Consistent Creative Content: A Guide to Authoring and Blogging in the Social Media Age by Lee Hall
Genre: Writing, Non-Fiction.
Publisher: Lee Hall
Rating: 4.50 stars (Goodreads)
Best-selling indie author and blogger Lee Hall shares his journey of experience in this part-memoir part-guidebook that aims to inspire and inform budding wordsmiths at any level. From the basics of blogging and authoring all the way to advanced social media methods and marketing; this book is filled with good practical advice, top tips and effective strategies. You’ll even find some never before shared resources to help navigate your way to authoring and blogging success in the social media age. Subjects include:
Basic and advanced blogging;
Basic authoring and a publishing overview;
Social media for authors and bloggers;
Book marketing and the art of indirect selling;
Book promotion strategies. Including worked examples;
Building your own turning point and identifying when that ‘wave of success’ is coming;
Plus, a whole host of resources with links to the various guides and tutorials Lee has published via his highly successful Hall of Information blog.
After selling hundreds of books and getting thousands of blog views, you’ll discover how Lee Hall published six books in five years through a detailed road map and how he put together the building blocks of success to sell books and gain social media traction. This easy-to-read guide will inspire the modern-day author and blogger to achieve the same by carving their own path and all you need is Consistent Creative Content.
‘You can do this, quite simply because I did and you might even leapfrog anything I’ve achieved.” – Lee Hall
I gotta admit, i’m a big fan of Lee’s work, yet this is an unbiased review of his newest book.
Are you looking for tips on how to write, blog and manage all the things coming in between? This is the perfect book for you.
In this book the author shares his work through the years, how he managed to promote his blog, how he found what people liked to read about and everything about his books and promoting them.
You can feel the way the book was crafted, made to help you whether you are just starting your blog, your are trying to maintain your readers or if you just want to improve.
I didn’t know the social media part was such an important one in the writing proccess and in staying relevant in the blogsphere, i’m taking that from this book more than anything because i don’t use social media aside of goodreads. But it is really important.
I think the author wrote this book trying to help anyone struggling with the new ways of succeeding in the virtual world. And i truly apppreaciate the way he does it because he stays relevant and easy to understand.
I recommend this book very much, it helped me understand a lot of what i am doing wrong and also how to improve every mistake i’m doing.
I give the book 4.5 stars, if not 5.