Jeff Rivera has over 100 clients to date and has a 100% track record for getting at least 10 literary agents requesting to read his clients’ manuscripts and proposals. He is the founder of HowtoWriteaQueryLetter.com. This site provides some good advice on approaching agents and publishers. He’s a straight shooter who seems to have his hand on the pulse of what’s happening in publishing. HowtoWriteaQueryLetter.com.
As their site states, Social Media Examiner is your guide to the social media jungle. This is an especially good site for those of us who are stymied about what’s important and what’s not important when it comes to Facebook, Twitter, etc. socialmediaexaminer.com/.
HubSpot is an online marketing service offering many services that might interest you. However, they also offer some very good free downloads. It’s worth getting on their email list (just download a free ebook). They also alert you to upcoming webinars. hubspot.com/.
InfusionSoft is another marketing service. You will find free downloads, videos, alerts on webinars, and a blog with more advice. infusionsoft.com/.
ReadWriteWeb provides news and helpful tips on social media. It’s worth exploring this site (check out Top Topics and Reports in particular) for what interests you. readwriteweb.com/.
Dan Blank’s We Grow Media provides intelligent opinions on what’s happening in social media. The site also provides articles by others on things like creating an effective website. This site is well worth subscribing to. wegrowmedia.com/.
Lyris is an email/enewsletter company with email campaign products. They also provide some free downloads that will provide information on how to make the most of your own email campaign. lyris.com/.
Publish Your Own Ebooks provides helpful information and free downloads on epublishing. It’s well worth subscribing to this site. publishyourownebooks.com/.
Publetariat is an online community and news channel designed for self-published authors and small, independent imprints. There is a lot of valuable information for those of us who want to self publish. publetariat.com/.
The Domino Project has many articles of interest to self-publishers. thedominoproject.com/.
I hope I haven’t overwhelmed you with all this information. I would suggest saving this blog and maybe exploring each site every other day or so.
Take heart and remember: Your main “job” is writing.
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