The right endorsement for your book can make a huge impact on sales. Follow these five steps to get effective endorsements.
Five tips to help you write useful book reviews that will build credibility and connection with your readers.
While you wait for the next episode, check out these two resources for authors.
Learn how to avoid social media distractions, connect with qualified authors, and write better books with our new social network for authors.
Tricia Goyer explains how authors can connect with an enormous market of faithful readers in the homeschool community.
Learn how to make more time for writing by hiring an assistant. It may cost less than you think, and it will free you up to focus on your writing.
Learn how to talk about your book in a concise, compelling way that will interest publishing professionals and make readers want to buy.
One of the best ways to sell books is to speak in person at live events. Here are three steps to booking your first speaking gigs.
Joining a writers group will take your writing to a new level faster. But what do you do if there are no groups near you? You start one! It is easier than you think and we are here to help you along the way.
In this episode, we talk about connecting with anyone in the world that you want to. In the last two episodes, we talked about why Word of Mouth is not working and How to Make Word of Mouth Work for You by connecting with Mavens, Connectors, and Salespeople. But HOW do you meet these people?
In this episode, we talk about how you can make Word of Mouth work for you. Spoiler Alert: some people are more important to spreading your idea than others. Find out who those people are and how to reach them.