I spent weeks learning how to borrow social network's power.
First thing, you need to check out is my site that's strictly dedicated to selling tons of books. Between your website and our site, those should be your luxury homes. Now the first thing in the mornings, go to your own site and the book sales site and participate in one activity, or several to brand your name. Then, connect to twitter, and in 140 words, talk about what you just did on your site. Tell Twitter followers to… Continue
Added by martha tucker on July 16, 2009 at 11:30am —
They say that our senses such as sight, smell, touch and taste can evoke memories of our past. For example, what do you think of when you smell apple pie
? Breathe in deeply and smell the cinnamon, nutmeg and Granny Smith apples. What feeling or… Continue
Added by Tamera E Lawrence on July 16, 2009 at 8:58am —
Do you remember the first time you spent the night alone? Perhaps it was in a big home or maybe an apartment. Were you scared
? I think everyone has an unsettling feeling when they know they are alone. Suddenly, it’s as if you can hear every creak and groan of the home settling
and the wind sounds a bit more… Continue
Added by Tamera E Lawrence on July 16, 2009 at 8:49am —
See what Melinda Barrons thinks makes a great hero:
Added by Teri Thackston on July 15, 2009 at 6:51pm —
So what have I got to offer you in this weeks "Views, Reviews and Weird News?
Firstly my book is now available at Book Stores!
I've received some heartwarming views and reviews from readers and have some classic weird news to share.…
Added by Storyheart on July 15, 2009 at 4:33pm —
Internet marketing training can cover many different aspects of the Internet. And choosing which areas to start learning about can be an overwhelming task in itself.
Let’s simplify this process by planning a “learning” agenda:
• Social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn can be good places to start because, once understood, these do not need that many hours a week for effective Internet marketing.
Twitter appears to be the simplest with… Continue
Added by Phyllis Zimbler Miller on July 15, 2009 at 1:08pm —
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New Book Brings Focus on Contemporary Native Americans
“Poneasequa, The Goddess of the Waters is the coming of age story of a contemporary Wampanoag
Somerset, NJ June 29, 2009 – Native Americans are still here. Author Stephanie Duckworth-Elliott lets us know this in her debut Young Adult book, “Poneasequa, The Goddess of the Waters”. The story follows McKenzie Jones, a young girl who is not really into her culture, and her journey to becoming… Continue
Added by stephanie a. duckworth-elliott on July 15, 2009 at 7:13am —
We're starting work on an album, featuring some of the finest music you'll ever hear. We are also going to be showcasing music written by new composers, letting you hear their work for the very first time! The album should be released later this year or the beginning of 2010.
Stay tuned for further updates!
Ann B. Keller
The Keller Family… Continue
Added by Ann B. Keller on July 15, 2009 at 6:24am —
There's a great book, The New Rules of Marketing & PR, which was published a couple of years ago by Publishers Weekly. The author is David Meerman Scott. The traditonal way to marketing and PR is out the window, he says. He talks about things we are already doing on the net, but it sheds light on new things to do when you are a do-it-yourself PR and marketing person in addition to being a writer/author. Check it out.
Added by John Wayne Cargile on July 15, 2009 at 2:51am —
If we’re book authors and we want to sell more books – and who doesn’t – we need to use all the savvy of traditional marketers and Internet marketers to help sell our books.
In my opinion one of the most overlooked book promotion strategies is what I call “persuasive selling.” It’s putting yourself in the potential buyer’s mind.
In other words, instead of saying what you want to say about your book, you say what the potential buyer needs to hear to be motivated to buy your… Continue
Added by Phyllis Zimbler Miller on July 14, 2009 at 11:57pm —
In my book, Doug Arnott’s Lodge in Hilo is the best budget option on the Big Island. There is a gathering hall for friendly outdoor dining. Choices range from a 2-bedroom apartment with kitchen, a garden suite with a private bath, to a place to pitch your tent. The Lodge is walking distance to great tide pooling and a short hop into Hilo, a happening little burg on the upswing with a fun ethnic mix. Volcano National Park, the incredible Hamakua Coast,… Continue
Added by Linda Ballou on July 14, 2009 at 9:32pm —
Just uploaded episode #018 for Get Published Secrets.
It is about the publishing process and I go through explaining the publishing food chain.
Would love to hear your comments and thought.
Click here to watch the episode now:
Added by Dale Beaumont on July 14, 2009 at 7:51pm —
On today's "Book and a Chat
" my very special guest Susan Chodakiewitz. Writer, composer and producer, Susan is the founder of Booksicals Children´s Books- Encouraging the love of reading through the arts.
Through her company Booksicals she has created the Booksicals on Stage literacy program… Continue
Added by Storyheart on July 14, 2009 at 5:59pm —
Added by D Tyler Brown on July 14, 2009 at 12:07pm —
Ever wonder about virtual book tours and how certain online companies get started?
The tables are turned. I’m guest posting at The Book Faery Reviews
today to give you my experiences on virtual book tours and online book promotion.
I just found out this is going to be a monthly feature which I’m really excited about. If you’d… Continue
Added by Dorothy Thompson on July 14, 2009 at 11:49am —
If you’re interested in the story of gangster John Dillinger – this summer is the 75th anniversary of his death in Chicago – then you’ll be interested in the blog post about my hometown and my book, Terror at Wolf Lake and their connections to Dillinger http://booksandboys.blogspot.com
Max Elliot Anderson
Added by Max Elliot Anderson on July 14, 2009 at 7:30am —
The Sankofa Literary Society Review
is focused on the issues and lifestyles that define the avid American Reader -- what they read, what they want out of their careers, how they connect to each other, what motivates them and how they feel… Continue
Added by Ella D. Curry on July 14, 2009 at 6:37am —
Last night with some trepidation I signed off on the second proof for Killer Career. I'd found about ten minor mistakes in the first, so had asked for another. I'm sure others still escaped my wary eye, but there's a time when you have to let go of your babies and let them fend for… Continue
Added by Morgan Mandel on July 14, 2009 at 6:31am —
I thank and praise him for all he has and is doing for me.God has showed me that it doesnt matter what you have done or how far out you have gone like the prodical son, God is watching and waiting at the end of the road hoping that you will come home. The awsome thing is when you come back he asks no questions he just welcomes you in with open arms WHO WOULDNT SERVE A GOD LIKE THAT!!! He took me a nothing a alcoholic at 17,a drug user, and a woman that used men to replace the love that only GOD… Continue
Added by Minister Christy Lassiter on July 14, 2009 at 6:05am —
I've just added to members of this network to my friend network on Twitter. They just joined. Good to connect with you on Twitter as well.
In late January Bookmarket.com's Alexa rank was 169,421. On May 28, BookMarket.com's Alexa rank was 80,699. That 89,000 difference is due to my Twitter activity.
If you have not yet joined Twitter, do it today. And be sure to follow me there via… Continue
Added by John Kremer on July 14, 2009 at 2:00am —