In this podcast episode Chris interviews multiple genre author Sue Quinn about how to write for love and money. Also, they explore the process of shutting down Sue’s very popular Facebook and when to know when a group has outlived its purpose.
In this podcast episode, Chris and Dave Chesson dig into Amazon keywords–what are they, why do you need to know how to use them, and everything in between. You’ll want to take notes on this one.
You’ve labored to get that big online class ready to launch and now you’re trying to figure out how to get people to enroll. Besides the usual suspects of knowing and finding your audience, understanding which promotion strategies work the best, and putting together a launch plan and budget, there are four essential elements to put in place to guarantee your classes will overflow with students.
There’s a lot of chatter around author circles about using mobile applications and push notifications (text messages) to market books. I can feel the FOMO knocking at the door.
Have you ever thought about teaching an online class? Maybe you’ve got a nonfiction book that could use another revenue stream. Maybe you’re a fiction author who’s really successful with Facebook ads. But above all, you feel you have some knowledge others could benefit from, and maybe you could make a little green on the side.