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Author Promotion: Blog Tours, Hops & Sharing Contests

Donna Brown is smart, accomplished, well-known and well-respected in the blogging and book publicist community. I’m fortunate to be working with her on a project, and I begged her to explain the difference between hops and tours so I wouldn’t look like a dummy. Here’s what she told me: I’ve been asked more than once […]

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How To Increase Blog Traffic And Gain Subscribers, Part 2

Although last week I whined about how hard I’ve worked to build my blog, I really wanted to demonstrate that interesting articles and regular posting – even a single post a week – can get results. So if you’re like me and you just don’t have time to churn out three quality blog posts a […]

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Blog Image Sources That Won’t Get You Sued!

All original works have a copyright the minute an individual creates the work, and this ownership does not require an official registration to be recognized. Copyright applies to all mediums, including print and digital, and protects the interests of the originator by preventing others from using their work without permission. Material posted on the Internet […]

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What’s An RSS Feed & How Do I Find It?

Most of you already know how to locate your RSS feed URL to synch your blog with your Goodreads, Amazon Author Central, and Triberr accounts. But if you don’t speak RSS, that sentence probably made you roll your eyes or reach for the aspirin bottle. Okay, let’s start at the beginning. What is a URL? Examples of […]

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How can a writer use Scoop.It!?

Jane Steen is a freelance writer who lives in the Chicago suburbs. She’s prepared a wonderful post for us about the intriguing content-sharing site, Scoop.It – Enjoy! Take a blog reader, mix in Pinterest, add a dash of paper.li and a pinch of Twitter. This is Scoop.It! — a little-known content sharing site that may […]

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