Media expert and CEO Thomas Umstattd discusses blogging and how it is a natural outlet for writers looking to build their platform and their skill. He suggests that it's best to integrate your blog into your website rather than using a tool like WordPress. Check it out and learn why he recommends this approach.
In this recorded webinar, author and coach Nina Amir, teaches you how to write, publish, and promote a book on the Internet using blog technology. Blogging a book is the easiest and quickest way to write a book from scratch and promote it at the same time. Booking a blog offers you a way to repurpose your existing blog content into a book. Either way, a successful blog ensures a successful book. In this webinar you will learn:
• 4 Reasons all aspiring authors should blog
• What the difference is between blogging a book and booking a book
• How to blog a book and book a book
• 3 things you need for your blog to get discovered
• The elements a blog needs if it is to become a book
As part of our continuing series of Marketing for DeadBroke Writers webinars, Joel Scott will focus on blogging. The webinar will cover
• The tools you need to start an effective, regular blog
• Integrating your blog with the rest of your media campaign
• How much and how often to post your blog
• Guest blogging
• Finding topics that will help sell your books
Blogging is an amazing tool for authors and most authors understand or can learn the basics of writing a good blog. But what about monetizing a blog so you can generate revenue from it? Author and successful blogger, Michele Hollow, talks about how she creates value for advertisers on her blog and therefore can create revenue by selling ad space. She also shares her own considerations for how to include ads in a tasteful way that doesn't turn off her readers.
Chuck Sambuchino, freelance editor and author of "Guide to Literary Agents" Blog shares his thoughts on guest blogging and explains why it is such a great opportunity and offers tips on how to implement a guest blogging effort.
Jay Ehret, founder of The Marketing Spot, shares his thoughts on where to start with your marketing effort. He suggests that before you jump into blogging or some other effort, you should solidify your brand definition.