What Is A Blog – The History Of Blogs

Over the past 6 months, I’ve attended several expos and writer’s conferences, which have translated into more book sales for my self-published books. (All of my major books, which are my novels, short story collections, are self-published.) At any rate, I noticed an upsurge in sales during this time period and wondered why. Looking back, I have noticed a direct correlation between how much I market and how much I sell. When I was building my radio shows and the literary agency, my book sales suffered, because I didn’t market my own books as much at that time.

Blogging has reached the lives of many in all age groups, in all classes of people and in most countries. It has changed us as a society in many ways and overall millions use it everyday. It opens up communication and advertising to everyone rich and poor; young and old.

THE WEB – What do you need to do as a writer to become effective on the web? The best way on the Web is to create a home site about your book and its subject matter, fiction or non-fiction.

This awesome entrepreneurial spirit transmogrified New and interesting topics into what they are today: very powerful marketing weapons that have almost made some other forms of advertising, redundant. It never ceases to surprise me how ingenious people are when it comes to finding new ways to generate cash flow, particularly in web marketing – what a power-house!! It leaves real-world business for dead (in my opinion).

With creative blogs Google AdSense codes on your blog you make money when people click on the adverts on your blog. With the affiliate program links, you make money when viewers click your link and buy the product you promote based on your leads.

If you’re not up for such a big change, then you can stick to just re-arranging your work space. Put a flower on your desk, add some awesome framed photos of your friends and family, create a collage of interesting articles from magazines, write your name in colorful letters.. Anything! Just make it colorful and inspiring!

5) What can you do to make it easy for your tribe members to connect with each other? A few thoughts: create live events (Meet-ups, Tweet-ups or a monthly gathering at the local library), create a forum on your website, allow comments on your blog posts.