Successful authorneers continuously work on growing their list of email subscribers, because they know that they translate into readers and more books sold. There are many ways to grow your list of readers, but one isn’t used as often as it could be: Content locking.
Category Archives: Building Relationships
Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, did you meet clients and vendors in person? If so, I bet that’s changed and you’re now holding online meetings. But are you doing them right? Virtual meeting guru Howard Tiersky pinpoints a few common flub-ups you’ll want to avoid in this guest post.
Has civility ceased to be a trait we strive for? I don’t know about you, but I’ve noticed a rise in unkindness in the world: On social media, on college campuses, in the media. And it makes me sick. In this article, Ronnie Blair shares some thoughts on this topic.
To be effective at relationship marketing, you need to know your audience. One aspect of knowing your audience is discerning how much interaction—via email, social media, etc.—is effective, and how much is just TOO much.
Every January, about 40 percent of all Americans vow to change one thing or another about their life. These New Year resolutions usually fall under the following categories: Wellness – Weight loss, nutrition, fitness, etc. Finance – Money, career, business, etc. Personal development – Stress management, time management, skill development […]
Weekday Wisdom, Episode 95 An interview with Content Creation Coach Sarah Schwab, Part 2 How do you develop a relationship using content? In part two of my interview with Sarah Schwab, the Content Creation Coach, we’re going to find out how you build relationships with conversational copy. Did you miss […]