Published by The YP Publishing, August 2012,
Author Yvonne Wu, ISBN # 978-0-9813025-1-5
The Internet is often the first place that people turn to for information about anything and anyone. Company addresses, information about a person, and reviews about a company are a click away. Potential visitors rely on the Internet to learn about specials, book releases, events, and information. Your website is your storefront and it enables you to reach a global market. Having a website that supplies this information is a necessary component of running a business.
As an author and speaker, the Internet becomes a business channel to network, advertise your products and services, and build a following on a global level. Learn how to create your first blog, effectively market your blog and create passive income opportunities in our new ebook, “Blogging for Smarties Blogging for Authors and Speakers,” which will walk you through the steps of building an extremely effective website.
In this 43-page guide, you will learn:
You will be stunned on how easy it is! The Complete Edition includes two videos that show you how to setup your blog. Click here to buy on Kindle for $15.00. Type your password and access your video’s here http://theyppublishing.com/video-training/.
Blogging for Smarties Blogging for Authors and Speakers Short Edition users can purchase their video’s here. Upon receipt of purchase your password will be sent to you. Type your password and access your video’s here http://wp.me/P1TrmE-1XR . Blogging for Smarties Short Edition without video access can be purchased at Kobo, Apple, Barnes & Noble and other retailers.
What People are Saying…
Writing a blog or podcast or even starting your own website might be more than a little enamoring to some. With all the technology out there, some of us still need to be held by the hand and guided through the steps. This Is The Book! Author Yvonne Wu takes the time to introduce WordPress and explain what it is and isn’t capable of doing. She then provides snapshots of screens as examples so that there is no misunderstanding. It doesn’t stop there! Tips on the various applications are provided to enable the reader to use the program to its maximum potential.
I am personally so glad to have had the chance to read this short how-to book. Researching and contemplating on a blog and website for quite a while, now, it just seemed too difficult to proceed. My mind has been changed! I feel empowered by the simplicity of it all. The language is something anyone with a little computer knowledge can understand. Suggestions provided by the author seem logical and to the point. I vow to try at least some of them! Writing a reference guide, especially one regarding websites and so on surely must be somewhat difficult but Ms. Wu makes it seem as though it were as natural as breathing. This book would be great for tutorial centers, libraries, computer labs and of course the home collection. I highly recommend “Blogging for Smarties” to anyone with an inkling to delve into their own cyber presence.
Reviewed by Brenda Ballard, for Readers Favorite
“Before designing your website (or before you approach a web designer), identify your target market so you can create a website that will attract your intended audience.”
Today, it takes a lot more than a way with words to be a successful author. The quality of an author’s work is arguably just as important as how they market themselves. Yvonne Wu has provided a strong compendium for authors hoping to make their work stand out amid the information age’s new multitudes of authors.
The publishing industry has changed dramatically. Without publishers willing to take a chance on emerging fiction, it behooves the self-published author to become his or her own marketing department. The easiest way for an author to do this, Wu explains, is to cultivate a strong web presence. Wu steers her readers toward WordPress, an accessible blogging/web hosting platform. Geared toward both the tech-savvy and inexperienced author, she explains, step by step, how to create a blog from the ground, up.
Taking things a step further, Wu provides instruction on how to make your blog pay, a place where other how-to guides fall short. Through the use of syndication techniques, such as RSS feeds and social networks, Wu instructs the reader on how to bring in the traffic that can translate to cash flow through speaking engagements and advertising.
In the new fiction and non-fiction market, the harsh reality is that crafting strong prose is not enough to sell. The market is awash with talent—and your talent needs to stand out. Wu’s guide to blog creation and strategies will help you ensure your work gets the attention it deserves.
Reviewed by Patrick Hensley, for The US Review of Books
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Have you found that in order to find the answers on how to do something you found yourself buying several books? One book to learn blogging basics and another book that teaches you how to blog. Find the answers in one complete book. Most blogging books are very general and are not targeting the needs of a specific occupation. Blogging for Smarties Complete Edition has how to’s, strategies and solutions that meet the needs of Authors and Speakers.
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