9 Ways Authors Can Use IFTTT Recipes To Be More Productive

by Shelley Hitz I love productivity tools and finding ways to accomplish more with less time. A tool I recently started using is IFTTT which stands for If This Then That. I have to admit when I first found out about IFTTT, I was confused. It didn’t make sense to me how it would be […]

How To Organize Your Non-fiction Book

by Nina Amir Organization can prove a challenging task for creative people whose desks often tend to be a jumble of papers, sticky notes and books and whose filing cabinets  contain more random acts of filing than anything else. (Their computer files are often just as disorganized.) I know I have this problem. When I […]

How To Use Gmail Canned Responses In Book Marketing

by Shelley Hitz Gmail has a simple, yet effective, feature authors can use when marketing their books. It is called “canned responses.” Canned responses allows you to save pre-written messages you can easily insert into your e-mails later. This can save you hours of time and make you more productive. How can authors use canned responses? […]

How To Implement Your Own Productivity Hour Of Power

by Kathleen Gage Opportunity for content creators has never been as great as it is today. Profit margins on information products are incredibly high, market reach beyond anything we’ve ever seen and new markets are emerging every day. That’s the great news. The bad news is this; with so many choices of what to do, […]

Evernote – A Productivity Tool for Authors, Writers, and Online Entrepreneurs: Create, Access, and Sync Your Content from Anywhere

by D’vorah Lansky, M.Ed. In today’s busy, digital, information age, where we have access to content, both on our computers and our mobile devices, it can be a challenge to keep track of all the notes and pieces of paper we use to jot down our thoughts. Enter Evernote, a software application you can download to […]