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Feb 21

Finding Your Writing Voice

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

When it comes to writing a book (or writing anything, really), having the right voice is incredibly important. Your voice will help draw your reader in and help him or her connect with you as s/he hears your words in his or her head. To help you get started, I want to go over the […]

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Feb 14

The Importance of Content Creation for Your Business

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

You’ve probably heard that content marketing is incredibly important, especially in today’s marketplace. There’s so much noise out there from direct competitors in your niche and other advertisers in general. Just think about your own social media feeds. How often do you see someone selling a product or service? Do you even notice them anymore, […]

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Jan 30

3 Ways to Write Your Book Faster

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

Let’s face it: we’re all crunched for time. When you’re trying to build your blog or business, especially if you’re still working elsewhere, every minute counts. It can be really hard to find time to write your book. But, you know becoming an author will be worth it—you’ll bring new eyes to your content and […]

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Aug 09

Why You Need a Physical Book

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

I know a lot of you, especially you bloggers, have little mini-eBooks or short eBooks that you sell already on your blog. You might have a mini-eBook that’s five or 10 pages long that you use as a lead magnet or an opt-in for your mailing list. Or, you might have a slightly longer eBook […]

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Aug 05

My #1 Copy Writing Tip

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

Whether you are selling a book, getting clicks to your blog content, even just writing emails for your mailing list to drive traffic to your blog, you’re actually selling something. It’s the same act of selling, whether it’s a click to your website or asking someone to buy a product. So, learning how to sell through […]

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Aug 02

Why I’m Choosing to Self-Publish

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

Just over a week ago, I attended the FitBloggin’ 2016 conference in Indianapolis, IN. The keynote speaker there was Lisa Delaney, author of the book “Secrets of a Former Fat Girl.” Lisa has been working in publishing for years, so it was probably easier for her to get a book deal than it would be […]

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