Welcome to the June 25, 2012 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. Thanks to all those who submitted to make this a great carnival!
Jan Bear presents Content Marketing Timesavers: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle posted at Market Your Book Blog, saying, “Content marketing can be an effective way to market your book. Here’s how to get the most mileage out of your content.”
Jordan McCollum presents Is search engine optimization right for your writer’s blog or website? posted at Jordan McCollum, saying, “SEO is useful for thinking in terms of how best to serve your website visitors, but can it drive book sales?”
Sarah Bolme presents Sorry to Inform You, But… posted at Marketing Christian Books.
Donna Huber presents Tips on Thursday: Blog Tours posted at Girl Who Reads, saying, “Blog Tours are popular, but time-consuming events. I share tips and tricks, as well as creative stop ideas, to help you keep your sanity.”
Andy Domonkos presents Writer’s Resources: Sites You Should Have Bookmarked posted at Suspended Damnation, saying, “I feel there are some very useful writing tips on my site.”
Heather presents 5 Powerful Mind Success Strategies posted at Self Publishing Coach Blog, saying, “Embrace these five powerful mind success strategies and you’ll build a better business, become a more successful writer and author and live a happier, more satisfying life.”
Tim Leffel presents A Travel Writing 2.0 Conversation with Lavinia Spalding posted at Travel Writing 2.0, saying, “The author of Writing Away and editor of Best Women’s Travel Writing gives advice on writing and publishing.”
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