So, I thought it was high time I did another Monday Marketing post! Now, no matter how much I say it, I'm still seeing new writers who claim they "don't need to market" or that they will "Market after publishing." But it's important so here are 7 reasons why you need to market your book before it's published.
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 …
It's Monday Marketing time people! On other news, I am finally fully back online. Woohoo. We are in our new home, still surrounded by more boxes than I'd like, but we're getting there.
New Monday, new Marketing article. So today I wanted to discuss why I personally think it's important for new writers to start and maintain a blog. Whether it's just a blog, or a blog on your Author Website, here are some reasons you might want to start one.
Are you ready for another Monday Marketing post? Good, because here it is! 🙂 Today I want to discuss that insidious habit we all have of comparing ourselves to others, specifically in regards to Marketing.
It's Monday Marketing time and today I thought I would do something different and discuss what NOT to do in Marketing.
When we hear the word "Invest" most of us think of money. But that's not the only way to invest in yourself.
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.