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Top 7 Blogging Mistakes Every Author Should Know with Lisa Siefert

Like with any endeavor, I usually learn things through trial and error. Even with countless articles on what to do and step by step instructions, sometimes you simply need to strike out and try something on your own. And that’s how blogging went for me. I’ve been blogging since 1996. First for my undergrad, then …
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Where an Author’s Time Can Go or Things I Learned in the Last 3 ½ Hours by K.D. Rose

I don’t always get caught up in information overload but at times I let myself because the info and the contacts are valuable resources. I’ve found that morning (my morning EST US) seems to be when everyone is at their springiest, postiest selves. So here’s what happened today and I hope you learn something new, …
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The Effective Book Publicist by Dora Machado

Part I of My Candid Interview with Freelance Publicist Mayra Calvani Are you thinking about employing a book publicist to promote your new release? Are you considering buying a book promotion package? Are you struggling to decide between multiple types of book promotion services? If you are one of the thousands of authors trying to …
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How To Build Your Author Profile Before You’re Published by S M Johnston

Today’s agents and publishers are looking for authors who also know how to promote themselves. While it’s not mandatory to have an online profile to get a publishing deal, it can go in your favor if you do. And once you are signed it’s expected that you will contribute to your publicity via social media. …