This week (Feb. 23) I sat in on a Facebook Blueprint webinar and listened to Rick Mulready’s Q & A podcast and found out a couple important points of emphasis about Facebook ads I’d like to pass on.
Let’s talk about two tips every author can implement to fix information fatigue and spend more time writing.
One of the most common questions I get is, “how can I get more social media followers?” Although I feel the pain, gauging your social media success by your number of followers is focusing on the wrong outcome.
Since “best of” lists are making the rounds I thought I would add my two cents. But first let me qualify. There are many great lists out there for resources on writing books. This is not one of them. There are also many good marketing tips and tricks resources out there for doing stuff like getting better at Snapchat. This is not one of them either.
Everyone wants to write faster and better. Right?
Most people think there’s one way to write faster or better. Somebody’s had success doing “faster” by sprinting, so that’s the way to do it. Somebody else has gone “faster” by outlining ahead, so that’s the way to do it.