Smart Woman’s Guide to Online Marketing Power Up For Profits by Kathleen Gage

I don’t know about you – but there are times I dread going to the mailbox. Especially those times of the month when I know the utility bills are coming in. Often, I will close the mailbox and say I fairly quiet “YES!” when there are no bills 🙂 But then there are the days when a “gift” comes in the mail – this was one of those days.

Power Up for Profits by Kathleen Gage

The Smart Woman’s Guide to Online Marketing Power Up for Profits by Kathleen Gage

Just got my copy of Kathleen Gage’s new book “Power Up for Profits” in the mail — thank you Kathleen. And – I can’t get you a free copy of the book, but you can check out the first chapter here — https://iz106.infusionsoft.com/go/chapter/litekepr

I have a very extensive “Kathleen Gage library” and have learned many awesome things from her and I’m very happy to be able to call her my friend 🙂 If you haven’t gotten to see this book yet, get your free chapter https://iz106.infusionsoft.com/go/chapter/litekepr  and I will be sharing more info as the launch gets closer…

Review for Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business by Karen Leland

Share a review for The Ultimate Pinterest Guide for Business by Karen Leland – http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/data/book/businessandfinance/9781599185088/ultimate-guide-to-pinterest-for-business?commentpage=1&per_page=50&orderby=oldest#comment-23965096

Karen Leland is the bestselling author of 8 business books including the recently released Entrepreneur Magazine’s Ultimate Guide to Pinterest For Business, which can be purchased at http://bit.ly/Amazonbook.  She is the president of Sterling Marketing Group, where she works with small businesses and Fortune 500 on building stronger personal and team brands. She writes the Modern Marketing Blog at www.karenleland.com

Entrepreneur Magazines Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business by Karen Leland

Luxury Reading Review for the Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business

Share a review for the Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business on http://luxuryreading.com/ultimateguidetopinterest/

Karen Leland is the bestselling author of 8 business books including the recently released Entrepreneur Magazine’s Ultimate Guide to Pinterest For Business, which can be purchased at http://bit.ly/Amazonbook.  She is the president of Sterling Marketing Group, where she works with small businesses and Fortune 500 on building stronger personal and team brands. She writes the Modern Marketing Blog at www.karenleland.com

Entrepreneur Magazine's Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business

5 Ways Authors Can Expand Their Audience on Pinterest

How can Pinterest help you on your journey to be have a best-selling e-book? Find out today – http://ebookbestsellerjourney.com/5-ways-authors-can-expand-their-audience-on-pinterest/

Karen Leland is the bestselling author of 8 business books including the recently released Entrepreneur Magazine’s Ultimate Guide to Pinterest For Business, which can be purchased at http://bit.ly/Amazonbook.  She is the president of Sterling Marketing Group, where she works with small businesses and Fortune 500 on building stronger personal and team brands. She writes the Modern Marketing Blog at www.karenleland.com

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Share a Review for Ultimate Pinterest Guide for Business by Karen Leland

Dianne Ascroft shares her review for The Ultimate Pinterest Guide for Business by Karen Leland on her blog – http://dianneascroft.wordpress.com/2013/05/27/pin-this-book-to-your-must-read-list/

Karen Leland is the bestselling author of 8 business books including the recently released Entrepreneur Magazine’s Ultimate Guide to Pinterest For Business, which can be purchased at http://bit.ly/Amazonbook.  She is the president of Sterling Marketing Group, where she works with small businesses and Fortune 500 on building stronger personal and team brands. She writes the Modern Marketing Blog at www.karenleland.com

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Share a Review for Simple Sexy Food by Linda De Villers PhD on Evolved World Book Blog

Sophie Sansregret shares her review for Simple Sexy Food, by Linda De Villers, PhD on the book section of the Evolved World website – http://evolvedworld.com/books/item/910

Do aphrodisiacs work? What exactly are they? How can I use them? We answer these questions and many more during the Simple Sexy Simple Sexy Foods by Linda De VillersFood virtual tour with clinical sex therapist and foodie – Linda De Villers, PhD. There are many ordinary foods that can have aphrodisiac effects – and we’re going to help you understand them.

Linda De Viller, PhD, Clinical Sex Therapist and Foodie, shares her knowledge about the myths and truth about aphrodisiacs. She also share over 80 recipes and a wealth of love and sex tips. Get your copy at – http://www.amazon.com/Simple-Sexy-Food-Linda-Villers/dp/097095655X/. We invite you to participate in the Simple Sexy Food Recipe Photo Contesthttp://www.lovecoachjourney.com/recipe-photo-contest – the grand prize winner will get a one on one aphrodisiac consultation and five runner ups will receive a digital copy of Love Skills by Linda De Villers.

Book Connection Shares a Guest Post by Karen Leland, Author of The Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business

Cheryl Malandrinos shares a guest post from Karen Leland, the author of The Ultimate Pinterest Guide for Business, on her blog – Entrepreneur Magazine Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Businesshttp://thebookconnectionccm.blogspot.com/2013/05/guest-blogger-karen-leland-author-of.html

Karen Leland is the bestselling author of 8 business books including the recently released Entrepreneur Magazine’s Ultimate Guide to Pinterest For Business, which can be purchased at http://bit.ly/Amazonbook.  She is the president of Sterling Marketing Group, where she works with small businesses and Fortune 500 on building stronger personal and team brands. She writes the Modern Marketing Blog at www.karenleland.com.   

