Because we’re obsessed social influencers, today’s round up is about (more) gifts and guides! We’ve compiled four ways for you to give a little, learn a little and get a little. Get ready for our weekly round up.
The Self-Publishing Blueprint
Tara Pringle Jefferson, author and founder of Precisely Editing Group, has the ultimate course for aspiring authors and writers called The Self-Publishing Blueprint: A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Your Book on Shelves. We know that this webinar will be amazing and we want you to get in fast! Here’s her personal testimony:
For the past four years, I have worked with hundreds of authors to smooth their book’s rough spots and return to them a work of art. I am a former CreateSpace editor, where I worked as the primary editor on books being published through Amazon’s self-publishing platform. I’ve been living and breathing self-publishing for the past five years.
The webinar goes live on December 15 at 5pm Pacific and 8pm Eastern. Register here!
Gift Your Empire Gift Guide
In case you missed it, we compiled an amazing list of products from entrepreneurs within our community for Black Friday (and Cyber Monday). The sales may have ended, but the products are plenty and ready for purchasing. Take a look at who made the cut and stock your holiday stuffers!
Gift Your Empire…for December?
What better way to prep for 2016 than a little housekeeping? For 31 days, we’re sharing actionable tips and hacks on how to continuously build your empire, whatever it may be. Yesterday’s tip was to create a mastermind with like-minded individuals who’ll motivate you to kick butt harder. Masterminds are a great way to build relationships, confidence and develop ideas for your business that you may not have considered on your own. Earlier this year, we shared 3 reasons why masterminds are important during conference time. While that time has passed, those reasons are still relevant and should be explored. Read them here.
A Guide: 40 Things to Know Before You Start A Blog
Matt Banner at On Blast Blog wrote a phenomenal post called 40 Things to Know Before You Start A Blog: A Day-to-Day Guide and we couldn’t be happier! This information is written for the novice blogger, but we have to admit that there were a few tips that made us recommit to blogging better, like:
- Your competition is NOT your enemy!
- Remember to use the tools you have
- Don’t be scared to reach out to other bloggers and
- Follow the structure
Jot down notes while reading the rest of Matt’s post here.