Learn how turning your podcast content into a blog post can benefit you, your readers, and your website, and discover tools to help you get it done.
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Find out what to write in your first emails to new subscribers so they’re thrilled to read your emails and reluctant to unsubscribe.
Learn five steps to creating a compelling pitch that will pique the interest of publishers, agents, editors and readers.
Don’t shy away from a potentially hostile interview. Instead, follow these tips to give the journalist what you want them to publish.
Find out how a powerful marketing tool of loss aversion can be an ally for authors and not an enemy of sales.
Learn the innovative and old-fashioned ways successful authors market a children’s book to kids, parents, teachers, and librarians.
Learn how geopolitics affect supply chain issues for authors and how to continue writing amid political or economic disruptions.
Find out how authors use ChatGPT, Midjourney, and other AI tools to create book covers, characters, and plot ideas for their books.
Give yourself an edge over most authors by following these tips to look and sound professional on webinars, Zoom calls, and podcasts.
Bestselling author and marketing strategist Derek Doepker shares tips to help you get more book reviews before, during, or after your launch.
Learn which book launching techniques a debut YA author used to successfully crowdfund and launch her first novel.
The cold reality of being a writer is that some people will hate you and your writing. What do you do about those people?
Can you leave social media and still grow a platform from which to launch your books? Sandy Cooper has the answer in this interview.