Cover Reveal *Afraid to Fall* by W. Ferraro (Hosted by The Book Nuts & Once Upon an Alpha)

This is me.....: Cover Reveal *Afraid to Fall* by W. Ferraro (Hosted by The Book Nuts & Once Upon an Alpha) These are the adventures of single mom in a crazy world!......
  • Mary
    Mary 1 day ago
    Hi, ps you book looks really good. ;)
  • Mary
    Mary 1 day ago
    Hi, I am new to triberr. How do I post my blog posts? I am so new and can't find any directions? I would love to link up my other blog here too.

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    The Aha!NOW Chat With Carolyn Nicander Mohr [Interview]

    Recently, I had the privilege to interview the queen of technology. Some people call her blog as the “Holy grail of technology”, and why not! You’ll find the......
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  • Harleena Singh
    Harleena Singh 14 hours ago
    Absolutely Pamela! She keeps us up to date and even simplifies tech so that we can all understand it :)
  • Pamela Morse
    Pamela Morse 1 day ago
    She is the queen of tech for sure. She keeps us up to date.
  • Harleena Singh
    Harleena Singh 1 day ago
    Glad you liked it Mary. Yes, Carolyn IS a 'wonder woman' - and an inspiration to many of us who are moms and working from home. Lot's in common I would say, and nice to hear that you too love tech, so all the more reason to reach out and connect :)
  • Mary
    Mary 1 day ago
    Very interesting read. I will have to come back and read even more deeply. I love tech too and am a mother so I already have somethin gi inc common with Carolyn. Thanks for introducing me to a great resource.
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    9 Social Media Marketing Failures You Must Avoid

    Rome wasn’t build in a day. Social media marketing? The same thing. And when the tough gets going, people tend to source for alternatives and ways out. For example,......
  • Reginald Chan Xin Yon
    Reginald Chan Xin... 20 hours ago
    @Andrew. Thank you for that!

    @Jomer. Appreciate the kind words! Such a coincidence!
  • Andrew Warner
    Andrew Warner 1 day ago
    This was a great list, Reginald. Commented and sharing right now.
  • Jomer Gregorio
    Jomer Gregorio 1 day ago
    what a comprehensive post Reginald! Great post provided by many images and visuals.

    Incidentally, I have the same post today, hehe. Mine is top 8 mistakes.
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    How To Find Your Unique Voice

    Most of you have been blogging for quite some time while there are new people coming on the scene every single second of every single day. You may or may not be......
  • Adrienne Smith
    Adrienne Smith 1 day ago
    It is hard to explain Dennis, I agree. I definitely wanted to explain it in a way that people "got it". Now that might not be everyone's cup of tea about how they want to present themselves but it is for my readers.

    Love for you to share it with anyone that needs more clarity Dennis. I'm sure they would appreciate it as well. Thanks!
  • Dennis Seymour
    Dennis Seymour 2 days ago
    It’s always hard to explain this to new bloggers I talk to. It’s also hard for business owners we work with that want to blog on their company blog…but once it all works out, it’s magical.

    Thanks Adrienne, I should just show this post to them next time ;-)
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    Book Reviews: Nobody's Child and Automaton

    IN THIS AGE OF SHORT, where brevity transcends epics, I recently committed to producing two Amazon reviews a week for novels written by indie authors. Today, I am......
  • Caleb Pirtle III
    Caleb Pirtle III 1 day ago
    Alana: I know where the good books are.

    Cabin Goddess: It does take time. It is a commitment. But I believe it's vital that authors help authors with book reviews as often as possible. We are all in this game together.
  • Alana Woods
    Alana Woods 1 day ago
    Two books a week! That is commitment. Thank you for choosing Automaton to be one of this week's.
  • Cabin Goddess
    Cabin Goddess 1 day ago
    I commend your commitment. I have been trying to get myself going the same way. I use and abuse the tours though. They keep me as a blogger honest because I have a schedule I am not in charge of!
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    Formatting your self-published novel - DIY or hire someone?

    You have written your novel and now are ready to publish it as an e-book. But your file needs to be submitted in the proper format as required by the publisher. So do......
  • UNWRAPPING ROMANCE
    UNWRAPPING ROMANCE 2 days ago
    Terrific post. I reblogged your article. Thanks.
  • Linda McLaughlin
    Linda McLaughlin 2 days ago
    I hired someone, out of fear that it would never get done if had to do it myself.
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    Liberate Yourself With a Hubspot to WordPress Migration

    Are you an existing HubSpot customer? Are you thinking about canceling the service? Are you afraid to liberate yourself because you’re not exactly sure what HubSpot......
  • Renilde De Wit
    Renilde De Wit 23 hours ago
    Thanks Rebecca, too bad, because we really like it :)
  • Rebecca Gill
    Rebecca Gill 2 days ago
    I think Rainmaker is a great solution, but only for a small set of users. Anyone who wants complete freedom will avoid Rainmaker and HubSpot both. I see Rainmaker as a good fit for lawyers and those people who want to write a lot and worry only about content. Those of us who love the flexibility of plugins will always stick with the WordPress core.
  • Renilde De Wit
    Renilde De Wit 2 days ago
    Interested how HubSpot will react. Unfortunately, with Rainmaker you need to use their hosting and don't have plug-in freedom. And no multi-installs. But we stopped HubSpot. They want to be too much at the same time we feel. Hopefully, Rainmaker will open the door for more flexibility too. Sharing it anyway :)
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    The never-ending M/M vs. literature debate

