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Are you an author, writer, blogger, book promoter, book marketer, book coach, or publisher? Drop in weekly on the Motown Writers Network site where Eyeology INC will post snippets, tips, videos, quotes, and Q/A’s to bring value to whatever it is that you do.

Today’s #Q&A

strategyA. Everything. Strategy plays a major part in everything that we do from writing a book, business, branding, and just plain ole’ life. When we decide to create goals or take on a major book project, the first stage should be one of strategic planning (strategy). Your strategy should include what you want to do, who you’re trying to reach (who will benefit), what you want your outcome to be, and what you’ll do to accomplish it. Being able to strategize helps you to create the most effective ways and opportune times to manifest your book project. Strategizing will help you to stay the course and yield the best results possible. Strategy is not only the planning of goals and projects but the maintenance of them as well. If we do not strategize on what we’ll do to maintain our book projects, we’ll end up putting out ingredients of the pie into the universe rather than the whole pie itself. Wouldn’t it be best to put out the masterpiece once its done rather than just the pieces? Strategic planning includes timing. Timing is important to bring a project or goal to its full completion and is the glue that binds it all together so that you serve no wine before its time. How important is strategy? Strategy is integral to the success of any goal or project. When we have the pieces but do not know where they go, how to put them together, or even when to put them together; a Book Coach, Brand, or Business Strategist can help you effectively accomplish this.


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[@IndiesUnlimited] Five Social Media Engagement Tips for Writers #repost


Five Social Media Engagement Tips for Writers

by Martin Crosbie

writers and social media marketing business-people-1166576_1920Are you gaining maximum bounce from your social networks? AreFacebook’s new algorithms helping or hindering you from adding readers to your mailing list? Are Instagramand LinkedIn helping you gain subscribers? What about Twitter orPinterest? What are they doing for you? Did you know there’s an actual condition called “Social Media Fatigue”? Yes, there is. Are you feeling overwhelmed yet? Read more of this post

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Social Media for Authors: Where are you going?

Coach Versandra Kennebrew

Your social media strategy is your road map to book sales success. But you don’t get on the road traveling to a place you’ve never been before without mapping out your route. If you do, you must anticipate pulling over often and asking for directions. You will probably waste a lot of time and your productivity will suffer. Imagine yourself driving around in circles wandering, wondering how did I get here?

This is exactly why your social media strategy is so very important. Below you will find 10 tips for creating a successful social media strategy that will improve communication with your readers and encourage more book sales. I’ll be looking forward to your questions in the comment section below and will answer them ASAP. Are you ready for the ride?

  1. Determine your sales goal and your why
  2. Decide the date you plan to achieve your goal
  3. Who will help you achieve your goal
  4. How will you celebrate achieving your goal
  5. What incentive will you offer people who help you achieve your goal
  6. Develop 10 pieces of killer content related to you as an author and your book’s benefit to readers (videos, blogs, podcasts, interviews, press releases… add buy now links)
  7. Introduce your content to your readers and potential new customers, 1 per day for 10 days (always ask open-ended questions)
  8.  Encourage your affiliates and respond to your customers daily (refer to buy now links)
  9. Evaluate your customers responses (Facebook insights, inbox messages, analytics), your sales to goal and your affiliate productivity
  10. Repost your previous content using information from your previous posts and acknowledgement of previous supporters and affiliates
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