Sunday, January 12, 2014

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Molly Greene

Lots of well-known publishing folks have already posted their 2014 industry predictions. Since I surfed around and read a bunch of them (while I was supposed to be writing) I thought I’d save you the time and the guilt and share what they’ve said – filtered, of course, through the lens of what I think is important.

We all know that the only constant is change, and 2014 won’t be an exception for authors. Much of what’s being said is similar (focus on readers and craft), but there are a couple of verrrry interesting comments I think may help us all on our quest for that pot of gold.

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. Blogging - Does the Length of Your Blog Post Matter? (You Bet It Does, But Why?)
  2. Journeying"We need to keep our eye on the prize to remind us what our heart longs for, to motivate us..."
  3. Authors – Are You Having Trouble Getting Your Works Published? – Here Are Some Ideas to Help | Life Of Es
  4. 10 Top Pinterest Tips For Your Business
  5. A Switch from Writing Standalones to Continuing Story Arcs | Elizabeth Spann Craig
  6. 10 Tips That Will Help You Stick To Your New Year’s Writing Resolutions - Writer's Relief, Inc.
  7. Let’s Parse The 2014 Publishing Predictions | Molly Greene: Writer
  8. Branding 101: Do You Have a Tagline? | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author
  9. How to Write a Tagline for Your Book (And Why You Need To) |   
  10. Abstruse vs. Obtuse "What’s the difference between abstruse and obtuse?"
  11. 28 Amazing Content Marketing Ideas You Can Use Now - Heidi Cohen
  12. How To Boost LinkedIn Engagement [INFOGRAPHIC] ~ Digital Information World
  13. How Authors Can Reach Readers in the Age of the Algorithm | Self-Publishing Advice
  14. 9 Ways to Get More Twitter Followers (Ethically)
Happy writing and running, Kathy

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