Tag: readers

Teleseminar: Shel Horowitz on Writing to Change the World: How to Influence Readers through Books

Teleseminar: Shel Horowitz on Writing to Change the World: How to Influence Readers through Books

Event Date: June 7, 2017 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST Join us as Shel Horowitz discusses Writing to Change the World: How to Influence Readers through Books. About Shel Horowitz Book publishing consultant and multiple-award-winning author of ten books (most recently, Guerrilla Marketing to Heal the World—endorsed by Seth Godin and Jack Canfield), Shel Horowitz, […]

Learn the Tricks to Making Your Readers Pay Attention – Guest Post

Learn the Tricks to Making Your Readers Pay Attention – Guest Post

The greatest writers in the world had to start somewhere. Stephen King wasn’t born famous, nor was Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, or George Orwell. Gaining the attention of the masses is the dream of many writers. The task of attracting readers is not easy, but it can be very rewarding. In order to gain the […]

What Do Your Readers Want? by Dan Poynter, the Book Futurist

What Do Your Readers Want? by Dan Poynter, the Book Futurist

In the mid-70s I met Milt Strong at a photocopy shop. He wrote and published about square  dancing and he did all the production himself. He would set his type with an IBM executive typewriter; the one that had the carbon ribbon. Then he would go to a copy shop to run off the pages. […]

Book Marketing Strategy: Write for Websites

Book Marketing Strategy: Write for Websites

Promoting with articles has long been one of my favorite book marketing strategies. There are some great opportunities to write content for websites, and specifically for those that reach your target audience of readers. When you write for an industry site (an expert on vegan living could write for a health site) or a popular […]