Once you’ve scheduled or published your blog post, your work isn’t quite done! Remember to finish with these steps to broadcast your words to as many readers as possible! Grab that post link and share it! Begin with your Twitter,
Our thanks to editor Michelle Hutchinson of Wordhelper for this guest post. As writers, we’re all about words. But we shouldn’t forget that photos can help draw readers in. This is especially true for blog posts. If you want your
Thanks to author Molly Greene for this post: Did you know that how you format a blog post can influence whether or not you can hold your readers’ interest? Although great content should be the core of every post, the
Our thanks to freelance writer Stephen Jeske for this guest post. Obtaining some solid book reviews involves “learning the art of asking.” You’ve got to know the right people to ask and the best way to approach them. According to
Thanks to author Molly Greene for this guest post! As an author, your most important goal is to find readers who become fans and buy your books, right? Well, a good solid author’s website that showcases a great blog can
Getting more blog subscribers is always a hot topic on blogging forums and among social media coaches. Here are FIVE “Tried and True” tips — followed by several article links for more great author blogging tips from other subscriber-savvy bloggers!
Editorial calendars aren’t just for magazines. Increasingly, smart authors and bloggers are discovering the organizational advantages to mapping out a plan through the uncharted territory of their blogs. An editorial calendar can help fend off writers block, let you organize