Marketing, Twitter, Self-Publishing and Exploring What If

sweetJane Friedman is a must-follow for Indie authors; her posts are always chock-full of great information. And if you’re serious about blogging, Heidi Cohen is the blogger to read. In this roundup of posts I loved this past week I discovered some sweet posts from a variety of bloggers, including some on self-publishing. I hope you enjoy them.

Marketing, Twitter, Self-Publishing and Exploring What If 

7 Step Marketing Framework – In this bost, Heidi Cohen discusses the seven step to successful marketing. They are: define your marketing goals, identify your audience, create the offer, develop your creative, choose your channel, test your marketing and determine your success metrics. To learn more, read this post. 

Jane Friedman wrote a great post this week about my favorite social media network, Twitter. Here is is: Does Twitter Make Sense for Most Writers? 

Are you happy being an Indie writer, or do you long for a publisher to represent you? This is an interesting post about this topic: Publishing: 7 Things Lessons Learned From My First Book Deal 

If you have a difficult time selecting a genre for your latest creative endeavor, take a look at this post by Harry R. Campion: Choosing a Genre for Your Self-Published Book 

I found this post by Rebel Brown this week and it really spoke to me. Take a look at it and let the question “what if” expand your imagination: The Innovation of What If?

 

Also see:

How to Curate Your Best Content

 

Social Media Tips for Writers (And Reluctant Marketers)

Social Media Just for WritersAbout the Author: Frances Caballo is a social media strategist, trainer,  and author of Social Media Just for Writers: The Best Online Marketing Tips for Selling Your Books and Blogging Just for Writers. Presently, she is the Social Media Editor for the Women’s National Book Association-SF Chapter and the Bay Area Independent Publishers Association. You can find her on FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterest, and Google+.

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