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  • Before You Write Fiction: Ask Yourself These Questions If you’ve been thinking about writing fiction, there are a number of questions to ask yourself before you start. 1. Can I write what people want to read? There are two key aspects you need to think about: * Are you a great reader? * Are you familiar with the bestsellers in the genre you want to write? If you ...
  • Top Tips for Connecting With Niche Influencers If you’ve ever heard the phrase, “It’s not WHAT you know, it’s WHO you know,” you will get an idea of just how important it is to network regularly in your business, and in particular, to connect with top influencers in your niche. Niche Influencers – What and Why A niche influencer is a person who has ...
  • Writing for More Social Media Interaction Most social media marketers aim for eyeballs, but it’s engagement that will drive high page rankings and more followers, for increased profits. Getting more interaction on your site, blog, and social profiles is the name of the game. There are several ways to accomplish this through the content you write. 1. Know your niche. Give them ...
  • Building a Strong Online Community – Forget the Numbers A strong online community is not just about numbers. It’s also about how people engage with your business or brand and the ways they do it. Here are some tips for you to build a strong and loyal community of followers who will love sharing your content and sending you new customers… Make The Most of ...
  • Becoming a Thought Leader on Social Media Whether you’re an author, a freelancer, info product seller or just about anything else, becoming a thought leader in your niche or industry is all about establishing yourself as someone worth paying attention to in your niche or industry. If you think of yourself as a brand in your own right, not just your company ...
  • Are you limiting your traffic opportunities? Probably… It’s Alice from Elite Writer’s Lab. Ron’s around too, but being a bit of a technophobe, I wanted to reach out to you on this one myself. If you’re looking to expand your reach to grow your audience of potential customers and clients, it’s easy to hit a brick wall if you’re limiting the ways you try ...
  • Working Smart or Just Working Hard? Here’s something that most writers and online business owners struggle with – working too hard for not enough return. Even when the returns are good, the hours can be grueling. We know. We’ve DEFINITELY been there. As work at home parents, we can’t afford to be sitting at our computer 24/7. We chose to run our online ...
  • 35 Things to Make Content Marketing Easier…And Less Frustrating Today’s post is all about making your content marketing easier. We do hope you find it helpful in getting your content down and out to your followers. Feel free to share it on Twitter, Facebook or anywhere. We’d love that. Now let’s get started. Here are 35 things that can make your content marketing easier… 1. Write about what ...
  • Why and How to Outline Your Book There are many ways to write a book. You can wing it. You can sit down at your computer and just start writing. Many people take that approach. In the world of fiction writing they’re called “pantsters” because they write by the seat of their pants. However, there are other types of writers too. They are ...
  • How Long Should It Take to Write a Book and Will it Be Any Good? Most authors are full of questions. They’re also full of energy, doubts, enthusiasm, hesitation and a whole bunch of conflicting emotions. That’s what happens when you’re excited about an idea and invested in the outcome. So let’s try to answer some of those common questions so you can get down to writing and worry less ...