Most bloggers find themselves concerned with search engine optimization (SEO). Anyone writing for or on the Internet knows they want their writing easily found by search engines—and, therefore, by Internet users looking for the information in their blogs. However, Duane Forrester of Microsoft says most bloggers can use basic SEO skills and find some success […]
9 Reasons to Write a Book through Blogging
I have devoted a whole blog to the subject of why aspiring authors should consider blogging a book rather than writing a book. I suggest that taking this approach offers a quick and easy way to get your book written. It’s also a great way to gain readers in the process, thus accomplishing your pre-publication […]
Why You Shouldn’t–or Should–Blog a Book
I came across an interesting blog post not long ago and bookmarked it. I also left a comment. If you are considering blogging a book, you might want to read it–just to get a different perspective than mine. It’s written by Joel Friedlander, the proprietor of Marin Bookworks, in San Rafael, CA. Joel is a […]
Are You Willing to Approach Your Blogged Book Like a Business Person?
If you want to blog a book, though, I suggest you approach this endeavor like any other book project. This means putting aside your writer’s hat and putting on your business person’s hat before you begin your book project. This allows you to look at the big picture of both your blog and your book, […]
Who can Blog? Who can Blog a Book?
Anyone can blog or become a blogger. No one and nothing stops you from opening a free (Yes, free.) account with a site like WordPress.com or Blogger.com a beginning to blog. For the purposes of this blogged book, here’s the more important question: Who can blog a book? Not just anyone. To blog a whole […]