Read and learn. You have the option to read as much as you can about selling. Today, there are hundreds or even thousands of offline (books, magazines, and other printed materials) and online resources (websites, ezines, blogs, ebooks, ecourses, etc.) that can offer you with information that you are looking for. The advantage on choosing this option is that you can learn at your own pace. The disadvantage however, is that it may take a while for you to really develop your selling skills.
For example, if you want to use advertising as a way of generating income from the blog, you’ll need a lot of content, and that means you’ll need to add posts daily.
Forums offer a sense of community where people contribute their thoughts on a trending topic. Questions are asked, but answers are not always given. If the blog topic has attracted a lot of responses, you can write a post, offering tips or information and answering some of the questions.
If you get a new domain, log into your cpanel and click the Fantastico button (it’s a little smiley face). On the left sidebar, under workout, click WordPress. Then click New Installation. From the drop down directory, choose the domain you want it to reside on.
Busch won the Federated Auto Parts 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Nashville Superspeedway Saturday night. It was the 25th win of his Nationwide Series career and the fourth of this season.
If you really want to sell more books, then get to know Amazon. Join their Search Inside the Book Program. I always love reading those extra nuggets of information that often make the difference between purchasing a book or not purchasing a book. Get listed with Amazon’s book awards program. Lots of indie authors get into Amazons book competition. Post reviews on other Amazon book authors and remember to leave your Jane Doe signature. Did you know that Amazon does have a “real people” customer service phone-line. Don’t forget to have a killer book cover design because that will help you to sell books with Amazon or any other site.
Vendors spend a lot of time and money trying to get bloggers to review their products and services. When you reach out to them, (either via email, Facebook, phone or Twitter) they will jump at the chance to get their products in your hand for a review or offer a demo.