Time for the nitty-gritty of Pinterest profiles! In this post, you’ll learn all the details of how to create a business profile and what a scheduler is and why you should be using one. This is the post you’ve been waiting for: The IKEA of Pinterest profile building!
Pinterest offers personal or business accounts. As an author, you will want to upgrade to a free business profile in order to utilize the tools Pinterest has set …
Author alert: if you’ve been looking for a social media edge, the search is over! Pinterest is a platform that can launch your content into orbit—and keep it there. It’s ideal to support the marketing of your book.
Think of Pinterest as a social search engine: it’s the search engine driven by people. This makes it powerful. I’ve spent the last two months intensely researching this platform in order to gain understanding and insight with an …
Discover the Colorado Authors’ Hall of Fame. Just launched, it’s ready to celebrate and honor the legacy of authors connected with Colorado.
And, it’s TIME and OVERDUE to formally celebrate and acknowledge the amazing literary talent that has been influenced by Colorado.
What authors, you might say or think? And how do they need to be connected? Good questions, here’s how:
Authors who have been born in Colorado;
Authors who lived at one time in Colorado;
Authors who came and …
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10 Ways to Move from So-So Author to Sought Out Author!
Start noodling. What do you want this year for you? For your authoring? For your publishing? This is the last year of this decade–that’s an OMG! How do you want to make your entrance? What about the exit … leading into the new decade? I know, I know, it’s another OMG … but this, dear author, is called planning.
What are your author and publishing expectations …
It’s that time of the year … you’ve just completed the Holidays; you have good intentions pouring from everything cell of your being; and then, January progresses to February. The diet ends; the New Year’s resolutions start to tank; and you are back doing the same thing as you’ve always done.
Here are four questions to ask yourself as your kick-start your authoring and publishing year:
Over the next three months, I will be at seven live events. Meeting hundreds, actually thousands of authors, but meeting new experts. Their expertise expands my learning and my connections. It benefits me professionally; it benefits me mentally; and it benefits my publishing clients. That’s a win-win-win.
There are six key options for author learning:
attend live publishing and book marketing related events;
attend online publishing and book marketing events;
become a DIYer and learn by the school of …
Oh yes … I’ve heard … you’ve heard … we have ALL heard about the author who starts up chatter in the book world. Out of the blue, one hits the bookselling lottery. A gazillion copies are sold. The media is all over the place. The buzz is, well, the buzz.
Authoring … what a journey. Highs and lows. Hopes and fears. Tears and joy. And a journey that requires perseverance. It’s the magic word that …
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Book publishing is complex. It can be confusing. And it’s not uncommon for authors to be hustle by publishing predators. To avoid the maze of potholes and pitfalls, AuthorYOU has …
Not a week goes by that I don’t get an email or a call from an author asking how to get an endorsement or a Foreword.
Here’s my response …
1. Who would be a magnet for your target audience?
2. Who would they recognize and has credibility?
3. Do you know who the “whos” are?
4. Do you know anyone who does?
5. What do you have to show them …