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With the breadth and depth of social media services out there, it’s no wonder that we often find ourselves lost in the vast array of services.
We speak of the need to utilize PMDs (aka Producers of Marketing & Distribution) on Indie/TFF movies these days, but how do these people get trained (not to mention, paid for)?
I’ve been called many things in my life. Patient is not one of them.
Digital tools and processes have enabled independent producers and creators to use the Internet as a distribution channel to directly connect with consumers and audiences in the process circumventing some of the cultural industries’ traditional intermediaries.
Priss- What a bombshell!!!
Earlier posts in this series: Writing a Book – Finding Time Writing a Book – Discipline Writing a Book – Structure
Where did all the articles go?! I am in the process of moving my archive over to MakingComics.com where I will continue writing from this point on. reMINDblog.com will no longer be used as a How-To site so that it can be focused on reMIND.
In the rush to find new and exciting ways to promote our books, let's not forget the tried-and-true. Inspired by Chris Brogan’s article, Promoting Your Book Online , a post by the way that got just about everybody in the blogosphere commenting on his blog, I devised this piece about adapting offline book promotion techniques to the online world.
Julien Smith and I are hard at work writing our first book, Trust Agents , about how the social web helps turn relationships into serious business (or some such). We’re still several months off from that book seeing the light of day, but we’re already thinking about how to promote the book. Seth Godin just launched Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us , and as part of the mad rush, he set up some bloggers with free copies to give away.
Goodreads is a free website for book lovers.
What is the Goodreads Author Program? The Goodreads Author Program is a completely free feature designed to help authors reach their target audience — passionate readers.
The term free book marketing is self-explanatory, but words like “Goodreads” and “LibraryThing” — book marketing tools — are not.
It's Tuesday and that means it's time for another guest author who is excited to share her knowledge and expertise with you. Today, Julie Isaac will spend some time with us talking about how to use a blog to promote your book. Before you read Julie's post, make sure you sign up for my free video tips newsletter .
There seems to be an increase in activity around author blogs.