Self-Publishing: The Scenic Route by Eileen Goudge describes a traditionally published author’s transition to self-publishing for her latest book.
The Ultimate Guide to Twitter for Writers by Frances Caballo details everything a self-published writer needs to know to get started and successfully use Twitter.
6 Branding Tips for Writers and Authors by Nina Amir explains how to create your brand by determining how you want to be known, deciding what you’ll write, how to build your author platform and use your brand on social media and more.
Blogs for Self-Publishers, June 28 – July 4, 2014 including Lysa Grant, Chris Robley, Sandra Beckwith, Nina Amir and Belinda Pollard.
Blogs for Self-Publishers, June 14 – 20, 2014 including K.S. Brooks, Helen Sedwick, Lindsay Buroker, Anne R. Allen, Mick Roonsey
How to Make Sure You’re Not Wasting Time on Social Media by Frances Caballo explains how self-published authors can measure their effectiveness on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and other social media using metrics tools.
Do You Make These Online Marketing Mistakes? by Jason Kong describes online marketing mistakes self-published authors often make with their websites and social media accounts, and offers tips about how to correct these mistakes.
Facebook Ads: Should Indie Authors Buy Them? by Frances Caballo explains the recent changes to your Facebook news feed and what strategies you should use to gain the biggest impact for your Facebook ads.
Google+ Hangouts For Authors by Krizia explains why Hangouts are quickly becoming the marketing weapon of choice, that it just makes sense for authors to tap into that kind of promotional power during their book launch, and how to use Hangouts.
7 Things Your Fiction Fans Want to Hear You Say by Jason Kong explains the importance of earning loyal readers of your writing, how to engage them and how to maintain a connection with them.