Book Marketing Link RoundUp: August 10, 2016
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Here are a few of the great articles and blog posts I discovered this past week. They all have to do with ebook marketing, book promotion, writing books, self-publishing, speaking, book publicity, and related subjects.

Top 50 Healthy Food Blogs

The 50 Best Healthy Food Blogs For Clean and Lean Eatinghttp://makeyourbodywork.com/best-healthy-food-blogs — If you are looking to create relationships with healthy cooking blogs, here are the top 50, with the name of the food blogger and the name and URL of the food blog. Note: This post is a year old, but still very useful. Ignore the comments section (lots of spam).


Warren Buffet's 20 Slots Rule

Why Warren Buffett’s 20-Slot Rule Will Make You Insanely Successful and Wealthy (even as a book author!): http://www.inc.com/elle-kaplan/why-warren-buffett-s-20-slot-rule-will-make-you-insanely-wealthy-and-successful.html — This simple rule can make you more productive, wealthy, and happy – and these tips will help you use it.

Charlie Munger: A Lesson on Elementary Worldly Wisdom As It Relates To Investment Management & Business: https://www.farnamstreetblog.com/a-lesson-on-worldly-wisdom — Charlie Munger‘s famous talk at the USC Business School in 1994.


O'Reilly Design Newsletter

5 Tips for Getting Your Talk Accepted at the O’Reilly Design Conference: https://www.oreilly.com/ideas/5-tips-for-getting-your-talk-accepted-at-the-oreilly-design-conference — They are looking for 40 people to speak on design with an emphasis on clarity, value for the audience, and unique perspectives. O’Reilly Design Conference: March 19-22, 2017 in San Francisco.


The advantages of 800 numbers

800 Phone Numbers: Why You Should Get a Toll-Free Phone Numberhttp://bookmarketingbestsellers.com/800-phone-numbers — If you are serious about providing customer support and service, install a toll-free number to make it easier for your customers to call and order from you.


Tweet of the Week

If you want to write, you can. Fear stops most people from writing, not lack of talent. Who am I? What right have I to speak? Who will listen to me? You are a human being with a unique story to tell. You have every right. — Richard Rhodes

Richard Rhodes on Writers

About John Kremer

John Kremer is author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, the Relationships Matter Marketing program, and many other books and reports on book marketing, Internet marketing, social media, and book publicity. -- .


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