Book Marketing Tips for Pinterest, Guest Blogging and More – Digital Publishing Roundup

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The Future of Ink Digital Publishing RoundupWelcome to The Future of Ink’s weekly Digital Publishing Roundup. Every week, we read and share dozens of articles about digital publishing, self-publishing, book marketing, content marketing and news from the world of digital publishing. The links are shared on our Facebook pagePinterest boardTwitter, and the TFOI Google+ Community.

Realizing you may not be following us everywhere, we handpick 10 articles each week that will educate, entertain, and provoke you, as well as guide you in the growth of your online business with digital media and publishing.

This week, in the list below, we are featuring articles by Kimberley GrabasPenny Sansevieri, Carol TiceMJ BushShelley Hitz, BookBabyDarcy Schuller, Kathleen Gage, and two articles on digital publishing from Forbes.com.

Go ahead and vote on your favorite articles and share the links with your community of authors, writers and publishers. Since we’ve built the list on List.ly, you can also embed the list on your own related blog, as well.

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The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013

10 articles about digital publishing, writing, self-publishing and marketing your digital content. These are articles we've shared on our social networks during the past week and believe are worthy of your attention.

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  1. The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013 | 34 Strategic Ways You Can Use Pinterest to Market Your Book and Your Author Brand

    Pinterest is exploding! And with it, so too are the opportunities for authors to expand their reach and increase their book promotion and brand awareness. Now the third largest social network, Pinterest acts as a virtual pin board that helps you organize and share things you find on the web.

  2. The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013 | My Best Book Marketing Tip for Creating Maximum Buzz

    I recently put out a traditionally published print book - The Pocket Small Business Owner's Guide to Starting Your Business on a Shoestring . I did a lot of things to promote the book. I had a launch party. I wrote guest posts. I spoke at conferences and on podcasts.

  3. The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013 | Discovery: Another Buzzword We're Wrestling to Understand

    The publishing industry (and any industry for that matter) loves to throw out buzzwords. A few years ago it was "platform;" now it's Discovery. You can't read a single publishing blog without seeing that phrase and wondering: what is discovery, really? Well, unlike platform which was a tad bit nebulous, the term discovery is pretty obvious.

  4. The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013 | 4 Pillars of Strong Characters - Writingeekery

    Four cornerstones, and now four pillars? Yep. It takes a lot to build a strong character. The cornerstones are the baseline. They set the stage. But the pillars are where the FUN is. Each pillar can align with a cornerstone, but that's not the only option. Just a handy one.

  5. The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013 | Networking Tips for Shy Authors

    When it comes to meeting writers, publishers, editors, and agents, social media can be a great way to introduce yourself, but the strongest connections are usually made in person. If you take your writing career seriously, at some point you're going to have to do something which makes many shy writers uncomfortable: network!

  6. The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013 | Digital Content Strategy: 7 Rules To Live By

    How to ensure your digital content strategy sets you up for success When it comes to crafting a digital content strategy for your business, think about these 7 rules. Rule #1: Focus on your Customer First Whether it's your digital content strategy or your business strategy, this rule should always be #1.

  7. The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013 | Five Reasons You Must Build an Opt In List

    The top post on The Future of Ink for the past week.

    by Kathleen Gage One of the most common questions I am asked by budding entrepreneurs is, "What's the best way to build my business and make great money?" Hands down, building an opt in list is one of the most important things you can do.

  8. The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013 | 650+ Places for Authors to Get Exposure for Their Books Through Guest Blogging

    Are you looking for ways to get exposure for your books? One effective way is to be a guest on another person's blog. You can organize a blog tour or simply be featured on one blog at a time. Here are some places you can research and contact if you are interested in being featured on their site.

  9. The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013 | Inside Forbes: Digital Audiences Crave The Power And Purpose Of Magazine Storytelling

    When things go really right at FORBES, I often relive the moments they didn't. Like two years ago, when a burst of traffic to our best colleges list brought our site to its knees for a day (on the fly, we re-engineered critical pieces of our technology platform). Or when [...]

  10. The Future of Ink: Digital Publishing Roundup August 23 - 29, 2013 | Taking Another Look At Ebook Upstart Kobo

    When it comes to ebooks in the U.S., there are three companies you have to consider: Amazon, Apple and Barnes & Noble. I think it might be time to add a fourth to that list: Kobo. Yesterday, Kobo announced its next generation of e-reading devices -- both dedicated e-readers and tablets.

Did we miss a must-read article from the past week? Post a link in the comments and share it with the community!

Denise Wakeman
Denise Wakeman is an Online Business Strategist and Co-Founder of The Future of Ink. Denise is the host of the popular Hangout show Adventures In Visibility, focused on helping small businesses and online entrepreneurs optimize, leverage, and strategically use social marketing tools like HOAs to gain visibility, build credibility and make more money selling their products and services. Denise is passionate about Adventure travel and how it can inspire you to think bigger and go for what’s possible in your business and life.
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  1. Thanks for including my post in your roundup, Denise! And in excellent company, too! :)