Ever feel like you are stuck in a tweeting rut? We’ve compiled 100 things for authors to tweet about…without sounding like an infomercial.
Book signings just got easier. Use Twitter to supercharge the event and bring your readers to you. We’ll tell you how.
Writer’s block hits at the worst time. Here are some things to blog about to get your creative juices flowing again.
Were you thinking about backing the MyBookTable plugin for WordPress? We have some very important news about the Kickstarter project.
Stuck in a Pinterest slump? We have seven free tools that will get you pinning like a pro in no time.
Caught off guard by Google Reader’s death sentence? Here are ways you can survive as an author.
We’re creating a WordPress Plugin to help authors sell more books and make affiliate money through sites likes Amazon and Barnes & Noble. We need your help.
Just when you thought had finally gotten used to Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg decided to change things up on you. We explain how you can make the jump.
Twitter isn’t going anywhere.
The sad thing is, most authors are ignoring it. They can’t afford to.
Here’s why you should use a hashtag for your next book.
In the age of the internet, it’s easy to want to compete globally. Just don’t forget the power of local.
Buying a new website can be tricky. We’ll tell you what questions you need to ask before handing over your money to a website company.
As an author, you can’t afford to ignore Google’s authorship program. We’ll tell you what you need to know about this new development.
Want to find out what’s going on in the world of Christian publishing? Read what the agents are talking about.
Feeling stuck on Facebook? Here are 3 simple ways to engage on your author Facebook page.