Building Your Author Platform — Links Roundup, Week of 11/30

by | Nov 30, 2012 | Links Roundup | 0 comments

Writers, we’ve scoured the Web so you don’t have to!

There are so many ways you can promote yourself as a writer online—everything from blogging to engaging people on social networks can only help. We hope these articles will help point you in the right direction to building a successful author platform!

Enjoy!

15 WordPress User Errors That Make You Look Silly via Copyblogger – If you’ve recently made the switch to a WordPress-powered website, you’re off to a great start. The trick is to not look like a newbie. Here are 15 common mistakes that you should avoid making, whether you’re an amateur or an expert.

Are You Defining Your Niche Properly? via ProBlogger – Some people blog about any random thing that pops into their heads, but a blogger with true purpose knows that it takes time and effort to define his or her niche. Want to write about writing? Proofreading? The process of getting your book published? Hone in, and use this article for guidance.

Targeting Your Audience Effectively With Simple Web Design Tips via 1st Web Designer – Part of defining your niche is defining your target audience. Did you know that you can do so on the most basic level when you’re designing (or having people like us design) your site? You’ve only got a few seconds to make a lasting first impression—take advantage of it.

Are You Prepared For A Social Media Attack? via MyPRGenie – The anonymity of the Internet gives some people a false sense of no consequences, which can often lead to vicious attacks on businesses or people who cross them. When you’re trying to build your reputation on the Web, it’s important to have a plan in place in case someone decides to go off on you via social media. This article will help.

6 Ways To Raise Your Klout Score via Inc. – If you want to keep an eye on your influence across social media platforms, Klout is the way to go. And if you want to raise your Klout score, try any or all of these 6 tips to boost your social media presence. Plus, it’s so satisfying to watch that number go up and up…

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