Angela Booth has just released a new guide for writers, which helps them to develop name recognition and visibility. This guide is: "You're A Celebrity: Advertising And Branding Tricks For Writers." It's available now, as a prelaunch offering.
The guide helps its readers to make the switch from amateur to professional status, and reap the rewards.
They do this by discovering the importance of promotions and branding. They also learn to avoid some of the common pitfalls of branding. Angela says that she explains why writers should allow their branding efforts to grow organically. This is because as a writer gains experience, he invariably changes focus. He may change from writing for magazines for example, to copywriting for the Web.
Many writers never understand the importance of becoming known as a writer. Name recognition is vital. In practical terms, becoming known means that the writer receives a constant flow of clients and opportunities.
Angela says: "I created this package because my writing students were floundering in this area and missing out on opportunities. Many writers are nervous about self-promotion. Unfortunately, this means that they don't get the opportunities they deserve -- clients who would love to hire them don't know they exist."
The guide helps both new and established writers. It's comprehensive, and includes a series of videos, to help readers to create their first promotion quickly.
Angela has tested the guide on her students. "I wanted to make sure that the strategies worked quickly and well. I'm pleased that the early readers are getting great results," she said.
As with all her writing reference material, Angela includes coaching in the offering. She says: "My goal is to ensure that readers get the results they want. Coaching ensures that they do."
Further information on "You're A Celebrity: Advertising And Branding Tricks For Writers" is available here.
Angela Booth is a top copywriter, and writing teacher. She offers many guides, courses and classes to help writers to enhance their skills. She also provides inspiration and motivation for writers on her writing blogs. Angela has been writing successfully since the late 1970s, and was online in the 1980s, long before the birth of the Web. Her business books have been widely published.