Reprinted from a blog post of Phyllis Zimbler Miller as a National Internet Business Examiner. People follow you on Twitter; they don’t friend you as on Facebook. And people can follow you without your “permission” as required for someone to become your Facebook friend. When you are using Twitter for your brand, book or business, […][Continue reading...] about Internet marketing: What’s the Strategy for Following Back on Twitter?
Reprinted from Phyllis Zimbler Miller’s blog posts as a National Internet Business Examiner. As I wrote in my April 19th Examiner post, Internet business requires a mind shift from you against your “competitors” to you and your “colleagues” working together. And an extension of this new mindset is: How can I help others? Is there […][Continue reading...] about Internet Book Marketing: Joint Ventures Are a Win-Win
Reprinted from Phyllis Zimbler Miller’s blog posts at the LA Internet Business Examiner. Excluding the really famous bloggers, almost all other bloggers are 1) constantly trying to attract more readers to their blogs and 2) have these readers consistently read new posts. There are several strategies that can be used for one or both of […][Continue reading...] about Bloggers: KISS — make it easy for your fans to read your posts
Reprinted from Phyllis Zimbler Miller’s blog posts at the LA Internet Business Examiner. Cathy Stucker, whose website is www.idealady.com, has come up with a great new idea – a free site for bloggers to connect in order to ask for guest posts and to volunteer to write guest posts. Then Cathy sends out emails listing […][Continue reading...] about If You’re Blogging for Your Brand, Book or Business, Join Free New Site BloggerLinkUp
This is a Q&A a la Ann Landers from my newsletter Sharing with Writers. I thought Fiction Marketers would especially enjoy it, so I’m reprinting it here. Anyone would like to subscribe to Sharing with Writers may do so my sending at e-mail with SUBSCRIBE in the subject line to HoJoNews@aol.com. Question: The Secret [by […][Continue reading...] about Practicing “The Secret” on Book Promotion