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Guest Post: How to Transfer Your Writing Skills to an Online Website

By Mariah

In the current economy and job market, writing online has become a popular career choice. Even if a person has experience in traditional journalism or creating articles for print publications, adjustments have to be made for an online audience. 491 more words


Guest Post: 6 Tips on How to Fulfill Your Publishing Resolution

By Keith Ogorek

Keith Ogorek is the President of Author Learning Center, an online author education community.

It’s that time of year when many people make resolutions and set goals they want to accomplish in the coming year.

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Photos, Stickers, Animation, and More : A Collection of Visuals for Authors

When it comes to marketing, visuals are all important–both online and off.


Photos are great for blogs as well as for books. Make sure you have the rights to use those photos. 406 more words


Indie Authors: Social Media Marketing Tips

Jane Friedman recommends joining all social media platforms, even if you don’t intend on using it right away (hint: you want to have a good username for if you do decide to use that platform). 279 more words


Indie Authors: Researching Your Books

When writing books, there are a lot of things you can research. What genre should you write in (if you don’t already have a preference)? How can you attract readers? 141 more words


Guest Post: 10 Tips on How to Be Google Friendly in 2018

By Chris Hickman 

As an indie author, it’s important to have a website so people can find out about you and your work. Chris Hickman has some tips on how to make sure your website is easily found in Google’s search engine.

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Indie Authors: Organization and Writing Tips

As an indie author treating writing as a business, it’s important to stay on top of deadlines and to always work on improving your craft. 398 more words