Here are eight things you should know about search engine optimization for your author website.
I had a conversation with a client yesterday. He was wondering why the search engine optimization campaign we launched just last month wasn’t leading to the skyrocket in book sales that he had hoped. There were several points I had to make to try and lift his spirits. And I thought those might be worth
Search engine optimization (SEO) seems to be a theme this week with my clients. Some wanting to start doing it. Some asking questions about it. Others just completely misunderstanding it. For instance, I had a client earlier this week who asked me to redirect a second URL that she’d purchased to her site. I did
So your author web site is launched. Congratulations! But the work is just beginning. Because what good is a website if no one is visiting it? Here are some simple ways to ensure that your website gets looked at… Amass a list of contacts. It should include as many people as possible — anyone you
I have worked with many authors who ask me about search engine optimization. Many aren’t sure what the difference is between SEO and SEM/Google Adwords, another service we author. So hopefully this post will clear things up a bit. First, here are the simple definitions of each one: Search engine optimization (or SEO) is the
Most authors know that they need to build a writer website in order to properly promote themselves and their books. But too many authors build a website and then don’t bother to tell people about it. Big mistake! Get your domain name out there. Get people to link to your site. Here are some really