Saturday, May 24, 2014

Saturday's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Kimberley Grabas

Why is it that your book marketing is falling short?

You’re trying to implement as many of the tricks and tips that the ‘experts’ recommend, but few of your marketing tactics are gaining traction.

Sure, you haven’t tried EVERYTHING yet, but you’ve tried enough to move the needle at least a smidge, right?

There’s no question that building a strong platform takes time, and gaining momentum–even with a sound marketing plan–requires the patience of a saint.

But something just isn’t jiving.

You’re Building Your Platform on Sandy Soil

. . .

Read the full article HERE!


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. Fiction University: 14 Questions to Ask Before You Self Publish
  2. Series—Keeping Things Fresh Without Alarming Readers | Elizabeth Spann Craig
  3. Top Ten Ways To Improve Your Facebook Reach
  4. What are the 10 Secret Benefits of Blogging?
  5. Social Media - Which Social Networks Deliver the Most Engaged Users? : MarketingProfs Article
  6. Career Management - Eye-Tracking Study: How Recruiters View Resumes : MarketingProfs Article
  7. Let's Talk About Selfies
  8. 9 Social Media Marketing Tips from Top Enterprise Experts | Social Media Today
  9. Are You a Lone Ranger Writer? - Rachelle Gardner
  10. The fairy tales you loved as a child might help you create your own unforgettable stories:
  11. Teaching Sells: How to Gain Trust and the Sale by Teaching | Social Media Examiner
  12. 2 Must-Dos to Make Your Book Marketing Infinitely Easier | Your Writer Platform
  13. Organic Reach On Facebook Has Dropped Rather Than Complaining About It Follow These New Rules ~
  14. The Creative Penn Blog: Helping you write, publish and market your book | The Creative Penn
  15. The Road to Nowhere: One Writer's Journey Toward Craft -
  16. Get Your Novel Noticed with a Power-Packed Title - Helping Writers Become Authors
  17. Fiction University: Oh, That's Subtle: The Little Things Holding a Story Back
  18. Craft of Writing: Why I Read Reviews... Even the Soul-Crushing Ones by Gwendolyn Heasley
  19. Writers, You Need Stop Doing It All On Your Own
  20. Fiction University: Oh, Now I Made it Worse: When Editing Goes Astray
Happy writing and running, Kathy

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