Posts tagged with ‘Blogging’

  • Subscribe to All Indie Writers for a Free Collection of Fiction Author Blog Post Ideas

    By Jennifer Mattern on January 29, 2015
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    On Friday I'll release the first subscribers-only freebie to everyone who's subscribed to the All Indie Writers newsletter. This freebie will be a collection of 21 author blog post ideas to promote your fiction. The resource also serves as an introduction to an upcoming e-book release, The Busy Author's Guide to Blogging. If you subscribe now, you'll receive a download link […]
  • Bad Pitching and Bitching: Should Journalists Expose Bad PR Pitches?

    By Jennifer Mattern on January 28, 2015
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    This post was originally published on NakedPR.com (my now-retired blog featuring commentary on PR and social media issues). While I'm considering reviving my Naked PR brand this year, I'm considering taking it in a slightly different direction -- back to its roots. In the meantime, I'm moving most of the original content to other sites I own, saving only a […]
  • Revenue Streams for Writers: Blogs and E-books (Podcast)

    By Jennifer Mattern on January 8, 2015
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    Today I released the first podcast episode for 2015 (and sixth overall). In this episode I mostly deal with the topic of revenue streams for writers. First, I run through eleven blog revenue streams you can use to monetize blogs of your own. Then I tackle a question about e-book revenue (and share a story about my own first e-book, […]
  • Taking a Holiday From Your Blog (Podcast)

    By Jennifer Mattern on December 18, 2014
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      Today marks not only my last working day of the year, but also the last All Indie Writers Podcast episode of 2014. Episode 5 picks up where episode 4 left off, with more tips on keeping your blog active even while you take a holiday. In this episode I share tips on not only keeping your blog fresh with new […]
  • Targeting and Pitching Bloggers: With Pro Blogger Darren Rowse

    By Jennifer Mattern on December 17, 2014
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    This post is the second in a two-part series with Darren Rowse of ProBlogger.net. This was originally published on May 6, 2008 on my now-retired public relations blog, NakedPR.com. That blog is being completely dismantled while I re-evaluate plans for the brand, with key content being preserved on other blogs I own. While this post was originally written for a target […]
  • Answers to Your Blogging Questions

    By Jennifer Mattern on December 10, 2014
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    Episode four of the All Indie Writers Podcast was released last week, and the show notes were published today. This episode was a special Q&A feature covering blogging-related questions submitted by members of the community. Questions for this episode were submitted by Anne Wayman, KeriLynn Engel, and Emily Fowler as entries for episode two's e-book giveaway. In this podcast episode, the […]
  • Princess Jones to Guest Co-Host the All Indie Writers Podcast

    By Jennifer Mattern on November 10, 2014
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    Just a quick announcement: Princess Jones will be my first guest co-host on the All Indie Writers Podcast, co-hosting the third episode scheduled for Thursday, November 20th. As mentioned in the first episode (listen below if you missed it), I'll bring on occasional guest co-hosts for casual, frank discussions rather than taking the traditional route of bringing on interview subjects. […]
  • Quick Tip: Use Google Webmaster Tools for Your Writer Website or Blog

    By Jennifer Mattern on September 16, 2014
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    Readers and colleagues often come to me with questions about problems they're having with their websites or blogs. In some cases, such as sudden search engine ranking issues or site indexing problems, one of the first things I tend to ask them is to check Google Webmaster Tools. That's when I sometimes get the mind-blowing responses of "What's that?" or "I […]
  • Writing Challenges Update (and August’s Challenge Details)

    By Jennifer Mattern on August 2, 2014
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    Let's jump right in with this month's writing challenge. We're doing a 30 in 30 days type of challenge, focused on short-form writing. You can choose the type of writing you want to do for this challenge, depending on your goals. My recommendations are to focus on: Blogging (ideal for pro bloggers, nonfiction writers, or anyone using blogging as a […]
  • Quick Tip: Use a Blog Editorial Calendar

    By Jennifer Mattern on June 17, 2014
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    Whether you manage one blog or many, content planning can become overwhelming at times. A simple tool to help with your content strategy is a blog editorial calendar. My old editorial calendars focused on monthly topics, but I didn't go much further than that. They were meant to be rough guides to help me focus my blog posts around important […]