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Building Your Newsletter with Readers who love your novels with Victoria Pinder

Authors have heard for years that every author should have a newsletter and sure most authors might have one on your website. There might a thousand people who signed up for it or there might be five because let’s be honest, marketing the newsletter seemed like a lot of work. Time is money and it’s …
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5 Ways to Increase Your Online Presence as a Writer By Meg LaTorre

Thanks to the Internet and social media, we, as consumers, are constantly inundated with advertisements, opinions, and new platforms. There are so many people to follow, so many newsletters to sign up for, and so much information coursing through the veins of the digital world that writers often feel lost in it (and rightly so). …
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Why an author newsletter MUST be in your marketing arsenal by Jessie Clever

You’ve written a book. You’ve published the book on various platforms or had it published through a traditional outlet. And you watch your book spiral down into the abyss of the hundreds and thousands of books self-published everyday. What are you supposed to do? You may ramp up your social media presence. Perhaps you have …
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No Newsletter Content? No Problem by Mary Caelsto

Tap Into Your Purpose To Fuel Newsletters Your Readers Will Love When it comes to marketing, an author’s newsletter can be a huge asset…or a huge pain. I talk to authors about marketing and their platforms, and when I do, I always talk about list building. In the business community professionals understand that list building …