Why do you care about keyword research? Think about Facebook, Bookbub, and Amazon ads 😉
Look, you are an author, not a web developer. However, you still need to know how a good website shook look and behave because readers like to find you and your books to latch into. You want them to engage and stick around, right?
Content is not just about the book you write. Even if it is limited to 140 characters on Twitter or if it is a long blog post, you need to know how to reach your audience and engage.
Whether it be in elementary school when we wrote out first narrative essay or in college, we have likely all seen the traditional plot pyramid. However, have you seen the plot roller coaster? I ran across this and thought it was pretty cool. Fun to look at, of course, but also more detailed than the average representation of plotting.
I was astonished by some of this. Not that I believed that everyone was into reading books or anything, but this is scary. What do you think we can do as authors to help change this narrative?
We have all seen at least a little of how books and reading have moved to online in the past decade. So, what about libraries?
Ever feel like comparing the length of your books to some favorites? Well, don’t take it too harshly if you can’t match some of these enormous numbers.
Snapchat can be a really fun way to connect with friends and family, but have you ever looked at it from a marketing and networking perspective?