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Useful for inspiration, but hit the link to the main article to see why you shouldn't follow the formula too slavishly.
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The Secret Sauce for Indie Publishers: Attitude by Nina Amir describes the four elements of successful author attitude and how to change your attitude to change your results as a writer.
Facebook Ads: Should Indie Authors Buy Them? by Frances Caballo explains the recent changes to your Facebook news feed and what strategies you should use to gain the biggest impact for your Facebook ads.
They cannot focus on one thing quite like the average person. Essentially, their stream of ideas is always running -- the tap does not shut off -- and, as a result, creative people show schizophrenic, borderline manic-depressive tendencies.
No writer's toolbox is complete without some handy excuses.
Apparently, my precuneus is very obnoxious.
We hope you find these FREE writing resources useful for the online marketing you do. Check back with us often to see what other writing freebies we’ve come up with lately.
Free is good.
Freelance writers: where do you find jobs online? Use this handy list to add some new options to your bookmarks folder.
Confession: For me, the scariest part of a writer’s conference is the cocktail party. There’s no structure....
Me, shy? Nah. Cheers!
What does it really take to build a writer platform? Learn the most important aspect to building your writer platform, and 101 quick ways to get started.
Wouldn't you like to give your book added appeal? Well, how about creating an audiobook to accompany it?
Keys to Understanding Amazon’s Algorithms by Penny Sansevieri examines the importance of keywords, titles, page optimization, and more
The Internet is a big place. Fortunately for you, I've done the work of scouring this mighty big world wide web to bring you this list of the best resources for writers. These are sites I refer to ...
Not a bad starter list.
Great and useful resources!
Carefully crafted writing is often invisible, the reverse sticks out like the Mutt's Nuts.
The companion piece to the Press Release Tutorial that should be somewhere in the vicinity of this post. If you can't see it the link's inside this article anyway
If you want to make money blogging, there are 10 ways to do so that you may want to consider. P.S. These are the non-sleazy ways to make a living online.
Not much that's earth-shattering here, really; but a good starting place. And the message about having permission to earn is a good one.
Here's how to craft website copy that converts readers into buyers.
You can adapt these thoughts to other types of freelance writing.
A complete guide with step-by-step instructions for efficient and expert content curation.
Have you ever struggled to pinpoint the target market for your freelance writing services? If so, I have a free tool that might help. I decided to overhaul my old target market worksheet, previously only available to those who purchased my Web Writer's Guide e-book which is no longer available. I'm releasing the updated version as a freebie. You'll be able to …
A style sheet is an easy way to manage consistency in a manuscript. Writer or editor, consider putting together a style sheet for every project.
Kindle changed the game for authors by allowing them to self-publish. Problem was, they still had to pay a 30% tax to Amazon and never knew who was buying their books.
Personally the most useful aspect of direct selling would be building that mailing list.
I may need this VERY SOON...
Mary Tod provides a practical outline.
Fair use allows you to use someone’s copyrighted work without permission. However, invoking fair use is not a straightforward matter.
An excellent guide by attorney Brad Frazer
If you've got some serious spare time, make yourself a favicon. A great writing procrastinator.