How To Set Writing Goals For The New Year In Six Easy Steps

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If you’re like many people around the world, you’ve likely set some goals for 2015.  In the middle of thinking about all of your other goals, don’t forget to set some writing goals so that at the end of the year, you don’t find yourself wishing you had done more.

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Where To Find Hundreds Of Publicity Leads (All For Free)

Where To Find Hundreds Of Publicity Leads (All For Free)

by Joan Stewart Wanted: A publisher to discuss how much Theresa Giudice from “Real Housewives of New Jersey” might earn with a book detailing her jail time. Wanted: Experts to talk about the ways in which your birth month affects your emotion or mood. Wanted: Books by and about key female influencers across a wide […]

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7 Secrets To Podcasting Success

7 Secrets To Podcasting Success

By Doug Foresta and D’vorah Lansky Podcasting is a powerful way for authors to get your message out into the world in a bigger way, but it may be one of the least understood mediums, compared to blogging or video. We’ve found that many people have shied away from podcasting thinking it was too technically […]

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How To Use Your Creativity To Fuel Website Conversion

How To Use Your Creativity To Fuel Website Conversion

by Frances Caballo In December, I read a post on the Marking Land blog titled 5 Ways To Embrace Your Inner Marketing Technologist.  The post was about how marketers can embrace technology, but I, of course, immediately began to think about authors and Indie authors in particular and how we could embrace social media. I’ve […]

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How To Use SMART Goals To Get Your Book Done

How To Use S.M.A.R.T. Goals To Get Your Book Done

Kristen Eckstein You’ve probably heard this acronym before: SMART. When applied to your book goals, the letters represent the characteristics of goals you will actually reach. They are specific, measurable, actionable, realistic and timely. Specific The more specific your goals are, the better. Whenever possible, answer the questions who, what, when, where, why, and how […]

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