Your author brand is how your fans identify you.You might have an idea of your brand but how do you build it? Try these 5 ideas.
The most stressful thing for my clients is keeping track of passwords. Here is how to avoid that stress.
Ever wondered how you can create and edit posts in WordPress and just wanted someone to show you some pictures? Well, wonder no more! Picture Guide Login to your site at www.sitename.extension/wp-login (for example, www.samfagan.com/wp-login) On the left, click Posts: If you want to create a new post, click …
Some authors make more money on their websites than they do in royalties. Here is how they do it.
Here is a way to keep the most recent version of your book (and other documents) synced across multiple computers for free.
Facebook page titles are like a tattoos. They stay with you forever. Facebook is generally forgiving. They let you change your page if you make a mistake or change your mind. Except for one thing: the title of your fan page. So, this is the most important decision you make …
If you’ve been reading AuthorTechTips.com, you know the importance of having a successful web presence. Usually that means having a website. As writers, of course we’re writing the web content ourselves, but as with anything, writing web content is its own skill. Here’s how to make your Web content fit …
In this post author Renae Brumbaugh tells how her blog took her from unpublished stay at home mom to the published author of multiple books.
So you want to promote your blog on Facebook? Learn how to update your friends when you have new posts and make it easy for them to spread the word about your blog.
Just because you have a website doesn’t mean that it’s effective. Fortunately, there are easy ways to track if your website is helping to build your author platform.