I'm headed to BEA on Monday!
I can't wait and my time there will benefit all my blogging buddies too because when I get back - we'l have giveaways galore. If you want the minute by minute scoop - you can follow me on twitter. I'll get the scoop and bring it to you :) I also plan to try and blog about each event-filled day.
Getting ready for the Pitch Contest
Came across a few articles to help prepare you for the pitch contest.
How to write a one sentence pitch or one paragraph pitch
The importance of a pitch
Here are my favs for the week:
Why I dumped MySpace - As much as I don't like the site, I had several qualms about deleting that account.
Public speaking for introverts - How can introverts get into the zone more quickly when giving a talk?
10 Magic questions to Hook the Media - The next time a journalist is interviewing you, or a blogger is interested in an idea you’re pitching, ask this question: “Do you need other sources?
To blog or not to blog - I’m intrigued by people who blog. Who are they? What makes what they have to say so important that other people return to their blogs over and over again? More importantly, what part, if any, do blogs play in book sales for an author?
Are you blogging too much? Social media advice from an author.
Tips for Domain Transfers - Here are some tips based on my personal experience with domain transfers. Whether you transfer or not, be sure your domain is set to auto-renew and that your credit card information is accurate.
How do I make my blog posts popular? First of all your article will not go popular automatically once you submit it on Digg.com.
The Real Secret to Twitter - The thing is, you can buy followers (no, I’m not kidding) sort of like buying mailing lists. How effective is buying followers?
The new Like vs the old Fan in Facebook - Last week, Facebook changed their Fan Page setting from becoming a Fan of the Page to choosing to Like the Page. Why?
Facebook - an intregal part of marketing - Facebook, specifically, and social networking, in general, have become integral components of book promotion campaigns. Publishers tell all their authors to build up their base of friends, fans, and followers,