Here’s what we discussed on the blogs this week…
You’ve written a novel or nonfiction ebook and published it on the Kindle platform. Kudos to you, that’s a huge accomplishment. So, how do you get reviews?
Here’s how freelancing is supposed to work: you do the work, you get paid.
Often it works that way just fine. Sometimes it doesn’t.
Just two years ago, you could run a content marketing campaign, and you were golden. Visibility was yours. You could pat yourself on the back. “Content marketing works”, you said, thinking about all those poor fools who were paying for traffic.
Are you achieving what you want to achieve as a writer? If you aren’t, the reason is procrastination.
Here’s the thing about procrastination. It’s hard to identify. It’s sneaky. I’m sure that you have many excellent reasons you can’t achieve a full-time writing career, or achieve whatever it is you want to achieve.
OK, everyone look busy, here comes Google with yet another update: Penguin… and with further updates to Panda.
If you’re feeling like a galley slave of old as you try to maintain your search engine visibility, I sympathize. From what I’ve heard, lots of others are feeling bruised and mistreated too.