New Book Review Shares Details About The Ultimate Pinterest Guide for Business by Karen Leland

Share information about The Ultimate Pinterest Guide for Business by Karen Leland on the New Book Review Blog – Entrepreneur Magazine’s Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Businesshttp://thenewbookreview.blogspot.com/2013/05/book-tour-learning-how-to-promote-on.html

Karen Leland is the bestselling author of 8 business books including the recently released Entrepreneur Magazine’s Ultimate Guide to Pinterest For Business, which can be purchased at http://bit.ly/Amazonbook.  She is the president of Sterling Marketing Group, where she works with small businesses and Fortune 500 on building stronger personal and team brands. She writes the Modern Marketing Blog at www.karenleland.com.   

Pinterest for Business – Guest Post Topics

We screened the content of the Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business and these are the topics we would like to focus on with our guest posts. Which topic would be a good fit for your blog? To participate in this virtual tour, please contact nikki @ nikkileigh.com and you can get more details about the tour at – https://bookpromotionservices.com/2013/04/05/pinterest-for-business-tour/

Guest Post Topics – 

14 Types of Pinterest Boards Worth Creating for Your Business

Review these dozen-plus ideas to see which would serve you best given your Pinterest
marketing goals.

The ABCs of Pinning to Your Pinterest Boards
Just posting any old photo or video won’t get visitors to follow your boards or find outEntrepreneur Magazine’s Ultimate Guide to Pinterest for Business
more about you. Follow these criteria to attract the right audience.

Finding Great Content to Pin
Learn how to create a magical mix of your own content, other people and companies’
available images and repins of what others have already pinned.

Build Up Your Pinterest Audience
Follow these simple strategies to increase the number of followers you have.

Who Should Your Business Follow on Pinterest?
When it comes to choose whom you want to follow, these guidelines will help you find
sources based on your brand strategy and marketing goals.

Track Your Pinterest Performance
Use any of these six tools to measure and improve the results of your pinning efforts.

Create a Pinterest Profile That Rocks
If you’re a serious entrepreneur, you’ll take the time to maximize your Pinterest profile
to its fullest. After all, the more the people know about you, the stronger your business
brand will be.

Get to Know the World of Pinterest
Before you delve into the wide world of pinning, it’s worth your while to familiarize
yourself with the Pinterest interface in order to make navigating the site easy.

Create and Name Your Pinterest Boards
Your boards are your brand on Pinterest. Discover how easy it is to create and name your
new boards.

Keeping Your Pinterest Boards Fresh to Attract Interest

Here are a few editing tips to help you keep your Pinterest boards inventive and
interesting.

Choosing Exactly What to Pin on Your Pinterest Boards
The key to making Pinterest work for you is to be selective in what you pin and only pin
the most compelling and relevant content. Here’s what should make the cut.

10 Types of Videos to Pin to Your Pinterest Boards
While the vast majority of Pinterest users post mostly photos, you can make your
Pinterest boards more of a multimedia experience by sharing videos.

Make Your Website Pinterest Friendly
Find out how optimizing your site for Pinterest can help drive traffic.

Connect With Your Fellow Pinterest Pinners
These four tools will help you build your brand by engaging with the Pinterest
community at large.

David Leroy Explores the Emotional Impact of Researching WWII

Joanne at Jo-Jo Loves to Read hosts David LeRoy, who talks about his first novel, The Siren of Paris. LeRoy did extensive research for this book about the German occupation of France and the French resistance, learning what life was like for ordinary people trapped by the war. In this article, he talks about the intense emotional impact of doing this research. Here is a snippet:

Once I got past the clichés and well known aspects of the war, and down to personal stories, I was even more shocked.  The main image I’d had of the French Resistance was blowing up trains and smuggling things, and I had the impression that it was a well organized underground movement.  However, this was not accurate.  In the early days of the resistance, it was nothing more than everyday people, who were taking extraordinary risks to pass out papers, or smuggle downed airmen.  Many of these people did not survive the war.  None of them were trained by a secret British Intelligence group or working spies.  They were students, teachers, ministers, housewives, and retired people.  Yes, people in retirement, engaging in smuggling downed airmen out of Paris and running back and forth to the border.  Not some handsome, slick and sexy 23-year old-man from Hollywood, but two women in their mid-60’s with three dogs and a black Renault taking hand-offs from a Catholic priest in the north.  At least until they were caught.  The American woman was traded back to America as a spy, the Catholic priest went to Mauthausen Concentration Camp where he died, and the British woman was shot. 

Please read the entire post here: http://jo-jolovestoread.blogspot.com/2012/07/blog-tour-and-guest-post-siren-of-paris.html

For more information about this virtual book tour, please see: https://bookpromotionservices.com/2012/05/22/siren-of-paris-tour/ To order a copy of The Siren of Paris for Kindle, for $4.99, please visit: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0088CA098.

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