How Fear and Anxiety Affect Your Relationship

Monday September 16 at 10 pm Eastern/7 pm Pacific (re-air times at the bottom of the post)

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Nikki Leigh interviews Dr Friedemann Schaub and we will talk about the ways that fear and anxiety can impact your relationships. A step is resolving these problems is to be able to identify the issues – and we will help you identify how fear and anxiety affect and ways to overcome or at least manage these issues.

Dr Schaub is the author of the best-selling and award winning book The Fear and Anxiety Solution. Dr Schaub has The Fear and Axiety Solution-Book Onlydeveloped unique processes that he used with clients to help them identify the root causes of the fear and anxiety and has had life changing results. In this book, he explains how the process works. He says “the person who starts this book is not the same person that finishes the book.” Tune in and see what he means. You can get more information about The Fear and Anxiety Solution at

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Ready for Love Radio with Love Coach Nikki Leigh

Effective Communication in Your Relationship – Ready for Love Radio

Men and women have trouble communicating effectively and that can cause major problems. Tova Feder, a Clinical Sexologist, is my guest and she shares information and tips from her e-book about communication in relationships. Learn about verbal and non-verbal communication skills and improve the way you communicate with your partner and with others in your life. Whether you’re looking for ways to improve your business life, love life or sex life, you will learn helpful tips. Visit Tova Feder’s Facebook page and “like” the Are You Ready for Love page on Facebook for more information.

Join me tonight on Ready for Love Radio 10 pm EST/7 pm PST on 

If you miss this airing, you can catch one of the replays. But there will be a new episode next Monday, so be sure you tune in now.

Replay times – feel free to share with your friends. Simply click and you can listen from any page on the website.

Monday 10 pm EST/7 pm PST

Thursday 9 am EST/6 am PST

Thursday 5 pm EST/2 pm PST

Thursday 9 pm PST

Friday 12 am EST

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Saturday 9 pm EST/6 pm PST

Sunday 8 am EST/5 am PST

Sunday 8 pm EST/5 pm PST

(This show does contain mature content and is not intended for people under 18.)

Improve Communication with Your Partner with Your Host Nikki Leigh

Men and women have trouble communicating effectively and that can cause major relationship problems. Tova Feder, a Clinical Sexologist, is the guest and shares information and tips from her new ebook about communication in relationships. Learn about verbal and non-verbal communication skills and improve the way you communicate with your partner and with others in your life. Whether you’re looking for ways to improve your business life, love life or sex life, you will learn helpful tips. Visit Tova Feder’s website and “like” the Ready for Love Radio page on Facebook for more information. To listen to the show or to download your own copy, visit

Get your FREE copy of my ebook on love coaching – and my ebook on Art of Kissing from Head to Toe –  There is a special offer in the back of each ebook. You can connect with Ready for Love Radio on Facebook –, This is the place for insider information about the show and a great place to share your thoughts and questions.

Nikki Leigh is a Guest on Live Out Loud Radio

Nikki Leigh is a guest on Living Out Loud radio and the topic is sex – sex before marriage, sex while married and keeping your sex life interesting. You are welcome to join us at 12 pm EST. This is the link to the show and we’ll be accepting your calls at (805) 856-2821.

To learn more about my promotional work, you can visit http://www.bookpromotionservices. It you like some freebies — get your FREE copy of my ebook on love coaching –  and my ebook on Art of Kissing from Head to Toe –  There is a special offer in the back of each ebook. You can connect with Love Prints Relationship Coaching on Facebook –

Four Promotional Ladies Share Their Formula For Promotional Success

A post by Phil Harris – author, publisher, owner of All Things That Matter Press. Phil asked several of us about our formula to promote books — see what we shared with him.

I asked four book marketing gurus, all of which have catapulted books to the #1 spot on, to write formula that summarizes their secrets. The experts are Kathleen Gage, Nikki Leigh, Penney Sansevieri, and Carolyn Howard-Johnson.

I specifically asked the experts not to write any detailed explanations. The reason for this is that any explanation would be a book length response. In fact all the experts have written extensively on the subject in books, newsletter, blogs and articles.  I was really looking for a simple, bottom line equation that would summarize their basic approach to book marketing success—something that could even be put on a vision board, taped to the computer and stuck on the fridge.

