If you’re using regular Chrome you are missing out. In this episode, we talk about 12 extensions to help make you a more productive, better writer.
Want to write a book in 2016? Great! But it will never happen unless you are realistic. Here’s how to set realistic writing goals for 2016.
Want to know what your readers like? That’s why the A/B Split Test was created. We’ll teach you how to create one using MailChimp.
Do you want to grow your traffic? We’ll show you how we grew our traffic by 323% in just 15 months.
Liz Curtis Higgs answers the question – “If you write two different kinds of books…do you need two different websites?” The answer may surprise you.
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.
Don’t waste your time online.
You are a writer. You should be writing.
Use these Chrome extensions to maximize your time online.
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.
Do you want to write? You need a writing schedule. We’ll help you create one in this post.
Ever wonder how the pro bloggers somehow manage to never miss a day of blogging? They schedule their posts. We’re going to show you how.
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.
We work hard to be productive at work. But what if productivity was found not in mixing business and pleasure but keeping them far apart?
If you are an author on Facebook, you have three email inboxes. What important messages are you not receiving?
Are you paralyzed by not knowing when the best time to send your tweet is? We have three tools that will help you tweet away happily.