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.
It was surprising just how many writers informed me they almost never leave book reviews, even for Indie authors. I will discuss this more later on in the post. But with that in mind today's Monday Marketing post discusses the subject of Book Reviews, why you gotta have 'em and why you should give them …
Time for another Monday Marketing post! I've already covered a number of Marketing tips and advice, that can be found in my Marketing Section in the tutorial pages. But you can never have too many. So today's topic is all about Marketing Strategy.
Happy Monday everyone. You know what that means, it's time for another Monday Marketing 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 here's another Marketing post. Whether your self-published or traditionally published, some marketing is going to be your responsibility. There seem to be some strange ideas going around the writing community by those who are aiming to be published through a traditional publishing house, the main one being that they, the writer, will not have to do ANY marketing because the publisher will do it all. Hate to break it to you, if you think this, but that's not how it's done now. So, here are 9 things you need to know about Marketing.