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 Marketing time. And I thought today I'd talk about favicons! Mainly because I recently just learnt about them. So, have you ever considered using a Favicon as part of your branding?
It's Monday, you know what that means, I'm back with another Monday Marketing(ish) post. Today I want to talk about a program that can help make things so much easier for you. I'm a big fan of anything that can make a process more streamlined and efficient.
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.
It's another Monday Marketing post, the day when I lay out ideas and suggestions for the best way to market yourself and your books. Today I discuss some reasons why you should be cultivating an online presence (even before your book is finished!)
If I asked you who your book was aimed at, could you tell me? These may not seem important to some writers, but I can tell you that knowing your audience is extremely important. Knowing who is your audience is needed for things like choosing a Beta Reader or asking for ARC (Advance Reader Copy) reviews not to mention when it comes to actually sell your published book.
If you read my recent post 9 Important things new writers should be doing now then you'll know one of the things I suggested was building your brand. This is something that needs to be done pretty early on.