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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.
Regardless of how you feel about it, the bottom line is that there's opportunity for brands (bloggers, small businesses, etc) IF you can get a handle on a few key tactics that can drive your success. In this FREE webinar event, we'll explore three key questions we run into frequently with Facebook users who have ideas to share.
Dan King will share from his experiences in self-publishing e-books, and how he used an e-book to make himself more marketable and land a book deal with a large traditional publisher. And learn why he’s not stopping with self-publishing e-books after reaching his ultimate goal.
While email may seem somewhat passé in a world dominated by social media, studies show that it’s still the most direct, personal, and effective way to communicate with your readers. The reality is that building (and nurturing) a strong mailing list of readers is the single best thing you can do to grow your platform as a writer.
This (free) live event, designed as a follow-up to the Fistbump Media School of Blog Redesign, will be an open Q+A on anything related to blog design. So bring your questions, and we'll spend an hour talking through anything you want! We can look at your blog, talk about things you struggle with, discuss how to implement blog design best practices, or anything else that's on your mind.
Most bloggers we know didn’t start a blog because they enjoy website design. They typically do it because they’re writers, and blogging is an outlet to get their words out to potential readers. But good writing isn’t the only factor that causes readers to visit (and stay at) your blog.