. . . blog.
If I had to choose one marketing strategy to fit into an incredibly busy life and didn’t cost a penny, it would be my blog.
This blog automatically feeds every post to Facebook, Twitter, and Linked In. As soon as I sort the technical details, it will automatically post to Google+ and Pinterest.
(Update #1: Continue reading “Marketing Strategy: No Budget? No Time? The One Thing I Would Do Is . . .”
Dan Pink shared 4 lessons from Manage Your Day-to-Day in his newsletter. Number 1 has been on my radar since a recent chat with Mark McGuinness (who wrote one section of the book.)
“The single most important change you can make in your working habits is to switch to creative work first, reactive work second. This means blocking off a large chunk of time every day for creative work on your own priorities, with the phone and e-mail off.”
I posted the graphic a couple days ago. Here’s the detail:
Continue reading “Planning My Days Around Willpower”
Well, if you equate self-publishing with uploading files to CreateSpace, yeah, that’s easy.
For reference, here’s my process. Less easy, I’d say:
Continue reading “Is Self-Publishing Easy?”