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In this show we talk about how to put your marketing on autopilot so you can focus on finishing your book.
What? You want to put your marketing on autopilot for an entire month? Why? So you can write? Well, I suppose if that’s the reason we’ll give you six ways you can keep your marketing firing strong without having to lift a pinky finger. We figure you’ll need all ten digits to craft that ground breaking novel.
We discuss the following six ways to put your marketing on autopilot:
- Autopilot Facebook
- Autopilot Twitter
- Setup an Email Auto-responder
- Get a Buddy
- Autopilot Blogging
- Autopilot Email Newsletter
For Author Media’s post for step by steps guides on how to setup autopilot marketing.
These are great tips. One drawback to e-mail autoreplies, though, is that if you subscribe to an e-mail loop (what we used to call a listserve), your autoreply will go back to the list server, which will then forward your away message to everyone on the loop. So it’s a good idea to either unsubscribe from your loops for the month, or use a separate e-mail address for them.
Loving these and learning much. One little issue. On several of these, James’ volume is loud and Thomas is low. I had to keep adjusting the volume depending on the speaker. I’m listening on pretty decent speakers.
A Future Client
Sorry about the audio issues. Part of the learning curve of a new podcast. Do you still hear the imbalance in the more recent episodes?
Nope. All fixed. Sounds great.