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Become A Successful Writer Despite Your Friends And Family

You’ve finally decided to write that novel or build your author platform. You’ve thought about it for for months, maybe even years, and now you’re ready and excited. But the people in your life aren’t. In fact, you get the feeling your family and friends would rather have you stay right where you are — […]

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Passion – Do You Have It?

Recently on Twitter I was asked for some tips on what sets ‘great’ blogs apart from the rest. With millions of bloggers creating blog posts every day – how do you stand out? It’s a big question, and the reality is that there are many ingredients to building a successful blog. A variety of words […]

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Scene Stealers: Write a Love Story

Welcome to Scene Stealers, our series of writing prompts designed to flex your creative muscles. We’re thrilled that so many of you are participating in our writing prompt series. (Read the other Scene Stealers here and add one of your own.)   How it works   We set the scene You steal it, make it your own, and Share your […]

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The 3 Ingredients in Our Best Selling eBook Titles

Over the last few days in Facebook groups I participate in, I’ve seen a number of people ask for advice on coming up with titles for new eBooks, courses and books. Below is a combination of a few pieces of advice I gave in response to the topic: Coming up with titles for our eBooks […]

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4 Ways to Sell More Products Online

This is a guest contribution from Rosie Scott of The New Craft Society. As we discussed recently in this post, making money via blogging is far more than fanciful thinking; for an increasing number of dedicated bloggers, it’s a rewarding reality. But there’s a difference between, “Hey mom! I made 30 cents this month using […]

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Life After Keywords (Not Provided): What’s Next For Bloggers?

This is a guest contribution from Jim Burch, a copywriter from St. Louis. When you use Google Analytics to track your blog’s traffic, you may see (not provided) on your list of keyword searches. Simply put, this is Google’s way of encrypting keyword searches in the name of privacy and security. If you heavily rely on […]

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Tapping into Joy and Disappointment: Lessons from Our Biggest eBook Launch Ever

Over on dPS last week we launched an eBook on Posing Portraits that has sold faster than any other eBook launch I’ve been a part of. While talking with a friend about the success of the launch, he asked why I thought it had done so well. I thought I’d share my response here as […]

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Content Week: A bit of homework to inspire you – come and get involved!

After the week we’ve had immersing ourselves in the wild and wonderful world of sourcing blog content, there shouldn’t be any one of you who hasn’t come up with at least one idea for a post. But in order to blog better this year, I’m encouraging you to push even further – spend some time […]

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How To Make The Right Choices For Your Novel

How do you know which choices are right for your novel? When you first start typing words onto the blank computer screen, you won’t always have a clear vision of the story you’re about to write. Your story could end up playing out in any number of ways, much like life itself. The decisions you […]

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