If you are interested in improving your writing skills, attracting more subscribers to your blog, and sticking to resolutions about your publishing ventures, keep reading. These are some great posts.
- How Will You Be Useful in 2013?: In this post, Joel Friedlander takes about what it you need to do to build a successful Web presence.
- How to Become an Influential Writer in the Age of Author Rank: Written by Henneke, this post explores the traits of an influential writer in today’s world. Here are some of his suggestions: become a better writer, write crappy first drafts, and write inspirational conclusions.
- Try One Small Habit Change – Just For This Week: Did you make a resolution for 2013? Have you already forgotten what it was? This is a great post on how to commit to just one change for one week. This post is written by Steven Handel.
- 26 Essentials for Blogging Success: What You Need to Know: Do you hope to be more successful in your blogging this year? Social Media Examiner packs a great deal of information in this post.
About the Author: Frances Caballo is a social media trainer, blogger and author of Social Media Just for Writers: The Best Online Marketing Tips for Selling Your Books. She helps writers and businesses attain their social media marketing and public relations goals. Presently, she is the Social Media Editor for the Women’s National Book Association-SF Chapter and the Bay Area Independent Publishers Association. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+. Social Media Just for Writers is available on Amazon and at Copperfield’s Bookstore in Santa Rosa.
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“It’s the best and most informative resource on how to use the web, social media, and blogs for writers that I’ve seen in the marketplace. If they are beginners, they have everything they need to understand, build and use the web to promote their books, writing, and blogs, and those who are experienced will still find tips and resources that they will not have known about. It’s all there –in one book!!”
~~ Linda Joy Meyers, Writing Coach/Teacher/Memoir Guru