Here’s an interview I did recently with Dave Chesson of Kindlepreneur about selling books on Kindle. You can listen online by clicking the play button above or read the transcript below. If you’d like to download the audio to listen to later, click this button:
Have you ever written a paragraph in your book, rewrote it, written another paragraph, and then went back and rewrote that too?
And on and on and on…
An hour goes by.
You realise you haven’t written anything at all. All you’ve done is rewrite the same part of your book.
For years, I wrote like this. I worked on my stories and ideas, and I spent hours tinkering with my sentences, moving the nouns around and looking for the right verbs. This is a terrible way to write, and in this post I’ll offer you an editing checklist and explain how to use it:
There’s a blogging tool for that.
I’ve been using SumoMe for over a year now as a blogging tool for increasing website traffic and growing my email list.
In this detailed review, I’ll answer the question: is Sumo (formerly SumoMe) any good?
I’ll also explain how I use Sumo (formerly SumoMe) on Become a Writer Today and help you figure out if it’s a suitable blogging tool for you.
To maintain the interest of your followers and attract new followers, you need to produce engaging and useful content on a regular basis. Unfortunately, coming up with writing ideas can be a major challenge.
After all, before you publish a single blog post you must…
- Find topics that are timely and relevant to your readers
- Conduct research
- Create and publish your post
- Promote your content
- Get your audience involved in discussions about your posts
- Share your content
To make things more complex, most blog posts don’t happen one at a time. You may be in the promotional phase with one post, writing another, and hunting down topic ideas for a third.
Fortunately, there are many utilities that bloggers can use to create posts that relevant and that incite engagement.