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SEO For Authors Everyone is telling you to blog more and write more articles for your audience. The one problem is no one knows about your blog. It is frustrating! We know how hard it is. Many authors ask how they can rank for certain keywords or phrases. A key point to bare in mind is […]

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Your Book Cover Has Been Sentenced. How does your book cover affect your book marketing and book pr? One of the team managed to snap this photo whilst bouncing from meeting to meeting yesterday at The London Book Fair 2015. This was the crowd that gathered for the talk on book marketing and book PR. […]

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Our blog post Your Social Media Strategy Stinks is rapidly becoming our most popular post to date. It has been so popular in fact, The Guardian Small Business Network asked us to write a more detailed piece for them. At the time of writing this post, it has been shared over 800+ times. It was […]

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How To Implement Social PR In our previous author resources post we discussed Social PR. A strategy that has helped authors to generate large amounts of sales rapidly. It has very quickly become our most popular piece to date. It was so popular in fact that our founder was asked to write a more detailed […]

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  Social media is always a hot topic especially for authors. So why waste your time relentlessly tweeting or posting updates to the same fans and followers? Are they multiplying rapidly? If so keep doing what you’re doing. If not, then you should keep reading about Social PR. “How can I grow my following rapidly?” […]

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 Are you a hardcore linguist? If you come from a digital background, specifically programming you will be familiar with StackOverflow. It’s a question and answer forum where you can obtain help on tricky programming problems. However, they don’t just do tech problems. There is the StackExchange which covers all manner of Q&A forums including ‘English […]

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‘Baggy Pants and Bootees’ is Marilyn Chapman’s debut historical romance novel, though she is not at all new to writing. The Guernsey-born journalist found her first triumph at age fourteen, where she was published in a football magazine. At nineteen she became women’s page editor of her local weekly newspaper and later freelanced for national […]

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Robert Ashton, the barefoot entrepreneur, has been talked about all over the web recently relating to his book, Sales For Non-Sales People. Have a look at the links below to read some of his features.   www.freshbusinessthinking.com have featured an article written especially by Robert, published on 24-12-2014. Follow this link to read more. startacus.net […]

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Chris Bridge is the author of Back Behind Enemy Lines, a novel inspired by his mother. Though Chris has his own compelling backstory. After being expelled from boarding school, Chris studied English and Philosophy at Nottingham University. He then followed a successful career of teaching and management. Since retiring, Chris has worked as a consultant […]

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  “Difference between commercial and literary fiction?” A great question posed by @rosemarydun on Twitter. It is something many authors will need to think about when it comes time to categorise their writing. We thought we would investigate further! At first we thought this would be a nice and simple question to tackle: do some research and present […]

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