We want to sell more books, either existing books or books we are now developing. Maybe improving your author website will help.
Author Blogging 101: What’s Stopping You? Looks at some of the excuses authors make instead of starting their blog and how to overcome the negative mental attitudes
Your Guide to 11 Kinds of WordPress Blog Pages explains the variety of pages you can create and the uses for each type.
Adding Google Analytics Tracking Code to Wordpress by Tracy R. Atkins shows in a step by step process how to add tracking code to your author blog
Blogs for Self-Publishers for December 11 – 17, 2011 including Joanna Penn, David Gaughran, Skellie, Beverley Kendall, and Jennie Coughlin
Blogs for Self-Publishers for April 24 – 30, 2011 including Liz Alexander, Tony Eldridge, G. Hugh Bodell, Mark Barrett and Joanna Penn
Your 10 Step Plan for Becoming a Twitter Star, getting comfortable on the micro-blogging site, and using Twitter to find and engage with your community.
Although Authors should have blogs to help form community and support their marketing, it’s not always the best idea to blog works in progress. Here are five reasons authors should think twice about what material they blog about, and what they might keep private.
Today I’m following up on my earlier post about how authors can use keywords to help them both find readers and market their books. Instead of my hypothetical pizza book self-publisher, I’m going to use real examples from my blog to illustrate how you can get started using these long-tail, search-oriented marketing techniques. I know […]