Publishing a non-fiction book will usually make it easy for you to write a blog dedicated to your book. The non-fiction subject of your book and related topics can provide ample blogging material.
People Who Like People…. Are the luckiest People in the world. Are you singing yet? Put Barbra on in the background, because just like everything old is new again, to understand how to build a blog audience, it only takes a little reconnection Fanny Brice style. Social media mavens like to chat about relationships, the new age term for People, one of the original 5P’s of Marketing. If you want to draw people to your blog, take a lesson or two from Fanny Brice and first learn how to work the room.
The battle for readers is going to be won by the bloggers who provide the most useful and entertaining content. A site providing a good, free tool that solves a common problem for your target audience is a link that’s going to be referenced and shared.
It troubles me to see a crew of young vocalists asserting that geezers are now anyone over the age of thirty and the relics who have passed into the forties and beyond are such technology neophytes they think AOL is cutting-edge.
Recently a techie friend of mine, Amani Roberts, introduced me to Posterous and another social media expert recommended Brizzly.
Do the 5Ps of traditional marketing have a place in Blog marketing? There’s likely a place for everything, and this post explores the relevance of Price and Place in the blogsphere.