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Boost Your Book Marketing Opportunities 


Many book authors don’t want to face this question: Are you happy with your book sales during the past year? Take an honest look at your sales numbers—which is much better than ignoring them. Are there things you can do differently in the days ahead to sell books? 

http://terrywhalin.blogspot.com/2016/12/boost-your-book-marketing-opportunities.html

Prepare Now to Avoid Missed Opportunities

 

This week a couple of my Morgan Jamesauthors appeared on The Dr. Oz Show. This particular segment was filmed in October but aired this week. I was excited for these authors and set my DVR to record the show (since I rarely watch it).  I found their segment and watched it.
http://terrywhalin.blogspot.com/2016/12/prepare-now-to-avoid-missed.html

8 Ideas for Adding Additional Content to Your Blog


“Whenever I discuss the benefits of blogging, inevitably I hear grumbles and groans from the audience. It seems that many people resist blogging due to the fear that it will take a lot of time. While it’s true that blogging can be time consuming, there are ways to make it easier.”
http://nonfictionauthorsassociation.com/8-ideas-for-adding-additional-content-to-your-blog/

20+ Ways To Grow Your Blog In 2017 – Part 1

This series aims to address tips and tricks on the omnipresent question bloggers ask? How do I grow my blog? Increasing traffic, increasing opt-ins– they all contribute toward building your reputation, authority and sales– and vice versa. The more people link to you and post about you (your reputation and authority) and the more people trust you (your sales and reviews), the more growth you get for your blog.

It’s a happy cycle that you should keep moving. Get lazy and the cycle stops

  http://blogelina.com/20-ways-to-grow-your-blog-2017-part-1/

The Ultimate List Of SEO Tips For A Successful WordPress Blog 

Have you developed your business website in WordPress? This is a step in the right direction to set you up for success in the competitive online marketing world
http://blogelina.com/ultimate-seo-checklist-for-wordpress-website-to-be-followed/

Watch “How to Add Navigation to a Smashwords Ebook” on YouTube #howtoebook

https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=HwZiXUYkUpQ

How To Find Long Tail Keywords Using Google Keyword Planner Tool 

How To Find Long Tail Keywords Using Google Keyword Planner Tool

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Ranking high in search engine for popular keywords is very hard task. However using google keyword planner to do a long tail keywords research can rank you high on google search and other search engines. Many blogger using this and also called google adwords keyword tool.
So, How to use long tail keywords finder for free? The best free keyword planner is …

http://www.onlinelivingblog.com/2016/12/how-to-find-long-tail-keywords-using-google-keyword-planner.html

Guest Post: The 10 Best tools for Bloggers and Freelance writers — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis: This is a guest post by Benjamin Chiang, an enthusiast of good advertising, deep thinking, labor issues, and chocolate. As a writer, his work has appeared on http://www.fivestarsandamoon.com, Yahoo, Vulcanpost.com among others. You can find him at http://www.rangosteen.com or follow him on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/brchiang The 10 Best tools for Bloggers and…

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1 Simple Marketing Tip to Boost the Reach of Author Facebook Pages #ammarketing

 – SelfPublishingAdvice.com –


 Facebook is a great way to stay in touch with family and friends. It can also be a wonderful resource for promoting and marketing your title.
http://selfpublishingadvice.org/1-simple-marketing-tip-to-boost-the-reach-of-author-facebook-pages/

Today’s Indie Authors Are Media Owners via @thebookdesigner #bookpromo #howtoebook

  Have you ever thought about the fact that you’re a media owner? It’s a weird thought, isn’t it?

Yet, it’s probably true. Yeah, probably.

Why the modifier? Well, not every author has a self-hosted blog and website. But if you have both, guess what? You’re definitely a media owner.

http://www.thebookdesigner.com/2016/12/todays-indie-authors-are-media-owners/