Part Seven of The Whiteboard is here! I hope you are enjoying this little strange tale. I think you will enjoy how things speed up from this point forward. Poor Anne. She’s a victim but she can’t seem to understand how to deal with it. You can read part six here Last time, she went to her boss for help…we left her about to explain to him what has been going on. ©Part Seven of The Whiteboard by Kim Smith “Yes. A visitor,” she repeated. “And whoever it is, you see, I don’t know their identity, so whoever it is,
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New is the new old? New efforts on the behalf of old work is a tricky situation. Some people believe that you should never revise previously published work, once it is out there, it’s a done deal. If you try to make it better or change it, well, that’s akin to fooling readers. I mean some poor soul actually slogged through that bad book, didn’t they? But in 2016, self-publishers are going through the roof with changing their previously pubbed works. They change covers, do new edits, add chapters, develop weak characters etc. And of course, there is the age-old
Part three of a small series of posts about email lists and subscribers. You can read part one here and part two here Email lists are very important but they are not a one-size fits all type of venture. Blog followers are pretty savvy when it comes to all the tried and true tricks to get them to give you their email address. They usually give a fake address or they decide to unsubscribe immediately after they subscribe. Why do they do this? Well, because they have been burned before by marketers who were pushy and obnoxious. They ruined it
Used to be all the rage was social media and how it was a built in audience. But then, we quickly learned that connections on social media can be fleeting and even non-existent to those we connect with. Unless you go that extra mile to make that connection into a relationship, you probably will not go far with it. So how do you turn a connection into a relationship? BUILD AN EMAIL LIST Today I am going to ask you to start one, help me build mine, and some pointers on building one. START TODAY! Yes, you heard me. If