Category Archives for "Planning"

May 24

Why You Must Define Your Reader

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

One of the most important things you’ll need to do as a blogger, author, or even as an entrepreneur is to define your ideal client. For bloggers and authors, that means that you need to define your reader and create a reader avatar. Once you have your reader avatar, you’ll use that avatar to help […]

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Mar 14

Testing Your Book Idea

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

So you have an idea of what topic or topics you’d like to focus on for a book, but how do you decide if it’s the right topic? If making money by selling your book is one of the top reasons why you’re taking the time to write your book, it’s a smart idea to […]

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Mar 09

What if I Haven’t Written Anything?

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

So you’d love to write a book. You know all of the benefits having a book will bring you as a blogger, and you have an idea about a topic that you’d love to write about. But, you don’t have any content written yet. (Cue sad trombone music.) Here are the steps I’d recommend that […]

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Mar 04

Why Bloggers Should Write a Book

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

A lot of people dream of writing a book someday. However, the process of writing a book, even a short one, is a daunting task. But, as a blogger, you’re already several steps ahead of the average person who wants to write a book. Bloggers, here’s why you should put the time and effort into […]

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Mar 04

Finding Time to Write

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

So many of us are so incredibly busy, so how do you find the time to write your book? If you already have a big base of blog posts written that  you can pull from, you’re already in good shape. But what about those of you who haven’t done much writing yet? These are my […]

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Mar 03

How to Choose a Topic for Your Book

By Beth Brombosz, PhD

Choosing a topic for your first book or eBook is difficult, especially for bloggers who write about a wider variety of topics. Answer these questions to help you narrow down and choose the topic for your book. WHAT TOPICS HAVE YOU WRITTEN ABOUT THE MOST? Writing a book that’s more than a handful of pages needs […]

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