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All About Google+ For Writers | Savvy Book Writers

More than 625,000 People join Google+ EVERY DAY, according to Digital Buzz and Huffington Post statistics.  Before I even joined Twitter, GooglePlus (Google+)

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Make the Holidays a Success for Your Book | Savvy Book Writers

. . Not even 7 weeks until Christmas and Hanukkah… Holiday Gift Campaigns, Book Sales Campaigns, or the launch of a new book: I have seen it too many times,

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3 Most Important Media Platforms for Writers | Savvy Book Writers

Book Marketing on a Shoestring Doris-Maria Heilmann 111Publishing Savvy Book Writers In some of my seminars and during publishing and book marketing consultations I meet authors that are not only new to writing, but also often have no

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Cow Pasture Chronicles, Sheila M. Good: Access Denied!

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Originally re-blogged on Chris The Story Reading Ape’s blog! Great information from Sheila M. Good!

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Cow Pasture Chronicles

5 Facts About Your Book’s Ranking on Amazon | Savvy Book Writers

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. . In my last blog post I explained the differences between all these rankings and lists on Amazon. Today Amazon’s algorithm is explained and what it

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Great News from Google+ | Savvy Book Writers

. . Google+ is the only Social Media site where your posts, comments and likes are directly transferred to their search engines. That’s not the only

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My #Book #Marketing Secret by #Indie #Author Nicholas Rossis

More information from Nicholas Rossi posted by The Story Reading Ape on how to market yourself just by being you 🙂

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From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's books I made this on Quozio.com

My marketing strategy is really simple. In fact, it can be summed up as follows:

  • Be real,
  • be fun,
  • be helpful.

If you do that, people will buy your books simply because they will like you and will want to support you. In other words, “if people like what you’re saying, they’ll like what you’re selling.”

I have read many marketing guides, but have come to realize that it all boils down to how people perceive you. In marketing speech, your brand.

Having a consistent author brand is liberating. It allows you to publish pretty much anything you like, irrespective of genre. People will read your books because you have written them – and they trust you to offer them a good time.

That’s great. How about some real tips now?

The other day, a visitor to my blog asked me for…

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10 Effective Tools for Writers | Savvy Book Writers

. . Everyone thinks that talent and creativity are the first determinants of a writer’s success, but people who have actually made an attempt in writing,

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Spectacular Capture of a Snow Monkey (Japanese macaque) by Robert van Koesveld

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Robert van Koesveld

Robert van Koesveld originally shared this post:Engagement                                                                   ‘enjoy & share’
This delightful little snow monkey (Japanese macaque) seems to be staring at me. Something he wouldn’t do because eye contact triggers hierarchy issues in these monkeys. He is looking briefly at my camera! Captured today in Japan with +Martin Bailey & +Chris Marquardt  at -4 degrees C (6 hrs ago) Added to my…

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Snow Monkey (Japanese macaque) by Robert van Koesveld

Robert van Koesveld graciously approved the reblog of his original posting on Google+ on 1/29/2013. You will find his website at http://www.robertvankoesveld.com.The link to the post is above, as well as his caption to the picture.  The message in this picture is exactly what the photographer intended.  I was fascinated by this capture.  When I followed the link to his website, I was amazed to find a plethora of incredible wildlife pictures as well as cultural depictions of different nations.  I wanted to make sure to share Robert’s incredible vision in the discipline of photography.  His pictures are amazing!  Thank you, Robert, for permission to share this treasure.