3 S.R. Johannes: Friday Five/Marketing Round Up

Friday, November 06, 2009

Friday Five/Marketing Round Up

Side notes

I have received several awards recently. Thank you so much and I promise to catch up on passing those on this week. :)

Marketing favs for the week

Marketing: the Snowball Effect - Elizabeth Dulemba interview on Cynsations talking about marketing as a two-phase process. There’s general marketing (getting your name out there), and then there’s specific marketing (focusing on a particular title).

Social Media Marketing Plan - From social media networks to blogs, widgets, tweets and hot mobile apps marketers are faced with more choices than we ever could have imagined.

Writerpreneurs - ">Creating multiple writing gigs is one way to accomplish that. Another way to add a stream, while building your writer's brand, is developing a product line.

Helping those who Talk Less Get heard More - Currently winning our race for most intriguing book title of 2009 is the oxymoronic "Self-Promotion for Introverts" by Nancy Ancowitz (McGraw Hill).Ms. Ancowitz clearly has mastered what an introvert needs to know about self-promotion.

Turn twitter friends into real friends -
Your Twitter brand should have both personal and professional elements to it. In order to create real relationships your Twitter friends should trust you.

Have a great weekend!


ali cross said...

I missed ALL these articles, so thank you for linking them!

DL Hammons said...

Self-promotion for introverts is right up my alley! Ring me up.

Tess said...

hooray for Corey -- must pop over and congratulate her. :)

Corey Schwartz said...

Hi Shelli, Thanks for the shout out, but I had to take the post down temporarily!

Kelly H-Y said...

SO excited for both LiLa and Corey!!!! Awesome!!

Susan R. Mills said...

Yes, congrats to Corey. It's exciting.

Christina Farley said...

More great stuff! Thanks.

Elizabeth O. Dulemba said...

Thanks for the shout-out Shelli! :) e

CJ Omololu said...

Love the Friday links because I always miss this stuff! Keep it up.

Donna Gambale said...

Just letting you know, this post earned you the title Most Likely to Know the Answer to Your Question on the First Novels Club blog!