YouTube for Authors: How to Market Your Books on YouTube

YouTube for Authors: How to Market Your Books on YouTube

As the book publishing industry moves online more and more every year, it’s important for authors to establish an author platform to market their books to their ideal readers. Here are 9 ways to market your book on YouTube, with Author and Youtuber, Meg LaTorre.

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How Do Writers Come Up with Original Ideas?

How Do Writers Come Up with Original Ideas?

Creativity seems elusive, especially when you look at the brilliant ideas that successful writers have come up with. Where do those ideas come from? Here are the ways that prolific and creative writers are able to come up with great ideas – and develop them into pure genius.

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How to Use Clear Writing to Express Big Concepts and Connect with Readers

How to Use Clear Writing to Express Big Concepts and Connect with Readers

How to implement clarity to express big ideas to engage your reader. Help them understand your meaning through readability, the right verbs, and sentence structure.

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How Writers Use Meditation to Be More Creative and Productive

How Writers Use Meditation to Be More Creative and Productive

Increasing your creativity and productivity can help your writing career. But how do you do it effectively? With this one simple, free practice.

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How to Get Started with Link Building

How to Get Started with Link Building

Link building can give your blog a traffic boost. But it's hard to know where to start, let alone decipher all the associated jargon. Read our guide for the easier way to get started with link building – no technical know-how required!

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ProWritingAid's Combo Report and Style Guides: What's The Difference?

ProWritingAid's Combo Report and Style Guides: What's The Difference?

ProWritingAid has customizable reports that help you find any manner of technical or stylistic gaffes in your work. Besides the 20+ reports that help you polish your work, you can use the Style Guides and the Combo Check. But what’s the difference between these two?

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Do You Need to Build Your Author Platform Before You Write Your Book?

Do You Need to Build Your Author Platform Before You Write Your Book?

Having an author platform will get you nowhere if you don't have an actual book to promote. Here's how to build a platform without sacrificing your writing time.

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Eliminate the Non-Words: Clean Up Your Content

Eliminate the Non-Words: Clean Up Your Content

The words you use in your content can strengthen or weaken your prose. In this article, we teach you how to boost the power of your content by eliminating non-words and weak phrases that take up space but dilute your statements.

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Writing for New Audiences: How to Write in an Unfamiliar Style

Writing for New Audiences: How to Write in an Unfamiliar Style

Writing for a living can often mean that you have to take jobs outside of your natural writing style. Just because you're out of your comfort zone doesn't mean you can't sound like a pro. Follow these tips to define your audience and tailor your writing style to your purpose.

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Why Writing for Yourself Could Be the Key to Success

Why Writing for Yourself Could Be the Key to Success

"Write to market" is one of the secrets to building an audience for your work. But is it the right piece of advice? I'm here to argue that writing for yourself is actually more useful – and it could be what launches your long-term writing career.

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Test, Teach, Write, Check: Coach Employees to Be Better Writers

Test, Teach, Write, Check: Coach Employees to Be Better Writers

Do you have a crack team of collage graduates who just can’t get their act together with writing? Don’t be surprised. Over 25% of college graduates lack good writing skills. An investment in their writing is an investment in your business. Follow these steps to manage writing coaching for employees.

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How do you become a proofreader? We asked proofreading expert Caitlin Pyle.

How do you become a proofreader? We asked proofreading expert Caitlin Pyle.

Have you ever wondered about becoming a professional proofreader? Caitlin answers all your questions on how to do it in this great post.

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Counterintuitive Advice to Reach Your Target Audience

Counterintuitive Advice to Reach Your Target Audience

Not everything about audience building is as cut and dried as the experts would like you to believe. In fact, here's decidedly counterintuitive advice for engaging your target audience.

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Making the Most of My Commute: How I Write on The Move

Making the Most of My Commute: How I Write on The Move

Traveling, even that for work, enriches our lives and provides ample material for our writing. The key is to capture those moments without getting overwhelmed in the moment. Making timely notes means your writing will grow, as will your ability to reflect on the experience.

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7 Best Practice Tips for Using Forum Marketing to Grow Your Business

7 Best Practice Tips for Using Forum Marketing to Grow Your Business

Forum marketing is often overlooked when marketing businesses online. We'll show you how to use forums to generate targeted traffic and grow your business.

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