Currently Browsing: Tips

Tip: Troubleshooting Your New Year’s Resolution

Smarter–Step by StepCatch Problems Early Grasp Issues Quickly Take Action Decisively   2 minutes each week from Jean Moroney to help you execute on your goals Issue #65 I. Tip: Troubleshooting Your New Year’s Resolution II. News & Blog Posts from Jean Moroney III. Freebie Teleclass:...

Letter from Bethany Cox of Midwest Book Reviews

Dear Loyal Readers, Authors, and Publishers,   I’d like to start by giving a shout-out to another website belonging to decades-long friends of the MBR family. It’s the site for the online and Madison-based brick-and-board store 20th Century Books, http://www.southparkbooks.com (No relation to...

12 Steps For Blogging

Frequently, I’ll be asked about blogging. I’m in favor of blogs if you consistently work them. However, there is a “but.”  Many people will set up blogs and then only post once a month or so and wonder why they don’t get traffic or responses. If you’re considering blogging, below are suggestions that should...

Does Google Know Where You Are?

9 Steps to Improve Your Rankings! Whether you are a writer or in another line of business, you want Google to be able to find you. If you have a website, you want it found, ideally on the first page. If you don’t have a website, but want to build an internet business presence, you want to be easily located....

Web Headlines

I spent years writing captivating headlines with catchy phrases. In addition to brainstorming them, I loved picking one to use. Guess what, that is not what works online. The web wants keyword/s that are rich and benefit-oriented headlines. For someone like me, that is boring. The good news is you can put...

Statista Chart: Google and Facebook Dominate U.S. App Landscape

I enjoy these stats from Statista Chart, that I wanted to share this one on top social networks that are important for writers.   With a reach of 72.6% among iOS and Android app users, Facebook ranked as the most popular mobile app in the United States in September 2014. According to comScore’s...

« Older Entries Next Entries »