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If you have a great resource that I decide to use, I’ll write a blog entry and offer it to my audience. It may even make one of my books.
You’re ready to attend your first convention. What show do you pick? As you search through the interwebs of connectivity, you find a plethora of shows. At first, you thought there could only be a few in the area. You realize there are ten, twenty, thirty… well over one-hundred shows
Are you interested in selling books at a convention? You see crowds lining up at the doors, ready to spend money on everything and anything they can get their hands on. You feel like this is a slam dunk. You’d be wrong. The Illusion of Convention Success Many authors go
Allow me to burn this into your mind and mine. I talk a lot about building relationships. This post is no different. Anything you do on social media should focus on building relationships with your audience. Twitter provides several tools to help us build relationships. These tools are easy to
In my time immersing myself into the twitterverse while my brain tricks me into thinking this world is a fiction, I have run into some common themes among writers. Writers, more often than not, do the following expecting them to be effective ways to market on Twitter. Here are 3