One of the first experiences you’ll have when you start your blog is publishing a post and then wondering if anyone is reading it. Especially at the beginning, author blogging can feel a little bit like “pouring from the empty into the void.” We all know that some of the best blogs are about the […]
Author Blogging 101: Presenting Your Content is an important part of attracting attention and making your blogging readable and approachable.
Author Blogging 101: 11 Reasons Your Blog Isn’t Working as well as it should be, from opt in forms to reader engagement, a list of actionable items
6 Compelling Reasons Why Authors Need to Blog, 4 things you need to get started blogging, and the benefits a blog can bring to an indie author
How to Make Your Blog Readers Into Rabid Fans by using these three simple action steps to lead them to more engagement.
It’s amazing how often this happens: I visit an author blog and, finding something interesting, I go looking for the “About” page. And when I get there, it’s a total disappointment. Typically there will be a couple of paragraphs of copy and a photo, but often there’s not even that. For some reason the Blogger.com […]
Writers’ Blogs: 5 Essentials for Engaging Your Readers including clarity on why you’re blogging, setting publication schedules, taking care of readers and more
7 Formats for Winning Blog Posts including an offer for Yaro Starak’s blog training course, Blog Mastermind
5 Reasons Authors Should Be Blogging Right Now. It takes time to build your brand and create a community of fans, so start now
In an earlier post I wrote about how nonfiction authors can begin to use keywords related to their book to attract readers. This article takes this information farther, into your author blog. I’m convinced that one of the very best things a nonfiction author can do is to start blogging as soon as she can. […]