Once again I'm questioning if blogging is a worthwhile use of my time. Like a bit of technical deja vu, I swear I've been here before, haven't I? Obviously, the last time I went though this I simply kept plugging away at the blog, but as of late, I've been feeling like my stats are … Continue reading The Blogging Conundrum
The changes at Mailchimp have taken away most Forever Free Plan features, sending many of its customers to search for a new mailing list provider such as Mailerlite.
So last week I took part in a highly classified research study. The study was funded by some very important group that I believe is run by Elon Musk. Participants were asked to avoid social media for a week and report their results. Those that made it the whole week received a free flamethrower, or … Continue reading An Anti-Social (Media) Week
Although primate-themed clothing is involved, I promise that this post has NOTHING to do with a now infamous H&M hoodie. Instead, it's all about using chimpanzees not only to help me stay on the right side of the law, but also to hand out free stuff**. Oh, and I should put out a disclaimer that … Continue reading Monkeying Around with Marketing
Since today's post is about my books sales, it could very easily take on a rather dismal tone. But since moaning and groaning isn't the point of this week's indie author musings, I promise I'll try to keep it as upbeat as possible without going all Pollyanna on you. Because even though I'm starting from … Continue reading Time for a Book Marketing Makeover, aka “My Book Sales Suck”