Posts Tagged ‘Mancode: Exposed’
7 Ways You’re Unintentionally Spamming People!
7 Ways You’re Unintentionally Spamming People! I have never seen so much spam on social media. And I don’t just mean Twitter and all the hacked DMs. Facebook, too. Even Pinterest! I work really hard on my streams and for my clients, to ensure they’re getting real human, targeted followers to interact and…Read More
How Important Is Google Page Rank In Selling Books?
How Important Is Google Page Rank In Selling Books Even if you know very little about SEO and SMO and the thought of it turns you into a confused puddle of goo, this is an important topic and one I’ve been thinking about a lot – and researching even more – in order to…Read More
Make Your #KDPSelect Days A Success: 12 Top Tips!
Make Your #KDPSelect Days A Success: 12 Top Tips! I just finished a three-day free Amazon promotion of my second book, The Mancode: Exposed. How did it go? It’s still going! Here are some numbers: Three days, over 10,000 free downloads Mancode: Exposed overall paid ranking prior to promo: #25,000ish. Mancode: Exposed…Read More
Top 5 Tips For Incorporating StumbleUpon Into Your Marketing Plans by guest @girl_who_reads
Confused by StumbleUpon? Join the club. I do my best with it, but it still confounds me. Which is why I’m thrilled to introduce you to book blogger and publicist Donna Huber, who offers to take us through the maze. (For more tips, see this StumbleUpon post from one month ago by Natalie Sayin, author…Read More
6 Top Visual Twitter Tips That Help You Stand Out
6 Top Visual Twitter Tips That Help You Stand Out Twitter is a cool platform – everyone who follows me here on BadRedheadMedia or my author account, RachelintheOC, knows how valuable I think it is as a free marketing tool – when used correctly (read: not spammy). From a metadata perspective, yes –…Read More
The Top 5 Twitter Memes Authors Need To Know
The Top 5 Twitter Memes Authors Need To Know Let’s get this out of the way first: it’s pronounced meme, like theme. Here, listen to this: http://youtu.be/3dErjFPTarc (it’s Greek — go argue with them). Meme can mean a lot of things, like a viral pic (remember ‘ridiculously photogenic guy?’), video (the infamous RickRoll),…Read More
How To Submit A Guest Post That Will Be Accepted! @PegFitzpatrick
Please welcome guest blogger and exclamation mark extraordinaire, my friend Peg Fitzpatrick. She’s awesomesaucey and a cat fan which makes her extra cool. (For the record, she taught me how to create a sarcasm symbol — shhh). How to Submit a Guest Post That Will Be Accepted by guest Peg Fitzpatrick (co-owner of 12Most) and…Read More
3 Successful Ways To Get Bloggers To Love You & Your Book! by guest @YaminaToday
3 Successful Ways To Get Bloggers To Love You – And Your Book! By A. Yamina Collins In terms of book blog reviews, one size does not fit all. I know, I know. You’ve just written the most fantastic book in your respective genre, and now all you need are a few bloggers…Read More
TOP 5 LESSONS FROM BOOKEXPO AMERICA 2012 (BEA12)
TOP 5 LESSONS FROM BOOKEXPO AMERICA 2012 (BEA12) I’m just home from #BEA12 (Book Expo America 2012) in New York City and I’d like to share with you a few insights and observations (beside the fact that their WiFi sucked): 1) WHY INDIES MATTER was the first panel discussion I attended, hosted by…Read More
YOU ARE BORING AND YOUR BLOG PUTS ME TO SLEEP
YOU ARE BORING AND YOUR BLOG PUTS ME TO SLEEP Are you boring? I don’t mean in a ‘my personality sucks, I need a makeover,’ kind of way. (You’re on your own there.) I mean, why should we click on your blog posts? Leave a comment. Follow you on social media? …Read More