The notion that if an author publishes their book readers will flock to buy it is a myth.  All marketing experts agree that the real work only just begins before the ink is dry and, actually, should begin well in advance of publication.  According to Bowker, U.S. book production alone is around 300,000 titles/ year or close to 6,000/week, (Worldwide the number is around 1 million titles). For some 90% of all titles, the average number of books sold each year, by title, is less than 100.  Clearly, if an author wants to have any kind of sales at all, something more is required than just having the title on Amazon.

Assuming you have a well written book and that there is truly an audience, or niche, for your title, how do you rise from the murky depths of that 90% well?  When you look at the following formulas, I think you will see that simple is best. By simple I do not mean little work, I mean that the way to book sale success is not complex, but it does require vision, determination and constant work. Here is what KATHLEEN GAGE has for her formula:

Desire + vision = success

Opt in list + online marketing = book sales

Bonus offers + opt in box = Subscribers and buyers

Passion + excellence = success

As both a writer and promoter of the conscious use of the Law of Attraction, Kathleen’s use of words like desire, vision and passion are near and dear to my heart. If an author is not passionate about their work, either fiction or non-fiction, chances are they will just end up with a book that sits in the dusty “no sales rank” category on Amazon. What does she mean by ‘opt in list’ and ‘bonus offers?’ My suggestion is to look at the contact information and ask her!

Kathleen Gage works with spiritually aware speakers, authors, coaches and consultants who are ready to turn their knowledge into money making products and services.

P.O. Box 551, Pleasant Hill, OR 97455 (1.541.654.0426),

NIKKI LEIGH’s approach is a bit different. She says, “Authors and Any Other Business People — Yes, authors are business people. They created a product and offer it for sale – that’s a business.  There are many authors who, and rightfully so, see themselves as artists and not businesspeople.  To some, the mechanics of selling a book is to be left to the business agent.  Okay, that may be fine if you are a proven NYTimes bestselling author, but I do not think that the vast majority of authors travel in those circles.  So, if you want more than just seeing your book in print, an author must become a businessperson if they want sales.  Nikki says, “I like to focus on the online opportunities for authors and businesses, so a formula I recommend includes:

Start by offering a high quality product

+ effective and consistent blogging

+ utilizing the internet to build your brand and credibility

+ consistent and targeted social media and Web 2.0 interaction

+ reaching out to the right target market

= Getting your quality product or service in front of the people who need and want what you are selling

I love the product side of the equation because it hits at the heart of the matter and is something that we at All Things That Matter Press stress: get your book in front of those who need or want what you are selling. I am constantly amazed at how many authors do not even begin to put together a web site or blog until after their book is published.  Most marketers tell authors that if you can start pushing even a year ahead of publication that is not too soon. In fact, it takes at least a year for anyone to know that you exist.  Building a credible presence on the internet is not an overnight process, especially since every week that goes by, 6,000 new authors add their pages to the search engines.  Further, some authors might think that these types of efforts only apply to non-fiction. Well that is fiction! Any novel worth reading has some kind of message and there are those who need and want what you have to say.  If you do not believe that, then why write at all?

To see more about Nikki and her approach to marketing, visit the following:
Book Promo 201: Harness the Power of the Internet with Web 2.0 and Social Media Marketing
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WE Magazine – 101 Women Bloggers to Watch for 2009

You can reach Nikki Leigh at

PENNY SANSEVIERI offers several additional elements to the success formula. She says, “So, in my view there are a few things. First off, it’s consistency. Whatever you do, be consistent in your communication. So often authors get weary of their campaigns, or impatient for results so they change messages, focus, whatever – before the other direction has a chance to launch or get lift off. I predict that in an age of media coming at us from every direction, consistency of message will be what sets us apart. Then, it’s persistent – so whatever you do, keep doing it. It’s the long runway of promotion. Often it can take a while to get lift off.

