5 Blogging Resources for Just $7.40 This Week Only! {BundleoftheWeek.com}

Are you ready to take your blog to the next level? With printables to help you set goals and plan for the future, creative ideas for making money with your blog, ways to manage your time when balancing work and home, writing tips and a guide to hiring blog help, this collection offers you a…

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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Upromise by Sallie Mae for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. It's been a long time since I've looked into the tools that Upromise offers families who are looking to save money for college through cash back programs, but there are really so many…

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Deciding Where to Sell Your eBook {From Idea to eBook}

Once you write an ebook, how do you decide where you want to sell it? Should you make it available for sale on your website or list it exclusively with Amazon? How exactly do you sell an ebook on Amazon anyway? In Module 6, we're talking about the different formats and outlets available for selling…

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The Importance of Good Design {From Idea to eBook}

After spending a few week on high-level topics like choosing a topic and exceeding expectations, we're getting into the nitty gritty of creating an ebook, and while writing and editing (which we covered last week) are among the most important aspects of publishing an ebook, design is pretty high up on the list as well!…

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Outlining, Writing & Editing {From Idea to eBook}

In some ways, coming up with an ebook topic, hiring an editor and designer, deciding on formats, and marketing your ebook are the easy parts...writing is the part that takes the longest, is easiest to put off and is really the most important! In Module 4, we're talking about the writing process, including: The importance…

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Not Just “Good Enough” {From Idea to eBook}

There are a lot of areas in life where "good enough is enough" and it's important to let go of the idea of perfection. While it's important not to let perfection paralysis stop you from getting your ebook published, it's also important not to just throw content together quickly with the hope of making a…

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Deciding What to Write About {From Idea to eBook}

For many people, actually writing enough words to fill an ebook isn't the issue; choosing a topic that they want to write about and will sell well is. Although I'm always kind of thinking about potential ebook topics, blog series and business ideas, I don't often sit down and try to force myself to come…

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Why Write eBooks? {From Idea to eBook}

In 2008, Shaina, Tara and I published our first ebook, Transcription 101, which we wrote from our combined 10+ years of transcription experience. The market was completely different at that time, and while I'd love to tell you that that ebook was so wildly successful that I couldn't resist writing more, that unfortunately was not…

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Take Your Writing to the Next Level with This Week’s Bundle! {BundleoftheWeek.com}

Are you a writer? Do you want to be a writer? If so, this bundle is for you! With five incredible resources from well known and successful authors, this collection is packed full of inspiration, practical tips and strategies to help you take your writing to the next level and earn an income from your…

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Support a Local Small Business with GoDaddy’s No WebSitis Contest!

As a business owner myself, I love to support women-owned businesses locally and around the world -- by buying handmade jewelry from artisans like Lisa Leonard and 31 Bits rather than factory-made accessories, choosing local businesses over big box stores and so on. According to the 2013 State of Women-Owned Businesses report, the number of…

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