#MarketingMondays: Persistence is Everything

The Name of The Game is Persistence   This is a simple, simple concept. This isn’t a trick. It’s barely a tip. It’s more of a cautionary tale. You see, without persistence in all things, there will only be failure. As aspiring authors, you probably already know that seeing a project through to the end […]

#MarketingMondays: Word of Mouth Marketing

Word of Mouth “I just don’t know what to read next.” “Got a pen? I have plenty of suggestions!” That was a sample conversation I have had hundreds of times in my life. While I always have my go-to suggestions of much-beloved authors from years gone past, at least one or two newer titles or […]

#MarketingMondays: Say Yes!

  Hello readers! Today we welcome a guest writer to our Marketing Monday offering. Jennifer Irwin, author of A Dress of the Color of the Sky, current number one Book Idea, offers her thoughts on the power of saying ‘yes.’    “When I dropped my oldest son off at college, I attended his orientation. The […]

#MarketingMondays: Knowing Your Audience

    Happy Daylight Savings, American readers (except those of you who live in parts of Arizona, Hawaii, and the territories), and Monday to everyone else!  I have a degree in Public Relations, which means I spent the better part of four years learning one basic principle: You cannot succeed without knowing your audience. The […]

#MarketingMondays: Say Yes!

  Hello readers! Today we welcome a guest writer to our Marketing Monday offering. Jennifer Irwin, author of A Dress of the Color of the Sky, current number one Book Idea, offers her thoughts on the power of saying ‘yes.’    “When I dropped my oldest son off at college, I attended his orientation. The […]

#MarketingMondays: Exploring Pinterest

  Embrace All Tools If you spend any time online, you’ve probably heard of the marketing and idea-sharing sensation that is Pinterest. You probably know that it’s a popular place to pick up mason-jar salad ideas and workout tips, but did you know that Pinterest has over one million active users? In fact, according to […]

The Easiest Way to Get Votes: Part Eleven

  Well, if you guys have read through this series, you all definitely know how to bring in votes via Twitter. We’ve covered a ton in this series, and it’s time to wrap it up. Tweets are 140 characters after all, so keeping a blog series about Twitter somewhat concise is appropriate, right? To wrap […]

The Easiest Way to Get Votes: Part Ten

    At this point in our series, with this being the tenth installment, you guys definitely know how to use Twitter to bring in votes and to build and maintain profiles adequate for doing so. While the tips presented in this series definitely do work (as I have personally used them to bring in […]

The Easiest Way to Get Votes: Part Nine

  Now that we know about the importance of tweeting at the right time, let’s look at what can be done to make our tweets more interesting. What can we do to make it more likely for people to engage with us in response to our content?  Remember looking at books as a kid? How […]

The Easiest Way to Get Votes: Part Eight

    While one would think that logically our #MarketingMonday series dealing with bringing in votes via Twitter should now cover what sort of content should be shared in order to draw in interest, I believe that instead we should examine at which times and in what quantities one should share content. It’s so important, […]

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