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Book Business PaperclipPost #73 – Women’s Memoirs, Book Business – Kendra Bonnett and Matilda Butler

memoir-writing-birthday-writing-book-marketingWomen’s Memoirs wishes the Facebook LIKE button a very happy first birthday. And it (the button) and they (Facebook) ought to be pleased with the success of this social tool because the LIKE button’s integration into websites has been remarkable.

LIKE May Not Be Unanimous, But It Sure Is Ubiquitous

Within one week of Facebook introducing the LIKE button, more than 50,000 site owners had added the button. By the end of the first month, some 100,000 sites had LIKE buttons. Currently, an estimated 10,000 sites are adding the button EACH DAY. As of this writing, more than 2.5 million sites have installed LIKE buttons. [click to continue…]

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Memoir: Day 4 of Life’s New Adventure – A Moveable Feast

by Matilda ButlerNovember 26, 2010
Memoir: Day 4 of Life’s New Adventure – A Moveable Feast

Matilda Butler continues with Day 4 (Thanksgiving) of her new life adventure — moving from California to Oregon.

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Lists for Writers: 10 Tips for Blogging Your Memoir or Any Book

by Kendra BonnettOctober 24, 2010
Lists for Writers: 10 Tips for Blogging Your Memoir or Any Book

Lists for Writers looks at blogging this week. Blogging is the best way we know to build a following of readers for your books. And you’ll get more attention from agents and publishers if you have a strong blog.

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Building a Memoir Writing Platform: What Is Your Message? (Part 2)

by Kendra BonnettFebruary 28, 2010
Building a Memoir Writing Platform: What Is Your Message? (Part 2)

Our series continues as we take you through the process of finding a platform for your memoir writing. We start with asking the who, what, where, when, why and how questions. Once we identify our platform, we need to put in place a marketing strategy and selling tactics.

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Is Blogging Dead…and Should I Care?

by Kendra BonnettAugust 17, 2009
Is Blogging Dead…and Should I Care?

This post came out of a issue I posed on Story Circle Network’s Telling HerStories blog…some in the media feels blogging is dead. We use this post to explain the role of blogging in our business…why we blog and how we succeed.

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