This is a live 30-day marketing challenge hosted by Heidi Angell.
When it happens, everyone gets together for 30 days to help one another grow and build the habit of marketing every day. Heidi facilitates this with a daily email prompt with education and instruction, as well as motivation.
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During the month we will cover the following topics:
Day 1- Goal Setting-
Day 2- Tracking our Goals-
Day 3- Networking
Day 4- Content Creation
Day 5- Social Media Scheduling tools reviewed.
Day 6- Measuring results
Day 7- Twitter tricks and Networking
Day 8- Media Kits- Build as you have extra time.
Day 9- Throwback Thursday and other cross-platform tags
Day 10- FridayFollowback and Building online publicity lists
Day 11- Saturday- Content Creation- reviewing each other’s hooks.
Day 12- Scheduling tips and tricks.
Day 13- MugshotMonday on IG/Facebook/ Twitter and tag one another.
Day 14- Tuesday catch up.
Day 15- Wednesday Writerslift on Twitter
Day 16- Facebook tips and tricks
Day 17-List Building- How to find local publicity
Day 18- Content Creation- basic rules of copyediting.
Day 19- Schedule posts
Day 20- Building your Goodreads/ Bookbub accounts
Day 21- Reviewing one another’s copy and offering critiques
Day 22- Instagram tips and tricks
Day 23- Promo support- everyone shares one piece of content they’ve created and if it fits your audience, share it.
Day 24- Building a list of Bookstores
Day 25- Content Creation- Beyond the promo
Day 26- Schedule posts
Day 27- What are your results? Share and support one another’s growth and success.
Day 28- Who has cross publicity opportunities?
Day 29- Think outside the box+ building an event list/ convention list
Day 30- What’s next-
This Course Developed by Heid Angell- Team builder, Wordsmith, Marketer, Problem Solver, Data Analyzer, Renaissance Woman, Magic Maker, and Published Author
Heidi Angell is a renaissance woman, with 20 years working on all aspects of business development from customer service, marketing, product development, advertising, HR, employee training, and financial management.
Her passion is telling stories that connect people, leading by example, and always learning. 12 years in the publishing industry, Heidi recognized that many authors had the writing chops, but were struggling to get publishing contracts and sell books because they did not have the skills to be a solopreneur. They did not know how to operate their writing as a business. As such, she developed a series of courses for authors focusing on the business side. She started with marketing as that is her second passion (writing being her first.) and what her degree primarily focused on, but has expanded the courses to cover every aspect that she has found authors struggling with and that couldn’t be covered in a simple blog post.
She has found many small businesses have benefitted from taking her marketing content and adapting it for their own needs and so has expanded the course to help small businesses as well.
Until next time,