Blogger Support for Blogging Your Way To Riches
I read a post a month ago detailing the entire book process. It told me writing the book was the easiest part. I laughed, surely not? Emma and I had just spent one month writing 40,000 words and then another month on the hateful editing process. We thought the hard work was done but no the next stage was promoting the book and getting people to buy it.
We so underestimated this process and the amount of work you nned to do to get the word out there and promote the book and sell the book. Consistency and persistence is key, we just keep on telling people about the book and will do for the next year!
A huge successful part of promotional strategy has included our wonderful network of bloggers who have endlessly tweeted, shared out book on social media and have even written promotional pieces on their websites. We wanted to give these wonderful friends a big shout out to show much we appreciate their support.
I always believed in futures
Rebecca is a fellow Hertfordshire blogger writing about all things lifestyle, parenting and personal finance. She has been blogging since 2011 and is a fellow full-time blogger. See her review post here.
The Dairy of a Frugal Family
The lovely Cass has included us in her 5 Fabulously frugal things post last week. Cass describes her site as mish mash of family fun, money saving tips and foodie ideas with lots of cupcakes and smiley faces thrown in too.
Stopping At Two
Karen from Stopping at two wrote a wonderful review. Karen started her blog in January 2014 as a way to record her family life. She writes about the places they visit and the activities they get up to, and also thoughts on juggling a busy life as a working mother and wife
Mummy of the Suburbs
Joanne is mummy of the suburbs (west London), she got into blogging as she has always loved to write and share ideas, she has finally taken the plunge and is excited about being part of the blogging world. Take a read of her post here and have god read through her blog
Caroline is a fabulous parent blogger, I love this paragraph from her bio – So true. There’s no manual to parenthood, no long-winded Lego style picture book to guide you through piecing your kids together to make civilised, successful adults. We’re all making it up as we go along. Here is her post about the book.
Thank you to Esther for adding in a link to the book on the guest post I wrote for her a few months back. A post on how to turn your blog into your business. Esther is passionate about empowerment for women through their career and personal finance.
Olly Cator of Savvy Dad left us the most comprehensive review on Amazon. He posted it super quickly just after the book had been released, invaluable for our Amazon sales. Thanks Olly. Here is a link to his site
Saving Scotts is a blog from younger generation personal finance blogger who specialises in helping students and millenials take control of their finances. Here is the link to the book review
Please contact us on email@example.com if you would like to run a promotional post. If you link it up to Amazon Affiliates you will earn 75p for every paperback sale at the current price of £14.99.