You are doing a great job helping writers learn how to promote
their work. That is so essential today.—Maryanne Raphael, Author, Mother Teresa,
Called To Love
[Links: Functioning Blog/Websites] I was happy to find this post … thanks for all
you do for us lowly beginners. Ironic, I checked my own Blog link and it didn’t work!
So I fixed it here. —Rebecca Ryals Russell
[Twusted Twitter Twools and Twips] Great concept for your blog. Enjoyed the reviews.
Thanks for checking mine out as well! —Helen Johnson
[Scams: Beware of the Swarming Sharks] Everything you say is true. It takes time
for all this to happen. Having someone to get you started out in the right direction
is a huge plus. I am glad that I used your services, as I was banging my head against
a solid wall of confusion before. What you accomplished for me would have taken
me years to learn if ever. I feel much more confident that I’m headed in the right direction
now. But as you say, there are many sharks out there waiting to feed. I’ll
highly recommend your services to any writer who needs the right type assistance.
Thank you for your faithfulness and the heartfelt compassion you put into your
work. Forever your friend. —Jay Miller
[Professional Blogging] Jo-Anne, this checklist is very helpful. After reading your
post I discovered that I have too many related posts links on a few of my articles.
Thank goodness for your checklist. You never know what effect a few minor oversights
or mistakes might have. —Sharon Ball
(No More Fear] Thank you for the great marketing help. Really great info. I look forward
to more quality posts. —Craigslist Software
[Climbing To The Top – A Search Engine’s Perspective] Interesting posts throughout
your site, I found each to be interesting and informative; all subjects researched
thoroughly and well-written. —A.J.Johnson
[Climbing To The Top – A Search Engine’s Perspective] Thanks, Jo-Anne. Loved this
post, particularly the search engine registry. —Brenda Gurung
[Creating A BUZZzzzz] This is a great post! I’ve noticed that one of the biggest problem
for many of my book publicity students is zeroing in on that target audience.
It’s important to be as specific (and realistic) as possible about who will be interested
in the book, and then get the book title in front of them as many times as possible.
Publicity is great for that because it’s credible and inexpensive. Thanks for sharing!
[Creating A BUZZzzzz] Your advice and support are what keeps writers like me
going. —Marian L Thomas
[Turning nightmares into pleasant dreams] Jo-Anne, thank you so much for the article.
Very well said. You truly are a motivator. —Pamela Jansen