Here is this week’s Tuesday installment of the Wordpreneur Reader, with links to articles elsewhere I found informative and useful. Enjoy, go forth and learn, Grasshopper!
Best Practices for Advertising on Tablets (Publishing Executive) — “[A]long with the good news heralded by the emergence of the tablet as a viable publishing platform came the bad and the really, really ugly!”
5 New Ways to Network That You Won’t Dread (The Daily Muse) — “[Networking] conjures images of uncomfortable schmooze-fests, where suit-clad business executives work the room, wine glass in hand, feigned interest at the ready. Who would enjoy that?”
5 Ways to Transform Your Blog Into a Moneymaking Machine (OPEN Forum) — “Small business owners: You need a blog. And yes, I know you just rolled your eyes because you’ve heard that before. However, did you know having a blog can make you money, regardless of what business you’re in?”
How to Market Romance Novels (Lulu Blog) — “Romantic reads are hot. Literally. The genre had an estimated $1.368 billion in sales in 2011, and accounted for 13.4% of the consumer book market.”
How to spice up your Facebook page (Wordtracker) — “When it comes to your business’ Facebook page, you will need to pull out all of the stops in order to really dazzle people… [W]e’re going to look at five things you can do to make your brand shine on Facebook beyond just standard updates.”
10 Strategies for Getting a Faster Response to Your Email (Michael Hyatt) — “Responsiveness is a critical life skill. In fact, I think it may be the single most important factor to your success. People who are not responsive miss out on many opportunities. Why? Because others get tired of waiting on them.”
30 Free Ways To Market Your Small Business Site (Search Engine Watch) — “There are at least 30 ways to market your website with a time investment and no credit card required. Some of these are oldies but goodies, while others are newer and exciting avenues you may not have tried out yet.”
Why does Fifty Shades of Grey turn British women on? (The Guardian) — “Fifty Shades of Grey is now the fastest selling paperback in history. Its success has generated a debate about sex, fantasy and the nature of desire.”
You, Too, Can Be Like Larry Ellison and Buy Your Own Island (Yahoo!) — What the hey, we can dream, huh? Interestingly enough, some of them seem to be pretty reasonably priced!
Your Resume Is a Sales Letter (Lifehacker) — “[T]reat the beginning of your resume like the front page of a newspaper and make sure it JUMPS out at readers.”
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