Anniversaries became a theme for my writing. The tenth, 25th, 75th, 100th and 150th anniversaries of such events as municipality incorporations, church foundings, multi-generational family businesses, industrial and mine accidents, train crashes, spectacular fires and other tragedies, as well as…
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You’ve got many low-cost and no-cost promotional options to choose from. Here’s the good news. Your zero-cost efforts will often out-perform paid marketing! Yes, it’s true!
The 3 Do’s and 1 Don’t of craft fair bookselling!
Receive an email every single day with a list of reporters who need sources for specific stories…and promote your book(s) at the same time!
To write effectively for a businesses, you have to understand where that business is strong, where it needs improvement, and where it needs to change direction. Showing potential clients that you understand the importance of these items can greatly increase your chances of landing long-term writing work.