Finally, authors need to know how to harness inbound marketing. It’s not about being on Facebook, Squidoo, Twitter or YouTube and keeping folks there, it’s about bringing them back to the author’s website. Then, on the website—author’s need to spend some money on this. Don’t design your own site or cut your own hair 🙂 two must-never-dos for sure. For example, we just had our site redesigned – in 24 hours it quadrupled in conversion rate, meaning that folks who land on the site are doing something: signing up for the newsletter, requesting a consult. Frankly, since the site has been launched it’s been like drinking from a fire hose. All sites should be like this. The site must work for you otherwise all the work you do is a bit wasted.

So what is Penny’s formula?

consistency of message + persistency of the author + understanding and managing your inbound marketing campaign + a website that works for you = success

Penny C. Sansevieri, Adjunct Instructor NYU
Author Marketing Experts, Inc.,

Office: 858/560-0121 Hotline: 619/808-BOOK
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In a way, Carolyn Howard-Johnson sums much of this discussion very nicely. Her formula is:

marketing = marketing = marketing > learn from other industries

She adds, “I like it because I think authors often think, Oh, that’s for big business, not me.”  The scenario goes something like this:

You have a desire and vision that must be marketed

You have a quality book and brand that must be marketed

You have a consistent message that must be marketed

Marketing is not a dirty word! There is probably very little in your life that is not there due to marketing.  Let’s face it; even your spouse or life partner is there because you marketed yourself as being someone worth spending time with.  Carolyn also points out that authors should learn from the success of others.  Why are some authors campaigns very successful and others not?  Why does one product catch the consumers’ attention and the other fades to oblivion?  Authors can learn from those who successfully sell their books and adapt those techniques to their own efforts. You can also borrow from the success of any product.  Perhaps the right logo, a good sound bite, phrase, or proper niche effort is what makes a product a success.

Carolyn Howard-Johnson
Instructor for the renowned UCLA Extension Writers’ Program  
Web site:

Award-winning author of the HowToDoItFrugally Series of Books for writers, including USA Book News’ award winners
The Frugal Editor
The Frugal Book Promoter
Blogs for Writers: , ,

Does all of this imply that only authors with big budgets can have a high sales ranks and numbers?  Not at all.  In fact, so much can be done for nothing, or with minimal expense, in this day of instant information access.  You just have to know how to do it and hopefully, the above formulas will set your marketing efforts in the right direction.

Review for Book Promo 201 by Nikki Leigh

I just got a new review for my book Book Promo 201 and wanted to share it 🙂

Nikki Leigh pushes you off the dock into the ocean of the deep web and takes you to a new shore of Internet book marketing. So, get yourself out of your little local pond and let Nikki Leigh show you how to market on the seas of every continent.

Take this book to its highest power and you will be working weeks and weeks to do all the things Nikki Leigh tells you to do, go to all the places she tells you to go, and get a presence on all the sites she says are important to promote yourself to as many people as possible.

Follow Nikki Leigh page after action-packed page and get busy soon after you go to and buy your download of Book Promo 201: Harness the Power of the Internet with Web 2.0 and Social Media Marketing.

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The Benefits of Doing a Virtual Blog Tour or a Blog Outreach Campaign

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Meet the Promo 101 Promotional Services Staff

We’re making some changes at Promo 101 Promotional Service – you may have noticed the new banner and that is just a small change. I’m putting together details about some new services that we’re offering — these will be posted soon.

Nikki Leigh – Owner Promo 101 Virtual Blog Tours
Award Winning & Best Selling Fiction & Non Fiction Author
& Publicist

Nikki Leigh began as an idea in a teenager’s mind. At about 14, she wanted to be an author and she wanted to write under the name Nikki Leigh. It took over 20 years, before Nikki met the world. She is from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

“I want to convey time, place and character details to my readers. I choose my settings carefully and want people to understand what the setting and history contributes to the story.” Her love of the coast, history and lighthouses is apparent in her stories. On a trip to Cape Ann with her brother, Chris, she found the location for the Misty Cove series. The rugged land, hard working people and rich history were too compelling to ignore. Cape Ann and Gloucester, Massachusetts are featured in Stormy View, Widow’s Walk (Book One), Lady Lightkeeper (Book Two) and Stormy View.

