Tag: nonfiction authors

Teleseminar: Brian Craig on Copyright, Privacy, and Defamation Issues for Nonfiction Authors

Teleseminar: Brian Craig on Copyright, Privacy, and Defamation Issues for Nonfiction Authors

Event Date: October 18, 2017 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us as Brian Craig discusses Copyright, Privacy, and Defamation Issues for Nonfiction Authors. About Brian Craig Brian Craig is a professor, writer, and indexer. He teaches online legal courses for Kaplan University and Brigham Young University-Idaho and previously taught at the University of Minnesota […]

13 Ways to Make the Most of Your Facebook Author Page

13 Ways to Make the Most of Your Facebook Author Page

If you don’t yet have an Author page on Facebook, separate from your personal page, that’s your first step. Set it up under your author name, not your book. That way when you write additional books, you can use the one author page for them all instead of creating a new page for every book. […]

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Teleseminar: Roger C. Parker on Video Strategies for Authors

Teleseminar: Roger C. Parker on Video Strategies for Authors

Event Date: July 26, 2017 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us as Roger C. Parker discusses Video Strategies for Authors. Nonfiction authors who ignore video book marketing are doing a service disservice to their careers, their books, and their readers. Video can help authors at every stage of Published & Profitable’s Plan, Write, […]

Teleseminar: Barbara McNichol on Strengthen Your Writing with Techniques Editors Use

Teleseminar: Barbara McNichol on Strengthen Your Writing with Techniques Editors Use

Event Date: September 28, 2016 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us as Barbara McNichol discusses Strengthen Your Writing with Techniques Editors Use. Barbara McNichol works with speakers and authors to provide expert editing of books in the categories of business, spirituality, self-help, how-to, health, relationships, and more. Over the past 22 years, she […]

Social Media for Authors: What to Tweet on Twitter

Social Media for Authors: What to Tweet on Twitter

Twitter was designed as a tool to share what you are up to and while you can tweet about what you’re having for lunch, it’s really not relevant (or interesting!). The goal for authors should be to engage your target audience by being entertaining, sharing useful information, or serving as a resource. Here are some […]

Content Marketing Strategies for Authors

Content Marketing Strategies for Authors

Make Your Website a Destination: Add video, provide a sample chapter from your book, offer an e-mail newsletter, and share plenty of interesting content. Not only will content entice readers, it can also improve site ranking with Google. Embrace Blogging: Commit to blogging two to three times per week (more is better) and over time […]

Teleseminar: Teddy Burriss on How Nonfiction Authors Can Leverage LinkedIn

Teleseminar: Teddy Burriss on How Nonfiction Authors Can Leverage LinkedIn

Event Date: September 23, 2015 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us as Teddy Burriss discusses Ways Nonfiction Authors Can Leverage LinkedIn. About Teddy Burriss Teddy Burriss is a world renowned Social Media Consultant, Coach and Trainer. As an accomplished author, public speaker, social media engager and blogger, Teddy has mastered and now shares the […]

Interview with full-time freelance journalist Randy Dotinga

Interview with full-time freelance journalist Randy Dotinga

Name: Randy Dotinga Website URL:   www.asja.org Twitter: @rdotinga  You’re a journalist. What kind of work do you currently do in this field?  I’m a full-time freelance journalist and write for a variety of publications. My specialties include health/medicine, politics, books, and the odd and unusual.  You’re also president of the American Society of Journalists and […]

The Nonfiction Book Revolution: Surprising Data for Authors

The Nonfiction Book Revolution: Surprising Data for Authors

I didn’t set out to write business and marketing books. I thought I was going to write fiction because when you grow up wanting to be a writer, you’re supposed to write The Great American Novel. It’s just the assumed path. So in 2003 I quit my Silicon Valley job and opened a 2,800 square-foot […]