For most of us, when we think of online syndication we think of articles, right? Well there are a lot of other places to syndicate yourself online. Here are just a few to consider:
Amazon.com is a great place to get started with their Amazon.com/connect program. You can feed your blog through there which will help to populate your book page.
Head on over to Friendfeed.com and input your various social networking sites, blogs and any other feeds you have to create a “lifestream”, which will help get your readers linked to all of your content.
Turn on the Feedburner and turn your blog into an e-newsletter. Feedburner.google.com let’s you run not only a feed, but when you activate the e-mail subscriptions your readers can then subscribe to your feeds via email and get your blog posts dropped into their inbox whenever you update. The best part? Unlike newsletter services that don’t always make it through spam filters, Feedburner does given that the subscriber approves the feed before it launches, thereby bypassing the chance of your posts getting relegated to spam.
I’m reading your book now and am loving it. All this great information in one package! It’s what every writer needs to know because, like it or not, we all have to market if we expect success.
Congratulations on a timely book! I plan to talk about it and add it to my suggested book list handout for a conference workshop I’m giving in September.
All the best,
Mary Montague Sikes
Is your book, Red Hot INternet Publicity geared toward EBooks?
Yes it is!