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Blogger.com recently changed the interface on my blog. It is something all tech companies do every few years, really for no other reason than to freshen things up. But every single time some portal changes its look or relocates things or discards certain functions, it upsets me. It is an unnecessary change in a time where stability and familiarity are needed. The last thing I need is for my blog to play hide-and-ho-seek with me. But this experience left me wondering about change and why we so often struggle with it.
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This post is based on episode 82 of the ProBlogger podcast.
Finding time to blog when you’re already juggling work, family and other commitments is one of the most common challenges bloggers face – including me.
So this week I want to share eight tips and strategies you can use to make the most of your time.
We know that the price of a discount has a huge impact on the click and sales rates for Featured Deals — but what about for BookBub Ad campaigns? Should you always include a price in your ad image? Which deal prices drive the most clicks?
We analyzed over 1,000 recent ad campaigns for both ebooks and audiobooks to see how including a price in the ad image affected the ad’s results. As you might expect, ads promoting books at lower prices tended to have higher click-through rates (CTRs), but some of our other findings were more surprising. We hope this data will help you decide which elements to include in your ad images, no matter the prices of the books you’re promoting!
This blog post is based on episode 35 of the ProBlogger podcast.
With so many websites out there all competing for people’s attention, you need to try to grab people’s attention quickly and keep it for as long as possible.
But how exactly do you do that? Well, here are 15 ways to keep readers on your blog that you might want to try.
If you’re on the lookout for free resources on writing and publishing, YouTube has a treasure trove of helpful advice from successful, experienced authors. Many of them have generously shared craft tips, insights on the publishing process, and advice on book marketing.
Since there are so many fantastic YouTube channels to choose from, we gathered a list of accessible and informative author channels. We featured one video from each author as an example of what they have to offer on their channel.
In this compilation, you’ll find tips from traditional, hybrid, and self-published authors on craft, productivity, literary agents, book deals, readership building, publicity strategies, and more. The selected authors use lessons learned from their own mistakes and triumphs in the publishing world to present actionable strategies for achieving your own writing goals. We hope these videos give you plenty of inspiration and guidance!
By Nate Hoffelder Authors need to be prepared to be either the guest or the host of a livestream event, and if you have never done that before, here are a few tips to get you started.
Adding an Instagram widget to your blog is a great way to increase engagement and grow your blog. Here’s how to add an Instagram feed in WordPress.
This post is based on episode 61 of the ProBlogger podcast.
Last week I talked about building a community around your blog, and how it can benefit you as much as it can your readers. Well, this week I’m going to give you seven practical tips and strategies on how you can go about building that community.
But before I do, I need to clarify a couple of things.
Firstly, what I’m talking about today is more than just engagement. Don’t get me wrong. I still think you need engagement on your blog. But ultimately I’m after more than just comments, likes, shares and votes. I want to give my readers a sense of belonging and ownership, and for them to practically embody and live out the blog’s values with one another.
Secondly, you can’t just set up your community and then watch it from a distance. You need to be a part of it. In fact, I would go so far as to say you need to be the community you want to have. You need to be there from the word go to shape your community and define its values, its tone, and what is and isn’t acceptable.
Besides, if you don’t want to be part of your own community, why would anyone else?
Okay, now let’s get into what you can do to start building your community.
Many authors don’t know that Kindle keywords aren’t something you should set and forget. In fact, there are tactics you can use to increase your sales that involve changing your Kindle keywords.