Social media for authors (made easy) — Part 2

In this post we’ll talk about how to choose one or more platforms, how to set yourself up for success on social media, and how to avoid burnout when managing your social media.

Social media for authors (made easy) — Part 1

If you’re an author, unless you have a full-time publicist and social media team, you need to be on social media yourself. In fact, even if you DO have a full-time publicist and social media team, your readers want to hear from you, in your own voice. They want to connect with you, engage with you, and buy books from you. And that’s where your social media platforms come in.

Scheduling Instagram Reels: What works and what leaves much to be desired

Meta has launched new reels features in the Creator Studio App (which can also be used on your phone or desktop / laptop). Among those features is the ability to schedule reels and that’s a big deal if you’re a content creator.

What is a Contentpreneure?

I recently heard the term “contentpreneure” and I like it. It describes what many of us are doing these days. According to Forbes, “An entrepreneur who uses content as a key pillar of their business strategy. Examples include a startup producing blog posts to market their SaaS product, a consultant who creates YouTube videos toContinue reading “What is a Contentpreneure?”

Notion for multi-client workflow organization

Where are my master multitaskers? If you’re anything like me, you’re doing a little bit of everything (video, social media, content creation, editing, PR, media outreach, project management …) and loving it. But also going a little crazy.  How do you organize your days and weeks, and the workflows for multiple clients? I’m a lifelongContinue reading “Notion for multi-client workflow organization”