Now is when the fun begins!
This post is supposed to concisely present a few tidbits I learned from the 30 Day Book Marketing Challenge. Frankly, I am too overwhelmed to to do so!
Am I the only one who feels like they just gorged themselves at an info-buffet? Phew! I tell ya, the last few weeks were like Thanksgiving for the brain. I need to plop on the couch for a bit and digest all the things we’ve learned.
I’m not complaining, though, because now is when the fun really begins! Now is when we get to implement all the helpful action steps we were given these past few weeks. Because even though the 30 Day Book Marketing Challenge is ending, it is really just the beginning for all who participated.
I’m excited! Are you?
How D’vorah Lansky Spoiled Me
My hat’s off to D’vorah Lansky. She did a great job putting 30 Day Book Marketing Challenge together. Take a bow, D’vorah – you’ve earned it!
I especially appreciate how D’vorah chose presenters who offered actionable tools. It gave us all a chance to sample their offerings and pursue the teachers who are the best fit for our particular learning style.
As an indie author, I have a small window in my daily schedule for marketing and promotion. D’vorah’s 30 Day Marketing Challenge saved me hours and hours of time by serving up great content with actionable steps each day. This wasn’t merely a “sit back and listen” experience, it was a “jump in and do” experience.
It’s made me a bit spoiled!
Join me on Twitter
I often process new info by explaining it to others, so I am eager to share what I learned during the 30 Day Book Marketing Challenge with all my writing pals. I lead a weekly Twitter chat each Thursday night at 8pm EDT, so I look forward to sharing what I’ve learned there, too, especially with the many indie authors who join us each week.
If you are on Twitter, tweet me a howdy @TuiSnider. I will follow you back, unless of course, you’re a scammy spam bot! ;p
To learn more about #StoryDam chat, check out this link: #StoryDam chat for writers on Twitter. In a nutshell, it’s a chat for writers of all stripes and at all stages in their career.
Would you like to be a chat guest?
While I’m at it, if you would like to be a guest at an upcoming #StoryDam chat let me know in the comments below. Chat attendees have been asking for more marketing tips lately.
Time to roll up your sleeves: What will you do first?
Are you excited to dive into all the new things you’ve learned during the 30 Day Book Challenge? What will you do first? Do you have a pile of messy notes both online and on paper? (I know I do!) How are you digesting all this helpful information? I look forward to hearing from you!