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Why I Love (And Hate) Digital Books

You would think that, working at a company called “Author Media,” all of the employees would be digital book fanatics, carrying around our Kindles all the time, everywhere. But that’s […]

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R.I.P. Google Reader: An Obituary

RIP Google Reader

Yesterday, Google Reader breathed its last breath. Many of us at Author Media used Google Reader for years in order to keep up with all of our favorite blogs. We […]

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Tweet Smarter with FollowerWonk

Twitter Bird Logo Twitter Questions

FollowerWonk is a powerful tool that can help authors tweet smarter. We explain what it does and why you should use it.

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How to Keep Your WordPress Site Secure From Hackers

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Every day, an army of evil computers are trying to hack into WordPress sites. Have you fallen victim? Here’s how to protect yourself.

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Review: WordPress 3.5 for Authors

WordPress 3.5

Wondering what the fuss is all about? We review WordPress 3.5 for authors.

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5 Ways Evernote Keeps Writers Writing

Evernote will make your life organized. Ever had a brilliant idea for a story and then forgotten about it? That’s a thing of the past.

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Will BookShout Change Everything For Readers? VIDEO

The reading experience has been a solo activity for thousands of years. Watch our interview with BookShout to see how that is changing.

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The New iPad Reviewed For Authors

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The New iPad is here and perfect for authors. We’ll tell you why.

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Will iBooks Alienate Your Readers? Our Author Review

The new iBooks is inventive, intuitive, and interactive. But it could also alienate your audience. Discover why in today’s blog post.

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Author Website Critique – Kathy Pooler

Kathy Pooler Website

We asked for one brave volunteer to be our first public author website audit. Find out what Kathy Pooler is doing wrong…and right!

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