Honestly, I am not even sure I did it right. I shall find out soon. So many of the experts know this works. Most of them use the funnel book and the magnet book to get the email lists. To be quite honest, I know I've read the email list trick many times, but I am still not sure what to do after I get tons of email addresses. On my children's book landing page, so far, I have three on my list. One of those email addresses is me; I was testing it to make sure it worked. I don't believe I am approaching that in the correct manner. I will have to continue rereading Nick's free book. As for the 30-day challenge, I learned more about Twitter and a few tips on Facebook that I was not aware of. It is supposed to be one day at a time but a few of the days were easy, so I didn't follow directions and compiled two days into one. I also had a Facebook account and that day I skipped.
My first paperback was recently able to be distributed to other sites as of yesterday. I did not research enough my first book, nor did I investigate much with my second. As a matter of fact, I am still learning a lot as I continue on this journey. I am aware of the benefits of … Continue reading Growing Pains…Is It Beneficial To Buy Your Own ISBN or Get the Amazon Freebie?
Earlier this week I needed to complete some tasks and wrote my to-do list. Here it is: clean up my Gmail account. Find my comments on my account (I know I have them, my phone told me) figure out how to perma free my one book After I published this list, I received a comment … Continue reading Growing Pains…Completing My To-Do List
Starting out in any new business or career is difficult. As a teacher, you are assigned a cooperating teacher for two semesters before you graduate or receive your certification. You work with one teacher twice a week during your practicum semester. The student teacher moves on to working daily with the cooperating teacher before becoming a … Continue reading Growing Pains…Following Experienced Authors/Bloggers is Crucial
When I began the blogging journey, I had no followers, no likes, no readers. As I received emails stating my stats of likes, followers, and comments, I created folders for each category. Let's face it, everyone knows that giddy feeling of your first follower, that first like and your first comment which wasn't your aunt … Continue reading Growing Pains…E-Mails and Contacts
I can't afford to shell out the hundreds of dollars to a narrator. I have a fear of commitment. I also have little patience, so waiting for weeks on someone to read my story and get back to me is not an option for me. I read a few articles on DIY audiobooks. I was … Continue reading Growing Pains…DIY Audiobook, Tougher Than They Say
I have been writing for only three months now, but I realized that I have learned A LOT in this little amount of time. I have much more to learn, I know. Since the beginning of June, I have published four novelettes, four children's books and two free books for e-mail lists, plus poems and … Continue reading Growing Pains…Rewriting Content in Published Books