KEYWORDS: BOOK MARKETING This will probably be the most overlooked challenge of the series, but it is probably the most important when it comes to marketing your books. So before you move on, hear me out. Doing more focused … Read More
Video definitely grew up in 2016. It went from a media for a minority of tech savvy videographers to a place where anybody with a smartphone can have a daily broadcast. The popularity of Periscope and then Facebook Live cemented the ease of live video production. If you like talking with people, 2017 might be your year to get comfortable with video.
Yesterday I promised you a way to significantly cut down the amount of time you use marketing your books on social media. I know some of you are already there but for those of you who are not, here’s the secret: monitor your social media channels through notifications.
Busy authors are always on the lookout for ways to save time so they can spend more time on the more important task of writing. One of the biggest time sucks authors face is social media. And it isn’t because if takes so much time. It is because they are mixing personal and business social media. The only way to tame the beast is to separate your personal and business social media time.
Are you one of those people that loves to learn? You are constantly on the lookout for new information, better information. It’s in your DNA. There’s a well-known verse in the Bible that goes like this:
“Do not merely listen to the Word, but do what it says.”
It seems the quest for information is an age old practice. And what the writer is telling us is that we must listen and do. Learning something does not come by knowing, it comes by doing.