Go On the Road, Virtually, to Promote Your Book

by Connie Dunn Not too long ago, when you wrote a book and got a publisher, you would take a tour of bookstores and other venues that the publisher set up for you. Sounds nice, right? Well, number one those publishers are traditional publishers and they are harder … [Read More...]

Virtual Book Tour Tips to Boost Your Sales

(From D'vorah: In this article, Sara shares her insights and hands-on tips, based on her own virtual book tour. you'll want to take notes as these strategies can help you expand your reach and make the most of your own virtual book tour. To learn more about virtual book … [Read More...]

Using Images to Market Your Virtual Book Tour

by Marianne Soucy In this article about marketing your virtual book tour I will have my main focus on images. Images are a powerful way of getting your message across, especially combined with text; and images are being used more and more both on blogs and social … [Read More...]

Harness the Power of Amazon and Enhance Your Presence on Amazon by D’vorah Lansky

by D'vorah Lansky, M.Ed. One of the most powerful “secret weapons” for an author is Amazon’s Author Central page. Each author, with a published book, can set up their own page, which includes a myriad of marketing tools. In this article I’m going to share several … [Read More...]

12 Reasons to Host a Book Tour Without Leaving Home

by Janine L. Moore You have written a book that will entertain or inspire others. What’s next? How do you spread the word about it without breaking the bank? The Internet has made it possible to take your book on tour around the world without leaving home. On a … [Read More...]

How to Land Guest Posts on Huge Blogs (in Five Straightforward Steps) by Ali Luke

by Ali Luke One of the best ways to promote your non-fiction book is by guest posting: writing content for other people’s blogs. Whatever stage you’re at with your book (even if it’s currently just a back-of-an-envelope plan), you can try out guest posting. You don’t … [Read More...]

What Do You Blog About? Blogging Tips and Show and Tell Time!

by D'vorah Lansky Blogging is a wonderful way to share your thoughts, share knowledge, and engage in conversations with your audience. As part of today's blog post, I'd like to invite you to share a link to your blog! Tell us what your blog is about and what you … [Read More...]

What Footprints Are You Leaving in the Sand?

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." -Winston Churchill Our lives are so busy, there is always so much going on. It seems though, that no matter how much time we spend working, there's always more to do. Well, then the inverse … [Read More...]

Build Your Readership by Blogging

by D'vorah Lansky Being that blogging has become so popular in our author community, and the fact that I've received dozens of requests to teach more about blogging AND the fact that we had 58 comments on last week's blog post, I thought you'd find it helpful if we … [Read More...]

Audio Postcard: Teaching by Telephone

Teaching on the topic of your book, not only generates more book sales, it can lead to people participating in your online courses or coaching programs. While live, in-person events are powerful and amazing, they require a lot of time and effort and most importantly, … [Read More...]

Share Your Writing and Editing Tips

As authors we love to write and we are often certain that we did a super job editing our work. Proofread and edit as we might, there are still times that we miss something. For the most part these errors are harmless, but occasionally they can be embarrassing or even … [Read More...]

Special Sales: The Buck Starts Here by Brian Jud

by Brian Jud The term special sales is commonly used to describe sales opportunities outside of bookstores. Also referred to as non-bookstore (or non-traditional) marketing, it can be a profitable source of new revenue. The best way to exploit this opportunity is … [Read More...]

Kick Procrastination’s Behind

by Mac Bogert "Something there is that doesn’t love a wall" begins Robert Frost’s “Mending Wall.” Something there is that doesn’t love accomplishment describes procrastination. Whether it’s getting in shape, losing weight, starting our tax returns, emptying the … [Read More...]

Productivity Challenge: Guest Expert – Becky Norwood – Increase Productivity with Evernote

Becky Norwood is a guest speaker for the 30-Day Productivity Challenge. If you have not yet registered... Click here for details. Session Title: Become More Productive with Evernote Session Description: This session is in harmony with keeping us productive. A … [Read More...]

5 Steps to Beat the “Yah-But” Syndrome by Pam Fitros

How many times have you thought you wanted to do something new or different only to pelt yourself with a volley of Yah-Buts? Yah-but I’m too… old young scared of failing scared of succeeding worried about what others would say short of time short of … [Read More...]

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