“My first mystery, Lilah and the Locket, is set along the Outer Banks of NC and literally at the base of Cape Hatteras. There is extensive local history and color woven into the story. I did that to help convey the time and place to readers. Other local events will be featured in upcoming books in the Outer Banks series.”

Award winning fiction and non fiction author, Nikki Leigh, provides Web 2.0 and Social Media Marketing services. Nikki brings over 17 years of promotional experience and over 9 years of online promotional experience to each project. She works with her clients to help them establish and/or build their online presence and helps them learn to identify and reach the correct target market for their promotion. Promo 101 Virtual Blog Tours and Promotional Services are always open to finding new ways to help you learn to promote more effectively. In addition to business books and novels, Nikki Leigh is the author of Book Promo 101 and Book Promo 201. For much more information, visit and

Book Promo 101 – Basics of Book Promotion and Book Promo 201 – Use Web 2.0 and the Internet to Promote are Nikki’s latest books. She created these to share her promotional background with authors. Promo 101 includes tips and suggestions to help the beginning book promoter or the more experienced promoter to build a solid foundation for their promotional work. There are review questions at the end of each chapter to help the author to learn more. Promo 201 reveals many details about how to use social networks, social bookmarking, book trailers, podcasting, blogs, branding and much more, including hundreds of free internet resources. For details about the promotional services that Nikki offers, visit her promotional services page –

Promo 101
Promo 201

Nikki is the Owner of Promo 101 Promotional Services
Social Media Coordinator for Loveology
Head of Social Media Marketing for Happier

Stephanie Ward – Promo 101 Virtual Tours – Tour Coordinator

Stephanie Marshall Ward was born and raised in Greenville, N.C. She has been an avid reader and aspiring writer since she was very small child. After graduating from the University of N.C. at Chapel Hill, she did a brief stint as a reporter and staff writer for a small local newspaper. She became convinced she was meant to play a role in helping people change their lives, rather than just observing and reporting on them. Therefore, she returned to school in her hometown and completed a degree in counseling.

While working her way through graduate school as a departmental research assistant, she was discovered to have editing skills. Her professors frequently used her to edit papers they had written for publication in professional journals. Thus, thanks to the “publish or perish” system, Stephanie discovered a love of editing. She also – much to her own surprise – placed second in a national writing contest sponsored by a professional journal.

Stephanie lives in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with her husband. She has had what she likes to call eclectic professional experience: raising children, developing prevention programs for “at-risk” kids, counseling youth and families, helping library patrons with literary selections, and running a home-based day care business. She is a tour coordinator for Promo 101 Virtual Blog Tours and a writing coach with Write at Home, which offers tutorial writing classes to middle- and high-school students. She is also a home schooling mom to three children, an avid reader, a writer, and a book blogger, and she was a featured writer for the Life Without School E-Zine.

Mitzi Rae – Promo 101 Tour Coordinator and Social Media Publicist

Mitzi is the pen name for an author who has ghostwritten hundreds of articles and she is now spreading her wings and dabbling in erotic fiction. She is the owner of Shed Your Inhibitions Press ( At this point she is working on a series of short seduction stories, which are being published as ebooks. And she hopes to release the collection in print when they are complete. Mitzi also has an extensive background in promotional work and she uses that for her work and also for Promo 101 clients. In addition, she is studying at Loveology University to become a master sexpert and eventually a love coach. You can’t imagine the story ideas that come from the lesson. For much more information about Mitzi – visit her blog and she can be found at – and

Donna Sundblad – Promo 101 Virtual Tours – Tour Coordinator
Donna is an editor for a several sites, is a freelance writer and a published author.

Donna Sundblad enjoys life as a wife, mother, and grandmother. She’s the eldest of seven and the great-great granddaughter of a Native American named Little Beetle. Little Beetle’s people were a blend of Chippewa and Mingo and lived in West Virginia. She decided to leave her culture and took on the name Ida M. Biddle. When she married a white fur trader named Marshall Prickett, their joining was not accepted by either culture, but they forged a new life together.

