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I promise, I'm not a jerk. I'm just being honest.
Given my exposure to life and marketing in a digital world, while I don't always do what I know I inevitably will need to, I don't really seek out books about blogging and social media. Opening one of these books is the equivalent of cracking open a bottle of Sominex.
Novel Blogging is a surprising and welcome change. The information contained in this book makes it clear how to go about marketing yourself in the digital world via your blog. Not only that, but it takes you by the hand as you figure out what your focus should be.
What really sets this book apart is how it gives you actual action items throughout. I've always found most advice books to be rather pointless; endless prattling of someone else's opinion, but no call to action. This book encourages you to not just read the information, but apply it in practical ways right away.
Ever find yourself struggling to figure out what to post when you sit down in front of your blog? This book provides you with excellent blogging prompts (lots of them), prompts that will lead to posts that engage your audience.
In addition, the online resources cited throughout the book are handy and relevant. At your fingertips, you'll have everything (and I do mean everything) to put together a substantial online presence.
Something is to be said, too, for the voice of this book.Read more ›
The book gives you enough tools to get you started without overwhelming you with information, because the author acknowledges the importance of spending the bulk of your time on creating great stuff (and not on wowing that one person who will buy one of your products).
If you are not sure what to write about - there is a wealth of prompts to keep you going and most of them can be adapted to any industry. My favourite section is the World Building prompts - while they appear to be more suitable for authors, they make for very creative posts if you adapt them to your own niche. For example, could you interview your product? If your product was music, how would it sound?