Welcome to the September 16, 2013 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. We’ve got some good insights this week into book marketing, social media, and writing. Thank you to all of the contributors!
Sarah Bolme presents Do Book Giveaways Work? posted at Marketing Christian Books, saying, “Have you wondered whether hosting a free book giveaway will really increase the sales for a book? The answer to the question of whether book giveaways work is a little more complicated than yes or no.”
Katie McCoach presents Why It’s Important to Write a Book Review posted at Katie McCoach Editorial, saying, “This article discusses four reasons why it’s important to write a book review, for authors and readers.”
Stacey D presents Four Ways To Get On Google’s First Page – Ballantine Digital posted at Ballantine Digital, saying, “Social media and marketing have become more challenging with recent Google updates. There are four basic ways to get your work to rank on the first page of Google without facing those dreaded penalties.”
Chrys Fey presents Writing About: Murder posted at Write With Fey, saying, “Tips and tricks to writing about fictional murder in your book.”
Gary presents Become A Freelance Writer posted at Gajizmo, saying, “Becoming a freelance writer isn’t easy, but some entrepreneurs would rather write than deal with the hassle of maintaining and ranking a blog. This is a comprehensive guide on how to become a freelance writer, from successful traits to how to find clients to how much to charge.”
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