Saturday, March 16, 2013

17 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

Access ALL Amazon websites with just ONE link:
By Clive Eaton @CliveEaton

With Twitter being limited to 140 characters per tweet, each character becomes precious, and if, as an author, you are trying to access a wide audience, it can create an issue as to where you focus your pitch. This is particularly problematic with Amazon. My novel is currently on nine different Amazon platforms - .com,, .fr, .it, .de, .ca, .es,, – each of which has a unique link for my book. Clearly .com and provide the biggest combined audience, but I also get sales from the other country platforms. Thankfully there is now a way around the problem of multiple links, namely -

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. Marketing Tips 4 Authors: Access ALL Amazon websites with just ONE link via @CliveEaton
  2. Strategies to help you trim a manuscript @lydia_sharp @Janice_Hardy
  3. The math of writing fast: @DeanWesleySmith RT @elizabethscraig
  4. Bookkeeping for writers: @bob_brooke RT @elizabethscraig
  5. The Top Five Reasons YA Boyfriends Who Stalk Are Not Sexy @eltheriault RT @janice_hardy
  6. Physical Attribute Entry: Hair @beccapuglisi
  7. “Side Effects” (deconstruction #4) – The Debatable First Plot Point via @StoryFix
  8. 5 Ways To Add Sparkle To Your Writing | Write to Done RT @janice_hardy
  9. How to Get More Content for Your Blog via @problogger
  10. 17 Writing & Marketing Blog Posts
  11. 12 Types of Language via Daily Writing Tips
  12. Editing Workshop Part 1: Do I Really Need an Edit? via Anita Mumm
  13. You Have Pacing Issues, My Friend. @LauraHoward78 RT @janice_hardy
  14. Facebook Planning To Hijack Twitter’s Hashtag!
  15. So, you wanna be a writer? Some practical advice that doesn’t mention adverbs… via Writers and Authors
  16. How to Be Inspired for True Success by Randy Brown
  17. Turning Off Your Inner Editor RT @janice_hardy

I’m always looking for great content to share. If you have a writing and/or marketing blog, or have a favorite that you visit often, please leave a link in the comment section. Thanks for stopping by.

Happy writing & running, Kathy

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