20-Minute Book Marketing Podcast: Jeffrey Marks on Selling Genre Novels Listen in as Jeffrey Marks, author of Intent to Sell: Marketing the Genre Novel, talks about the differences in marketing fiction versus nonfiction books.
Now here is a clever way to get people’s attention: Associate the popular TV series Game of Thrones with your solution to the social media blockades instituted by Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. In recent months, some of the biggest houses in the social media realm have quietly butted heads and blocked access between one another. […]
Here are 10 social media tips inspired by the words of Dr. Seuss. The original (and longer) article was written by Laura Cunningham of GhostTweeting.com: What the Good Doctor Taught Us: 10 Unexpected Social Media Tips from Dr. Seuss. 1. Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive that […]
I am presenting a Golden Nugget Book Marketing seminar in Prescott, Arizona on Saturday, May 18th. I hope you can come. This full-day seminar features the 10 more important strategies for marketing your books and ebooks on the Internet and in the real world. The focus will be on all-you-need-to-know simple and inexpensive strategies for […]
Here are a few blog posts and articles I’ve come across during the past week on social media, book marketing, speaking, and search engine optimization. The Elephant in the Social Media Living Room …
When Amnar: The Awakening launched on Podiobooks.com, the only real promotion it received came from my blog and using Twitter (where I’m known as TheCharmQuark). Two days later, it was the top most downloaded audiobook, and today it’s at No.2. This is very impressive as I’m going into negotiation with software and games developers and […]
Tips on Using Pinterest Visit the popular category to find interesting content. Tag your friends and interesting pinners with @friendname. Allow Google to index you. Search the pins generated by a website: http://pinterest.com/source/infographicaday.com. Use hashtags (#) to indicate topic (although the hashtags are no longer live links).
Missing Google Reader? Here are ten Google Reader alternatives: BlogLines, Feedly, FeedReader, Flipboard, Google Currents, News Blur, News Is Free, Pulse.Me, Taptu, Zite.