Today I welcome writer Susan L Urasky onto my blog, who shares her tips for gaining recognition as a new writer. Big thanks to Sue for being today’s guest poster, please make sure to check out her links and details at the end of this post.
It's Monday Marketing time, people! Today I thought I'd talk (more) about social media. Last year, I did a series on Social Media but I think discussing it specifically for Marketing is important. Not all social media is the same. Ones such as Twitter and Snapchat are fast-paced social media platforms. LinkedIn is more business-oriented, designed more for making professional connections. Instagram is obviously a more visual platform, whereas Facebook... well, Facebook has changed a lot. It used to be where everyone hung out (except me, I was a late (and grudging) comer to the platform). In fact, it's a shocker I'm even ON social media. I hate it, but it has its uses. Like Taxes.
Welcome back to another Monday Marketing post! Today’s post is about working out what “success” means to you. Everyone’s level of success is different and if you constantly use someone else’s definition of success rather than your own, that could cause problems.
I'm back with another Monday Marketing post, and today's topic is all about the Call To Action tactic and why we need to think more carefully about how to use them.
For today's Monday Marketing blog, I want to discuss using locations in your writing as a way of being creative in your marketing! 🙂 Is it shocking that I actually enjoy writing these Marketing posts? When I first started it was to help solidify my own marketing ideas as well as help others, as I know so many writers either hate marketing, don't know where to start or just try and avoid it. I wanted to show that there are lots of ways to market your book and they can actually be fun. So, depending on the type of stories you write, you may have opened yourself up to some interesting and creative options for marketing.
Time for another Monday Marketing post. Today's topic is about SWOT analysis. You may have heard this term as it's something connected with businesses. So why am I talking about it on a writing blog? Well, if you want to be a professional writer you have to accept that writing (in parts) is a business and should be treated as such.
It's Monday Marketing Time. For those who don't know, I've been running blog posts on Mondays discussing different methods for writers to market their books. Marketing is one of those areas many writers struggle with so I'm here to offer marketing ideas and suggestion. Today's Monday Marketing post is all about sharing a little something with your readers to help create connections and build that all-important fan base.
It's Monday so that means it's time for another Monday Marketing post. Today I want to discuss how not to talk to people. In a marketing sense, there are definitely some right and wrong ways to deal with people. A quick thanks to all those who sent supportive messages, following my last blog post. I am feeling better and I'm sorry I had to miss Friday's post.
Ready for another Monday Marketing post? Today I'm talking about something simple yet effective; using your email signature for your marketing. Not all marketing ideas have to be big. Sometimes the small, simple ones can be pretty effective.
It's Monday so you know what that means, I'm back with a new Monday Marketing post. We've all heard the advice that writers need to find their target audience. Those are the types of people who would most likely, enjoy our books.