“You don’t need to write a book to change the world with your ideas. A good blog post can reach more people in one month than the typical book reaches in a lifetime.” This my common refrain when I speak at writers conferences.
I had the chance to prove my theory this month. A post on my personal blog about courtship went viral to and sparked a nationwide discussion.
In this episode, we talk about a cold reality of being a writer: there will be people who end up hating you and what you write. They’ll post false reviews, stir up untrue controversy, and try to systematically take you down. So what do you do about these people?
Fresh out of ideas on how to help your writing take off? You’re in luck. We’ve compiled a list of 89 book marketing ideas that will change your life, build your brand, and sell your book.
We’ve compiled a list of the top Christian literary agents on Twitter. It’s time to get connected.
Pinterest gives you the opportunity of a large following that will quickly and easily. Learn how to use Pinterest to boost your platform.
Did you know that MyBookTable now comes with GoodReads integration? You can now show a books GoodRead’s reviews right on your book page. Show off the reviews you already have on GoodReads while leveraging your website traffic to get even more book reviews. Win Win!
Pages, or Fan Pages as some people call them, are one of the best ways to promote your book or cause on Facebook. They are much more flexible than groups and won’t dilute your profile with people you don’t know.
Here is how to create a page of your own.
If you are a writer, you need to start thinking about your book like it’s your business.
Need a little extra help when it comes to Pinterest? We’ve found the Pinterest Cheat Sheet to image sizes. You are welcome.
Book signings just got easier. Use Twitter to supercharge the event and bring your readers to you. We’ll tell you how.
Stuck in a Pinterest slump? We have seven free tools that will get you pinning like a pro in no time.
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.
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.