Resources mentioned from The Write Stuff show with Book Writing Magazine

  • Reviews
    • KirkusReviews.com — this are paid reviews. They are not guaranteed to be positive. However, if it is negative review, you can keep it confidential to yourself.
  • Creating Visuals
    • Picmonkey.com
    • Quozio.com
    • UseChisel.com
    • ReciteThis.com
    • Pinwords.com
    • Canva.com
  • Press Releases
    • Pr.com (there is a free option)
    • ChristianNewswire.com (all paid)
  • Hidden Gems
    • Squidoo.com
    • List.ly (creating a list works really well for non-fiction authors)
    • Slideshare.com (you can use this website to create a slide show for your work. Works well with non-fiction titles)
  • Create your Own Website
    • Weebly.com
    • WordPress.org and wordpress.com (there is a difference between the two)
  • Printed Items
    • Business cards & t-shirts vistaprint.com
  • Book Trailers (Book trailers, in my opinion, can help to drive traffic but I am still skeptical as to how useful it is for sales.)
    • Animoto.com
    • Onetruemedia.com
  • Outsource Your Marketing
    • Piece-by-piece
      • Fiverr.com
      • Odesk.com
      • Freelance.com
      • 99designs.com
    • Entirety (available, no specific resource provided)
  • Social Media
    • Pinterest
    • Twitter
    • Facebook
    • Linked-In (Generally speaking, if your target market is male, you may have more success connecting with a male audience here.)
    • Google+
    • YouTube (A lot of young readers hang out here if that is your target audience)
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