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Don’t go into the next year doing the same things you’ve been doing that aren’t getting you the traffic you want. You work hard, pouring yourself into your writing. And there are people out there who need your voice in their lives.
Admit it. If you’re a writer, then you’ve likely dreamed of being a best-selling author. Many writers go to great lengths to study what great writers say about writing. We strive to develop ourselves in the craft of writing. But being a great writer is more than just being able to write well.
It’s November. That means it is National Novel Writing Month, more often called #NaNoWriMo. If you’re participating, then you are likely busting your tail right now trying to figure out how to get to your 50,000-word count goal. More power to ya! But what are you going to do when you’re done?
A website with a blog provides you with a great deal of opportunity to reach people. Learn how to create great blog content, promote it well on social media, and easily re-purpose it into other formats which can be shared again over time.
Search engines are a great source for new blog traffic. Learn how to develop a strong SEO foundation, create well-optimized SEO content, and techniques that will boost your efforts to find new readers.
Learn about all of the resources you need to build relationships in the online writing community and take intentional steps to grow and progress in a sustainable, enjoyable writing life. Based on the popular Start-Up Guide for Online Writers e-course, Dan and Kate will walk through the key ideas for building your platform as an online writer.
Hear from content and community experts Dan King and Crystal Stine as they discuss the different kinds of content, and how effective use of social media and micro-content can help boost your strategy for your bigger story shared elsewhere.
Managing a successful blog can be one of the most rewarding and most stressful things you'll ever do as a writer. And it can be overwhelming sorting through all of the options (and noise) about what you need to do to be a great blogger. Many bloggers end up feeling paralyzed when it comes to figuring out the right way to manage everything.