Hope you had a great week and that you are planning something really awesome for the weekend. Before you leave for a day trip, here are some posts you should not miss
Questions I hate answering by Lisa I. made me laugh, because I read her blog and Facebook fan page religiously and know how crazy can the questions get.
Lisa has a site and a blog about how to create a website and the most common question on the fan page is “Lisa, I need help, I want to create a website, how do I do that?”…. how about reading the site???
Here is a post explaining the reasons how and why should you increase your prices. Makes a lot of sense, and although my e-book wasn’t priced very high, because I wanted more readers to get a hold of it, it was interesting to see that I had more sales on a paid e-book than downloads on some free books.
I keep repeating often how testing and tracking is important. Don’t forget to measure your social media ROI. You don’t want to be spending whole day on Facebook if Google+ i bringing more traffic with less effort.
Are you showing summary of your post in the RSS feed? Here is a list of reasons why you should show whole posts in RSS feed and make reading easier and faster for your followers.
This is an amazing post with a great message – The difference between a rich and a poor internet marketer. I love the story behind it!
I am sure you learned by now how important the headlines are, but to make sure you know everything about it, here is Stella’s take on writing great headlines.
Read this post and you will NEVER run out of blog post ideas! High quality blog post ideas will work in any niche and you can apply it several times a day without ever running out of them.
While at Tristan’s blog, he is doing a little series, a post a day on the topic of e-books. He came up with this one after finding 900+ unread e-books on his computer. He decided to read them all, or scan them or trash them if they suck from the very beginning and write a post a day on everything he learned that day.
He invited everyone to join him and I might do something similar soon, love the idea. In the mean time, here is one of the lessons from all that reading: 3 big things about naming e-books.
Here is some inspiration from Kikolani, guest post by Matt K. 6 things you can learn from Dr. Seuss.
Let me stop here so I don’t keep you too busy