Posts tagged with ‘writer platforms’

  • Building Author Visibility Before a Book Launch: A 10-Point Plan

    By Jennifer Mattern on January 26, 2016
    When it comes to book marketing, I frequently mention that promotion is something authors need to think about early -- even before your books are published. A part of that is building your author platform and gaining visibility (and an audience of readers anxious to buy your book when it's released). This year one of my biggest projects involves building […]
  • What is a Freelance Writer Platform?

    By Jennifer Mattern on March 10, 2015
    I'm a guest today at Alicia Rades' Freelancer FAQs blog, where I answer the questions: "What is a freelance writer platform?" and "Do I need one?" If you're a new or aspiring freelance writer and those questions have ever crossed your mind, I urge you to check out the guest post. You'll find: A basic explanation of writer platforms, as […]
  • The 30 Day Marketing Boot Camp 2nd Edition: Now Available

    By Jennifer Mattern on June 5, 2014
    If you've been a reader of All Indie Writers (and previously All Freelance Writing) for a while, you know I'm a big fan of what I like to call "query-free freelancing." This is a marketing strategy that takes a different approach than traditional querying to land freelance writing gigs. Instead, it's about doing things that attract clients to you. A big part […]
  • Freelance Marketing — Moving Beyond Job Boards

    By Jennifer Mattern on October 13, 2011
    This article is a part of a five post series for Demand Media Studios writers and others interested in leaving content mills and other low paying freelance writing jobs behind.  In our last post we talked about marketing your freelance writing services and how you should focus on basic market research, specialty target markets, and creating a marketing plan instead […]