The Hub and Outpost Method of Social Media Marketing describes a rational way to organize yourself for book marketing online
Blogs for Self-Publishers for November 27 – December 3, 2011 including Robert Francis, Sean Platt, Chris Brogan, Seth Godin and Alan Rinzler
Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies Issue #11 including Giuseppe Graneiri, Chris Brogan and Jeff Bennington
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 […]
I seem to be getting more and more of my emails bouncing back with vacation autoresponder messages, are you? It’s a sure sign August is here and it’s time to make the most of summer holidays. But on the way out of the house, grab something to read this week’s articles, you’ll be glad you […]
Author Branding: The You That Is Everywhere looks into personal branding in the age of Web 2.0 and how authors can use branding to their advantage, including quotes from Tom Peters, Chris Brogan, Seth Godin and others.
Amazon Kindle vs. Apple iPad: Could Chris Brogan Be Wrong? Both Apple and Amazon are fighting for supremacy. Which will win? At least self-publishers can be grateful they have access to distribution at last.
This Week in the Self-Publishing Blogs, July 25 – 31, 2010 + Blog Notes including posts by Chris Brogan, Joe Konrath, Christy Pinheiro, Alan Rinzler and Hank Quense
This Week in the Self-Publishing Blogs, May 30 – June 5, 2010, with posts by Henry Baum, Chris Brogan, Victoria Mixon, Penny Sansevieri and Victoria Strauss, with topics ranging from the use of social media to best practices on Twitter, and copyright scams to avoid.