Soon, on Tuesday 5th of May, there is to be a Writers’ resources evening at Cambridge Writers, the group that I am a member of, so with this in mind, I thought I would do a little warm up, and type up some helpful website links for Writers, Bloggers and Book Worms. http://www.cambridgewriters.net/ I have been gathering the details of […]
Originally posted on Effrosyni's blog:
In the beginning of September I reached the eagerly awaited number of 10,000 Twitter followers. This important milestone was something I’d been expecting for months, since I’d been gaining new followers at a standard pace. Except for a short-lived dip in my performance that I mention at the very end of this post, I’d…
Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This post was inspired by the Writers’ Digest blog column 7 things I’ve learnt so far and written as a guest post for Fabulosity Reads. The column features various authors, who list 7 things they have learnt so far, regarding writing, editing, inspiration, promotion and marketing. Here are some of my favorite ones, along with my notes!…
Some useful marketing sites which I thought I’d share with you. Book Covers. Useful information about book covers. http://mmjayewrites.com/2014/11/21/time-saving-tips-for-using-stockphoto-sites-plus-casting-for-fate-accompli/ Authorama. Public domain free books: http://authorama.com/ Delicious is a free and easy tool to save, organize, and discover interesting links on the web: https://delicious.com Popular topic ideas for e-books: Wordtracker. Reveal high performing keywords: http://www.wordtracker.com/ Google keywords toolbox: http://www.googlekeywordtool.com/ Click bank […]
Today, I’ve decided to change the colour scheme on my blog a bit. I hope you like it, with that in mind here’s a share from the Fiverr blog, The Psychology of Colours in Marketing which I originally found on http://mmjayewrites.com/ Here’s the link: http://blog.fiverr.com/psychology-colors-marketing/?utm_source=nt_ct&utm_term=n516 Colour can have such a profound impact on us. So I hope you like my […]
Recently I joined in the Futurelearn Digital Marketing Course. Why you might ask? Well, I figure that any help that I can get to help me get my book published has to be worth investigating. And, I’m a bit of a perpetual student, I love learning! I’m no expert, in fact I’m a bit of a novice, but here are […]
Originally posted on Savvy Writers & e-Books online:
. It took me years until I finally engaged on LinkedIn. The main reason was, I assumed only business people, job searchers and hiring executives are on this platform. How wrong I was! It is a fantastic tool for writers to connect in many groups, posting and participating there, learning from their peers and to publish articles or blog posts. Only when I learned that almost 95 per cent of all editors and journalists are on LinkedIn, I finally got in full swing. . Via: PowerFormula for Linkedin Success . Wayne Breitbarth, successful author of the LINKEDIN BOOK: POWER FORMULA FOR LINKEDIN SUCCESS managed to get answers from over 900 LinkedIn users in a survey about their habits on this popular Social Media Networking site. The info graphic shown above is about his findings. . Aimed at the experienced business professional who is either skeptical about LinkedIn or looking for ways to more effectively use this cutting-edge tool, Wayne Breitbarth’s simple, user-friendly guide explains how to access the full power of LinkedIn—including advice on making lasting business connections, building a unique personal brand, and generating significant business opportunities. Get more of his valuable tips here: http://www.powerformula.net/blog/. Some of his advice: Filling out a summary of your LinkedIn profile is crucial if you want to pop up in search results. Blogging on LinkedIn: Use this new, free feature to get more exposure for your writing and your books. Developing a strategy…
Top tips to Market your Ebook online from Alana Munro The Author Who Supports.
Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
First of all, congratulations! You’re now a published author – and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Second, you’d be amazed how often I hear that question in LinkedIn’s author groups. With some 3,000 new books published every day, I have serious doubts that you can just sit back and wait for readers to stumble…
Reblogged from Catherine, Caffeinated. Great tips about running a Goodreads giveaway.