If you’re an author or entrepreneur and want to self-publish a book, there are a lot of options. If you’ve considered crowdfunding to raise the money via pre-orders to get your book published you probably know it requires a sustained commitment. In this episode of Adventures In Visibility I welcome , President of Hanley Media Lab to share how he raised over $10,000 in 21 days to so he could self-publish his first book.
If you’re an author or online entreprenuer who’s written a business book, you want to sell books, right? In this episode of Adventures In Visibility I welcome , Founder and CEO of Author Marketing Experts. We discussed what you must know in order to get more visibility so your books get found, on Amazon.
For the relaunch of Conversations with Experts, an occasional hangout show, I am delighted to feature my business coach, mentor and colleague, Andrea J. Lee. Our topic, which struck a nerve with the live audience, is 7 Surprising Strategies of Forward Thinking Entrepreneurs. The 60 minute video contains many gems and invitations to rethink how you approach your business so you can make a bigger impact in the world. [Read more...]
When I started my first business blog in 2004, there wasn’t much in the way of social media available to help promote blog posts. The best way to get your blog post shared was to encourage readers to subscribe to your blog update email list and then forward the email.
Today, it’s a different story. Yet, during consults with clients, I’m frequently asked how to get more traffic and visitors to new blog posts. The infographic below, created by Ian Cleary of RazorSocial and Canva, will help.
There is a belief by many online entrepreneurs that they cannot share their own posts. WRONG! Yes, I’m saying that if you believe that, it’s wrong. You can and should share your blog posts. Don’t wait and hope others will share it for you. Start the ball rolling… [Read more...]
In this episode of Adventures In Visibility I welcome the dynamic and outspoken founder of Triberr, . After meeting Dino at the 2014 BlogPaws Conference, and using Triberr for a couple of years, I knew I wanted to get him on the show. Our conversation revolved around the future of digital marketing and blogging in particular.
Dino Dogan is a Global Force for Badassery, Founder & CEO of Triberr, Refugee from Bosnia, Professional speaker with a real job, a Lousy Martial Artist, and a Singer/Songwriter.
On the Hangout Dino and I tackle: [Read more...]