    Genres… I've written about them before, and how I often feel they are as constricting as a straight-jacket to us authors. Yet I also realize that they are needed to......
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  • Hans M Hirschi
    Hans M Hirschi 1 day ago
    Thanks Holly! Seems to be an infected debate. I've already had a couple of "attacks" on Twitter just by trying to define what M/M is. LOL
  • Holly Robinson
    Holly Robinson 1 day ago
    Hans, this is such a great post--my problem with MOST romances is that they're all so, well, stereotypical--but that's the way the genre rolls. I agree completely that people would do well to try to read outside of formula fiction, especially those of us who seek to improve our craft as writers. Nice post.
  • Hans M Hirschi
    Hans M Hirschi 2 days ago
    Thanks Denyse. :) Much appreciated.
  • Denyse Bridger
    Denyse Bridger 2 days ago
    This is an awesome post, and makes some wonderful points!!
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    Emergency Preparedness for Your Pets

    September is National Preparedness Month and we are asked to “Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare”. Being prepared applies not only to the human members of......
  • Jennifer Shafton
    Jennifer Shafton 1 day ago
    Great article with so many informative links. We need to be prepared for disasters for both our human and pet family members.
  • Amy Shojai, CABC
    Amy Shojai, CABC 1 day ago
    You can never be too prepared!
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    Blog For Money: A Success Story With Yaro Starak [Podcast]

    I'm so excited that Yaro Starak is on the podcast today!   He is one of my mentors and is tops at the blogging game.  He and I talk about: his success, productivity,......
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  • Sue Anne Dunlevie
    Sue Anne Dunlevie 7 hours ago
    I was SO nervous when I first started the interview and then he was so great, I just relaxed and took notes!

    Thanks, Carol!
    Sue
  • Carol Amato
    Carol Amato 8 hours ago
    Hi Sue,

    I listened, and Yaro shared so many golden nuggets! What a fantastic journey he's been on, and now sharing his wealth of knowledge - awesome interview! Thanks - sharing with my friends... :-)
  • Sue Anne Dunlevie
    Sue Anne Dunlevie 2 days ago
    It's really good - I just asked a few questions and he taught some great lessons!

    Sue
  • Kerry Lisa Russell
    Kerry Lisa Russell 2 days ago
    Looking forward to listening in on this Sue. Been waiting for it since you announced it in the EJ Insider community. I'll share now, and then I can listen this evening. Got a webinar shortly. :)
  • Sue Anne Dunlevie
    Sue Anne Dunlevie 2 days ago
    Thanks, Lisa!

    Sue
  • Lisa Jey Davis
    Lisa Jey Davis 2 days ago
    Great story! I will be sharing!
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    Caught in the Prologue Cross Fire? When to Hit Delete and When to Save Them

    A...
  • Cate Russell-Cole
    Cate Russell-Cole 1 day ago
    A lot of people like and use them Debra. I know a badly written one detracts, but if the prologue is badly written, the whole story will be, so why is there such a strong anti-prologue movement? It all appears to be a matter of taste to me.
  • Debra L Martin
    Debra L Martin 2 days ago
    I use prologues in my epic fantasy novels. It's a good way to let the reader know what happened before and to understand why a character does or thinks like he/she does. I agree, they should be short though.
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    Do This to Get More Exposure for Your Published LinkedIn Post

    LinkedIn is always looking for great content to reshare, but how do they discover new content to promote? Below, I’ll share one way which will at least give you a......
  • Brandon Schaefer
    Brandon Schaefer 2 days ago
    Not yet, I write more short-form content which doesn't really fit into the pulse lineup. We'll see what happens though, let me know how you make out.
  • Dorien Morin van Dam
    Dorien Morin van... 2 days ago
    OK, nice tip, Brandon! Will give it a whirl for both myself and my two clients for whom I publish to LinkedIn. Have you been picked up by pulse as a result of doing this?
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    Book Review: To Kill A Mocking Bird

    Book Name: To Kill A Mockingbird Author: Harper Lee First Published: 1960 Nelle Harper Lee was born on April 28, 1926 in Monroeville, Alabama. She studied at Monroe......
  • Wendy Van Camp
    Wendy Van Camp 1 day ago
    It has left a lasting mark on me as well. That is one of the reasons why I wanted to review it. :)
  • Brit Blaise
    Brit Blaise 2 days ago
    This is one of my favorite books! I think it's high time I read again.
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    Can Brands be Human? 15 Characteristics of Human Brands

    Can a brand really be human? In this episode of the Social Zoom Factor podcast I answer this question. Becoming a human brand is different for each organization. There......
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  • Pam Moore
    Pam Moore 8 hours ago
    Thanks @Jacob Curtis & Daniel!

    Diane - we will have transcripts for all podcasts soon.
  • Diane Capri
    Diane Capri 2 days ago
    It would be really helpful to post a transcript.
  • Daniel Newman
    Daniel Newman 2 days ago
    This is a great topic.
  • Jacob Curtis
    Jacob Curtis 2 days ago
    Excellent question and a great topic for the podcast! Giving it a listen now and sharing out to Twitter right after :)
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    How to Get More Active Fans on Facebook

    —– "Want to turn "lurkers" into active participants on your Facebook page? Learn what it takes to really connect with your Facebook visitors." Getting more......
  • Ted Rubin
    Ted Rubin 2 days ago
    It is the key word Jacob. Thanks Mitch!
  • Jacob Curtis
    Jacob Curtis 2 days ago
    I think the keyword here is ACTIVE! These are exactly the fans you should try to attract and thanks for providing your insight. Classic how you termed non-actives as lurkers! I can totally see that!
  • Mitch Chaitin
    Mitch Chaitin 2 days ago
    I enjoyed your article and picked up a few pointers, Thank you.
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