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Keys to Blogging Your Book into Existence

If you’re a writer who has a concept for a book but isn’t quite ready to put pen to paper – or are more techy but aren’t sure how to where to start, “Blog Your Book into Existence,” is ready to answer your questions and guide you to success. Here’s an overview of the 5 keys to blogging your book, how to get started, keep up and ultimately turn your blog into a best selling book — blog

  1. Be persistent. In order to receive grand results you must keep adding content to your blog. Make sure you blast a post at least 3 – 4 times a week.
  2. Write short teasers. Don’t post all of your content on your blog. Put a few paragraphs on each subject then at the end post a link to pre-order your book. Once the reader is engaged in the information you are providing, capturing them at the moment is crucial to get sales for you book and/or services.
  3. SEO. Make sure to utilize key words to drive traffic to your blog.
  4. Pictures. Always use a photo and bane the image appropriately. I get traffic now from people googling: Bachelor Pad Logo, because I posted it on a blog and named the file right.
  5. Publicize. Hook up all your other social media so your posts are blasted out into the universe. Its difficult keeping up with all social media, but linking them with one click of a button saves you a ton of time.

“Blog Your Book into Existence” goes in depth with each key to set you and your blog up for success! Get your copy today here!

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Write a Book Yourself: Step #2 Start Blogging

If you have not already created a blog, do it now. It’s free and a great way to drive traffic to your website, to get your SEO (Search Engine Optimization) high in Google rankings for you or your company, and to write your book.

Once you have set up your own blog you will have a platform that allows you to organize your words. If you’re not good at just sitting down and writing 10,000 words, blogs can greatly help you finish your book. They are much easier because they’re done in short chunks. A blog should not be more than 2-3 paragraphs—short, nice and sweet bits of information for the reader. Also, if you start publishing small bits of information out there once or twice a week, it’s giving your audience little teasers of what’s to come in your book.

After you start getting into posting and organizing your blogs, you can start publicizing them and incorporating them into your social media to read a wider audience.

If you have never blogged before or aren’t familiar with SEO, don’t worry. The book will break it down step by step with instructions to walk you through the process.

Tara Richter Author & Publisher

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