Book Marketing, Social Media, Writing

5 Terrific Book Marketing Ideas to Use this Holiday Season

Book marketing during the holidays can be a stressful and exhausting thing, but it doesn't have to be. The holiday season is a great reason to get a little creative with book marketing and give back to your readers. There are many great ideas that allow you, as an author to get creative and still… Continue reading 5 Terrific Book Marketing Ideas to Use this Holiday Season

Book Marketing, Guest Post

Why Every Author Should Also Be An Affiliate Marketer

This is a guest post by Jesse Lakes, who is the CEO of Geniuslink - a technology that helps authors earn more with every link they create.   Affiliate marketing is a rapidly growing tactic that more and more creators and authors are using to reach their ideal audience and increase revenue. And with universal… Continue reading Why Every Author Should Also Be An Affiliate Marketer

Book Marketing, Twitter, Writing

Three Reasons Twitter is the Best Place for Authors to Be

With so many great social media platforms out there, it can be difficult to know which platforms can be beneficial to authors and which platforms authors can do without using. Twitter is one social media platform that can be phenomenal for authors, for several reasons. One of many great reasons that authors should think about… Continue reading Three Reasons Twitter is the Best Place for Authors to Be

Blogs, Book Marketing, Book Reviewing, Writing

13 Great Blog Post Ideas for Authors

Blogging can be a difficult thing to do without a steady stream of topics to write about. Even someone whose passion is writing can still struggle to come up with ideas for blog posts. There are many great ways authors can use their passion, inspiration, and even their writing to create blog posts though. Book… Continue reading 13 Great Blog Post Ideas for Authors

Book Marketing, Writing

Traditional vs Self-Publishing with Pagan Malcom

In this modern-day world of technology, everything is changing. People are ditching the 9 – 5 to build careers for themselves, consumers can get unlimited content with the click of a button, and us authors can choose to publish for ourselves. But it's still a heavily debated question— to traditionally publish, or to self-publish? There… Continue reading Traditional vs Self-Publishing with Pagan Malcom

Book Marketing, Twitter

Why #BookMarketingChat is the Best Twitter Chat for Authors

There are so many phenomenal Twitter chats out there, for many different subjects. Twitter chats aimed at authors are no different, there are chats for writing, and publishing. There are also chats on writing broken down by genre. By far the best Twitter chat for writers though, is Book Marketing Chat. There are quite a… Continue reading Why #BookMarketingChat is the Best Twitter Chat for Authors

Book Marketing, Marketing, Social Media, Writing

Why Authors Need to be Scheduling Their Social Media Networks and How an Assistant Can Help You Do That

Scheduling social media posts is something that surprisingly, many people do not know about. In my interactions, really the only people who have discovered how helpful this great tool can be are personal assistants who need it to save time and get more work done in less hours. Scheduling social media posts can help personal… Continue reading Why Authors Need to be Scheduling Their Social Media Networks and How an Assistant Can Help You Do That