Build Author Authority

Protecting and Monitoring Your Author Brand

Imagine if you had the ability to find out every time someone mentioned your name or your book on the Internet. This would give you access to reviews, or even a random comment on Twitter. You could find situations in which to engage with those that think positively or negatively about your works. Basically, you…

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Aweber vs Mailchimp vs GetResponse Review

Which one do I choose? Aweber or MailChimp or GetResponse? A couple of years ago, after posting this very question on some excellent Facebook groups, I got some wild answers from multiple people that all swore their Email Service Provider (ESP) was the best. After getting hundreds of different answers from asking the above question,…

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How to Choose a Pen Name

There are many reasons authors use pen names. It could be for marketing purposes or it could just be for their own comfort. But regardless of why one chooses to use a pseudonym,  creating a pen name can play an important part in your book’s marketing. In this article, you will learn: Why do authors…

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The Author’s Guide to Guest Posting and Increasing Traffic

If you are trying to brand yourself as an author and/or generate traffic to your website, and you aren’t guest posting, then you have a problem! The craziest part is that most authors don’t know about this simple, effective technique! Or what’s worse – they do know about it, but they don’t fully understand how…

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Advanced Google Search Tactics for Authors

Everyone knows how to use Google.  Just click, type, and the Google will most likely take you in the general direction of where you want to go.  But do you know about the Advanced Google Search Tactics? When we do a search, the Google algorithm tries to find what we are looking for, however, this…

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How to Advertise Your Ebook Like a Pro

Secrets to Online Advertising of Ebooks

A while ago, a company posted on a Kindle Publishing Facebook group that they had an incredibly popular eBook website and were offering paid advertisement spots for self-publishers. They even claimed that you would sell “thousands of copies” by advertising with them. However, using a little Kindlepreneur magic, I quickly found that there was no way…

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