One of the best way to improve your writing is to learn from the best. Here are seven blogs that not only are good examples of excellent blogging but will also help you hone your craft and sell your books.
Scarcity makes your book valuable, Ubiquity makes it profitable. Learn how your book can be both for maximum results.
What really makes social networks different is not the features it is who uses them and what kind of authors thrive on that network.
There are two ways to add a hyperlink to a Wordpress post. I’ll teach you both.
Stop using google image search. Using those images is often illegal and they are not the best images anyway. Here are a dozen sites that are better and legal.
Learn what GDPR is, why Americans don’t need to worry about it, and why you may want to follow it anyway. TL;DR: The EU is not the government of the world and it can’t force Americans to do anything. But you should follow some of the regulations anyway.
You can blog your book ahead of time. You just need to do it the right way. Learn how to blog your book and what traps and pitfalls to avoid. Blogging can help you create a best seller. Here is everything you need to turn your blog posts into an amazing book.
On January 11th, 2018 Facebook announced massive changes to what content people will see. Here is a detailed analysis of the new Facebook changes and what they mean for authors
Publishers pressure novelists to build a platform. Many authors don’t question this. They see spending money on book marketing as part of the job. Here’s why that’s a mistake.
Most books don’t end up as audiobooks and I think this is a huge marketing mistake for the following reasons.