October 21, 2015 · 10:05 am
Found thiis today on Jean Cogdell’s blog, jeanswriting.com. It’s a guest post on Jane Friedman’s site, so you can be sure it’s good. It addresses something that’s been plaguing me since I republished my horse-racing mysteries: how any book can stand out in a daily barrage of dozens of titles spammed (it feels like) at random. Targeting markets has made more sense to me from the start, and this article provides some specific steps to get that done. Let me know if you have any additional ideas!
If you want to get the word out to your target audience, click and read how.
A must read post byAngela Ackerman
Posted onOctober 12, 2015 on Jane Friedman’s blog is one of the best blog posts I’ve read in like forever.
I understand the importance of connections. But where do I make the right ones?
How do I find who my target audience is?
Angela gets specific and provides links to get us started.
At our house, ask a question and the answer is automatic. “Google it.” But now the question is “Google what?” Angela explains how to expand your search to reach the right targets.
Okay, now how about Soovle it?
This website takes it to a whole different level. Thank you Angela!
I’ll add one more tip I use, Twitter search. You’ll be surprised how…
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