Brinda Berry · Marketing/Promotion · tools · Uncategorized

Brinda Monkeys Around with MailChimp

Mailchimp is an email marketing software many authors use. For several years now, I’ve used the online program to send out my blog posts. I can automatically email my blog subscribers according to a schedule I select. I also can see how many readers open the email as well as click on a link within… Continue reading Brinda Monkeys Around with MailChimp

conference · Marketing/Promotion · Sandra Jones

The First Time at RT with Sandra Jones

I’ve only ever dreamed about going to a big writing conference or convention until this past month. Let’s face it, attending Nationals or the RT Booklovers’ Convention is a big investment, especially for new or pre-published authors. I’ve been waiting for years for one of these events to come close enough to home so that I could… Continue reading The First Time at RT with Sandra Jones

Maggie Wells · Margaret Ethridge · Marketing/Promotion

Thinking inside the box when it comes to promo

  Writing can be a lonely job. We spend a lot of times in our heads, listening to people who don’t really exist, and hurdling obstacles in single-minded pursuit of that happily ever after. Then, when the writing is done, we not only have to send our baby out into the world, but shout from… Continue reading Thinking inside the box when it comes to promo

Marketing/Promotion · Voirey Linger

10 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Twitter Presence

Voirey Linger We hear it all the time. To get ahead in the publishing business, you need to network, and one of the hottest places for industry networking is Twitter. It’s a real-time online cocktail party, where you can join conversations, eavesdrop on agents, get siwh lists from editors, and of course, promote. But there… Continue reading 10 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Twitter Presence