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Entrepreneur Interview: Pebbles Weitekamp, Little Teether
Tips for Advertising on Twitter and LinkedIn #bookmarketing
Dana A. Oliver, Author of Mantra Design - Innovate, Buy or Die!: Discover the Secrets for Profitable and
Teleseminar 8/9 w/ Linda Joy Myers @MemoirGuru w/ Tips & Strategies for #Writing a Great #Memoir. Join us!
It is imperative that you understand the legalities of #audiobook production to protect your investments.
Etiquette for Texting Your Business Clients by Simone Smith
If you enjoy teaching, then workshops and training classes may be a great option for you. Learn more: #bookpromotion
Information products attract new readers for your books & can be distributed as bonus items for event attendees.
Entrepreneur Interview: Herman Heller, Runbook International
Teleseminar 8/2 w/ Brian Jud on How to Handle Sales Negotiations for Bulk Book Purchases. Join us!
Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss, Authors of B.S., Incorporated
Entrepreneur Interview: Michael Hartofilis, Greenlight Energy
Entrepreneur Interview: Patrick Freuler, Audicus
Surprising Technologies that are changing the Way we do Business by Brooke Chaplan
Entrepreneur Interview: Scott Smith, Vectrum Graphics
Does your title have an emotional pull to it? What about an essential keyword or words? Judith Briles @JudithBriles
Teleseminar 8/2 w/ Brian Jud @bookmarketing on How to Handle Sales Negotiations for Bulk Book Purchases. Join us!
How to Turn Stale Managers Into Stars by Eileen McDargh
What You Can Learn from TED Speakers. (Content Must Be Captivating) #speaking
Finding the Agent Who’s Looking for You: 9 Ways to Find an Agent by Michael Larsen #literaryagent #bookpromotion
Using LinkedIn to Increase Visibility of Your Content by Madelyn Jade
Ordinary People, Extraordinary Risks by Bill Treasurer
Hold the rights to your #audiobook & distribute through & you are eligible to earn bounties.
Productivity Tip: Clean That Office!
Entrepreneur Interview: William H. Dockery, Aegis Power Systems, Inc.
Better Business: How to Make Significant Changes to Your Office Environment by Rachelle Wilber
Cyber Security: How To Keep Business Info Confidential by Kara Masterson
Paid Freelance Writing as an Author’s Additional Income. #freelance #writing
A fun way to generate some buzz online is to host a #contest. Here are some ideas on how to do that: #bookpromotion
Writing Light: Changing the World and Yourself at the Speed of Enlightenment by Michael Larsen #writing
4 Reasons Why an MBA Is Still the Gold Standard for Executives by Emma Sturgis
Be very clear in your general vision of your cover upfront, including things you don’t like. @OctagonLab
A Manager's Guide to Handling an Employee Death While a Claim is Still Open by Rachelle Wilber
13 Guesses About the Future of #Writing and #Publishing by Michael Larsen
Whenever possible, limit the title to a few short words; provide supporting details in the subtitle @Rogercparker
Sales & Mktg Info Section of a #BookProposal must prove that you have a salable book & that you're the right person to write & promote it.
Joe Pulizzi, Author of Content Inc.
Why consultants should under promise and over deliver
Entrepreneur Interview: Katie Fang, SchooLinks
Entrepreneur Interview: Leslie Pogue, Leslie Pogue, LLC
Entrepreneur Interview: Michelle Black, HOPE4USA
Become a Joiner: Trade Associations
Two ways #Authors benefit by Hosting Webinars and Teleseminars. #bookmarketing
Should I narrate my own book, or work with a narrator? Find out: #audiobook
Easy Ways to Jumpstart Online Lead Generation by Frank Paterno
Make your title a promise. Tell the readers why they should buy the book – what they’ll get out of reading it.
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