I read Anne’s blog sometimes. Not as much as I should because she writes about some very important topics, and she’s a great resource for writers. Every so often I’ll tweet out a link to one of her posts.
So when I saw she wrote a book about blogging, I bought it ASAP, and one for a friend, too.
This book is great for the author/writer who isn’t sure if they should start an author website or a blog. It’s for the blogger who has been blogging for a while and who not seeing results (results like comments, subscriptions). It’s for the blogger that has lost his or her way. It’s also a wonderful source for maybe a more seasoned blogger who may need to get back to basics.
I belong to one or more categories. I’ve been blogging for over two years, and only now just starting to find some traction–and it’s very little. But Anne reminded me of a few things I’ve forgotten along the way. Simple things like tagging your blog posts with the titles of your books, or remembering to tag a photo with a description for your visually impaired readers.
Anne explains SEO and offers us blog ideas. Something we all need from time to time.
I was delighted to see she knows Barb Drozdowich and recommends Barb’s book about blogging.
I know Barb from Rachel Thompson’s #bookmarketingchat on Twitter, and I have also read her book about blogging. It’s just proof that we’re all friends here. 🙂
If you’re interested in purchasing Anne’s book, click here and this will bring you to her website. She offers links to all her retailers there.
If you’re only interested in buying it from Amazon, you can click here for the buy-link.
Blogging may not be for everyone, but knowing how to start, and how to do it right, can save you time, money, and lots of frustration down the road.
Thanks, Ladies, for writing these awesome books!