How to Blog a Book
A Step-by-Step Guide for Writing, Publishing & Promoting Your Manuscript on the Internet
Why I Decided to Start a Blog on How to Blog a Book
What is a blog?
Who can Blog? Who can Blog a Book?
What Subjects Can I Blog About or Blog a Book About?
Are You Willing to Approach Your Blogged Book Like a Business Person?
You Can Publish As You Write (Part 1)
You Get Exposure and Build “Platform” (Part 2)
It Can Give You Expert Status (Part 3)
Your Writing Gets Read (Part 4)
To Test Market Your Idea (Part 5)
For the Daily Writing Commitment (Part 6)
To Get Feedback on Your Writing (Part 7)
To Make Sure you Complete your Manuscript
You and Your Blog Might Get Discovered! (Part 9)
To Show What You’ve Got…But Not All You’ve Got (Part 10)
Choose a Topic (part 1)
Hone Your Subject (part 2)
Figure Out What Resources You Need (part 3)
Identify Your Book’s Theme (part 4)
Start with a Business Plan or Book Proposal (part 5)
The Parts of a Proposal
The Overview: Your Book’s Message
Overview: Why You Want to Write This Book
Overview: Create a Title for Your Book
Overview: Write a Pitch for Your Book
Overview: The Features and Benefits of Your Book
Markets: Who Will Read Your Blogged Book?
Subsidiary Rights and Spin-Offs
Promotion: This Means Getting Social
Know Your Competition to Angle for Success
What Do You Need to Complete Your Book?
Why You Are the Best Person to Write Your Book
Are You on a Mission?
Creating a Platform for You and Your Book
Planning Your Posts or Screen-Sized Content
Hosted or Self-Hosted, That’s the Question
Purchase a Domain Name
You Need Pages
Writing Your Blog Posts or Blogged Book Chapters
Writing for the Internet: Be Conversational
Writing for the Internet: Use Keywords in Your Posts
Writing for the Internet: Compare Keywords
Writing for the Internet: Increase Ranking and Readers with Links
Blogging on a Schedule or Scheduling Your Posts
How to Schedule Your Blog Posts to Publish Later
Keeping Up with Your Blog When Using the Scheduling Option
How to Reply to Blog Comments
Making Sure the “World” Knows You’ve Published in Cyberspace
How to “Ping” Your Blog Posts to Ping Servers
Authors Must Become Savvy Social Networkers
Tweeting Your Blogged Book Posts to Twitter
Sharing Your Blogged Book Posts on Facebook
Offering Links to Your Blogged Book Posts on Linkedin
Increasing Traffic by Commenting on Blogs
Content is King…So Get Writing!
Turning Your Blogged Book Into a POD book
Turning Your Blogged Book Into an E-Book
Market Your Blogged Book to an Agent or Publisher
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