“Engagement is the key! When you’re promoting a book, an event, a product or service, engagement with your readers, attendees, clients or customers continues way beyond those.”……Susan Ordona
Tip: Motivation For Writing Your Book
When you’re writing your book, it’s great when you can just write and get your writing “juices” up on a consistent basis.
Some people do this with just their ideas from their fingers to their computers or their writing pens to their writing pads, while others struggle to keep the momentum.
So how do you get motivated either to start writing or keep on writing your book?
One really effective way for me is having a mock up book cover in front of me. Seeing that keeps me going as I’m envisioning a finished book staring at me.
Have maybe a few of the book covers around your house as your sources of motivation to keep writing your book.
Have a book cover designer make a book cover for you, even a preliminary one. You can design one yourself too.
Then have that book cover printed and wrap that around another book as if it’s the real book you’re writing.
Even better, have more than one printed and wrapped around other books.
One of the things I wrote about in my book, “Sold Out: Top Event Marketing Strategies to Create the Social Media Buzz for your Next Event” on Chapter Four: Event Planning 101 is about finding a venue. From the book, “Finding the venue or location of your event is challenging as there are many pieces […]
Sold Out: Top Event Marketing Strategies to Create Social Media Buzz for your Next Event (Social Buzz for Biz Press)
This well written, practical, and user friendly book shows how social media plays a very important role in event marketing.
The focus is on live events mostly, although it also touches on virtual events to create the social media buzz for seminars, conferences, workshops, summits. The author laid out easy-to-implement strategies here so you can develop a blueprint for marketing your event in no time.