Thursday, June 20, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Jeff Goins @jeffgoins

The world is full of people who want to be heard. But how many are actually saying something?

The Internet is crowded with those who are conversing, but who is creating stuff worth our time?

For years, I blogged in vain attempts at achieving popularity. I wanted people to like me and marvel at the profundity of my words. And I failed. It wasn’t until I built a resource of content that people took notice.

If you want to earn the attention your work deserves, you will have to prove you have something to say. That you’ve got something we can’t miss. And how do you do that? You build something.


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. What the Web Needs (from You) via @jeffgoins
  2. More Answers to Questions About Capitalization
  3. Why Good Marketing Spreads on the Internet via @itsjessicann RT @cnord2
  4. The 7 Basic Plots: Bonus Plots! via @write_practice
  5. Notes From Tabor Lane: Today's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts
  6. Getting the Most out of Smashwords
  7. Scene Breaks In Ebooks: Giving Readers A Clue
  8. How To Secure Your WordPress Site Against Hackers: @lifehackorg RT @elizabethscraig
  9. Working Backward to Flesh Out Your Plot via @janice_hardy
  10. One In Four People Worldwide Use Social Media [STUDY]
  11. How frequently should writers blog? @problogger RT @elizabethscraig
  12. 3 Problems of Parallel Structure via Daily Writing Tips
  13. How Self-Published Books Are Made: Start To Finish (PART I)
  14. The Newcomers Guide To Twitter Part 6: How To Write Great Tweets #New2Twitter
  15. The Ten Comandments of Query Letters
  16. Dos and Don’ts for a Good Self-Published PR Experience
  17. How To Make a Book Cover with Public Domain Images
  18. Save Time In Getting Book Reviews And Formatting Book Sales Descriptions With Jim Kukral via @thecreativepenn 

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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