It can take years to find, educate, and stimulate readers to buy your books or other products and services
Author Blogging 101: How to Create Foundation Posts for Your Blog discusses what makes a good foundation post, and lists a variety of possibilities for new bloggers
Author Blogging 101: The Holy Trinity of Abundant Blog Traffic explores the role that content, search, and social media play in attracting blog readers
9 Keys to Blogging Success from A-List Bloggers including Yaro Starak, Darren Rowse, Brian Clark, David Goins, Seth Godin, Glen Alssopp, Bamidele Onibalusi, Joanna Penn, Jon Morrow, Jonathan Fields
How I’m Going To Book My Blog—Going Long The author takes more steps to create a book from the contents of a blog archive, and does it in an unorthodox way
For nonfiction books, combine an attention-getting short title with a long, specific and keyword-rich subtitle to achieve the best discoverability for your book. Your title will appeal to people browsing in bookstores or online, and your subtitle will flag search engine robots about the subjects in your book.
I’m on a campaign to bring some of the accumulated wisdom of copywriters and internet business to the world of author blogs. If you think about it, a nonfiction author with a book to sell is a perfect candidate for online business. If you can sell your book as both a printed book and a […]
I’ve been discussing over the last few weeks how nonfiction authors can learn to use keywords to bring more readers to their blogs or websites, or to other articles they write online. I learned most of the ideas about keywords and writing with an eye toward the search engines by writing for my blog. In […]