If your author website doesn’t show in Google’s search results, make sure you’ve removed these website speed bumps.
Learn how to improve your website’s SEO so readers can easily find you and buy your books.
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.
When you say your website on the radio can listeners find it? Can they spell it? The radio test is not just important for the radio. Anytime someone talks about your website you want to make sure the listener goes to the right site. Here are 7 tests to see if your website passes the radio test.
Ever wonder how authors add “Click to tweet” in their blog posts? We’ll show you how to use Click to Tweet and drive traffic to your blog.
Need a little extra help when it comes to Pinterest? We’ve found the Pinterest Cheat Sheet to image sizes. You are welcome.
Ever wonder what the secret to an excellent blog is? Thomas Umstattd shares the 12 secrets of excellent blogs in this video.
There’s no such thing as the perfect website. That includes ours. There’s always room for improvement. Always.
That’s right. You have permission to get on Pinterest. Every author should be on Pinterest and you are no exception. Here’s why.
Know your audience. It sounds so simple. We’ll show you how best-selling author John Locke used this principle and became a success.
So your publisher says you need to grow your platform. You need to be able to communicate with and listen to more people in order to promote your book.
Here are 7 great ways that Facebook can help you do that.
Here are five things not to do with your author website.
This is a must read if you don’t yet have a website because these tips will save you a lot of heartache in the future.
If you already have a website read with caution.
Did you know that sharing a website on Facebook is as easy as one click? All you need to know is where to click. This post will teach you just that.
Whether you’re an author, speaker, or publisher, your goal is to sell more books and spread your message. But, how do you know if your message is really spreading? How do you track the success of your book marketing and platform-growth efforts?
There is an art to getting listed high in Google. Here are 8 things that can help improve your “Google points.”