Join Jill Limber, author of the historical romance novel, Montana Morning (Boroughs Publishing Group), as she virtually tours the blogosphere March 5 – 23 2012 on her first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book!
Years ago, I passed on a tip to a client that she took to heart. I told her to send thank-you notes to her clients. I met her several years afterwards and she told me, “You know that tip you gave me to send thank-you notes?
Author Patrice-Anne Rutledge is a bestselling author, successful technology journalist, and online book promotion expert who has utilized online marketing techniques extensively to promote her books and writing career.
In last week's guest post, Nick Daws explained eight ways that authors can benefit from reviewing other books. Today he shares some terrific tips for writing effective book reviews. 7 Ways to Write Great Book Reviews by Nick Daws Book...
Many topics come up repeatedly in reader comments and e-mail messages to After Deadline. Unfortunately I'm not able to offer a direct response to each comment (truth be told, After Deadline is a sideline for me).
We write a lot of posts here about social media and the various networks and platforms that you can use and it can seem like a lot of information to take in so we wanted to share a list of the 100 definitive things that you needed to know about social media. These are all links to some of the best resources and guides on the web that have taken hours to write and are all by some of the best people in their respective fields. There is a lot to take in but if you took your time and studied every single post and understood all the tips you would be in a great place to go off and carry out your own social media marketing. You are never going to be able to take this all on board in one sitting but bookmark some of the posts as a reference and you can use the tips, tricks and tutorials as you go along. Here are the top 100 things that you need to know about social media…
I have a new book out—it’s a little over a week old now. And, in the midst of all of the promotion I’m doing, I’m also getting a lot of invitations, requests and propositions. So how should a busy author respond?