Donna’s love of family, belief in God, interest in her Native American heritage and her love of fantasy and science fiction all influence her writing. Her fertile background shines through her YA fantasy novel Windwalker which opens hundreds of years in the past when the Stygian race welcomes the pale-skinned, diseased-riddled Jonnick to their shores despite prophetic warnings of future harm to the Land and their culture. Neither side is aware of the concealed powers of darkness that disembark with the refugees. Subsequent generations of conflict draw deep lines of division between the two cultures, neither aware that the spirit of the Mage lives within the Jonnick queen.

“What’s fun for me,” Donna says, “is that both of my fantasy novels came about through following the prompts and exercises found in my creative writing book, Pumping Your Muse.”

Her second novel, Beyond the Fifth Gate, due out in September 2008 and features her first female protagonist who races against time to journey though five mystical gates to return to her homeworld to free her people from the bondage of a conquering race of incectoids.

Donna also writes inspirational non-fiction and is published in several anthologies including Life Savors published by Tyndale. Her articles have also appeared in The Writer Magazine, You and Me – America’s Medical Magazine, and more. Her varied freelance career also includes work as a regular contributor and site editor at LoveToKnow, and responsibilities as the Fantasy Topic Editor at Inspired Author. She serves as a Tour Coordinator for Promo 101 Virtual Blog Tours and is the Senior Non-Fiction Editor and a Senior Fantasy Editor at ePress-online. A transplanted Midwesterner, she now lives in rural NW Georgia where she enjoys life with her husband, gardening and learning more about the local wildlife.

12 Benefits of Social Media Marketing

12 Benefits of Social Media Marketing

By Nikki Leigh

Customers in these tough economic times are looking for the best ways to spend their time and money. Business people who have a strong social media presence have the opportunity to communicate directly with their potential clients.

Which of these benefits appeal to you?


  • Generating global sales

  • Building relationships is an important part of the social media puzzle
  • Generate a buzz about your business and products
  • Reach your target audience
  • Get information about you and your business to many people
  • Create links back to your site, blog etc – we bookmark your website pages & articles
  • Let customers & potential customers to learn more about you, your business & products
  • Help online visitors get to know the person behind the business or other product
  • Search engines love blogs & social sites. Your information gets to search engines quick
  • Give people the opportunity to communicate with you through the various sites
  • Comments can give you the chance to see what your social sites are thinking
  • Build credibility and increase visibility

Many people have expressed the thought that social media marketing is a waste of time. However, when you know how to use the various social media options and tools, it can be a very powerful promotional tool. We’ll share many tips in the coming weeks to help you understand why social media marketing can be a great tool to propel your business to the next level, even in a down economy.

For more details of some social media options Promo 101 offers –

For more information about social media marketing – I recommend Book Promo 201: Harness the Power of Web 2.0 and Social Media Marketing – or

Very Proud to be A "WE Magazine 101 Women Bloggers to Watch for 2009"

Originally Posted at by Heidi Richards

Welcome to our 2009 list of 101 Women Bloggers to Watch for 2009! We have scoured the internet to find these amazing women bloggers and are delighted to present them to the readers of WE Magazine for Women (over 40).

Like the other Women bloggers to Watch we have honored, these women come from very diverse backgrounds. There are business blogs, personal blogs, relationship blogs, hobby blogs, travel blogs, blogs about kids, pets, travel, food, health, women, men, shopping, fashion and more. These women represent many parts of the globe.

When you visit these amazing women, be sure and tell them where you found out about them. Feel free to share this list with your circles.

And if you happen to be one of our bloggers to watch, congratulations! You can download our new logo by right clicking and saving to your computer).

Pink Heels with Jennifer Moore

Pathway To Presence Blog with Gina Rafkind

Women Xplore with Bela

Say Yes Institute with Carrie Stack, M.Ed.

Prosperity is Now with Donna McAlister

Financial blog with Tawra

Freedom Blogging with Jan Norman
Writer’s Eye Advisory Service with Lael Johnson
Vanilla Sage with Eleisia Whitney
Conventional Wisdom Institute with Rebecca Staton-Reinstein
Advantage Virtual Assistant with April Jones

Poder Interior with Norma Cruz

Almost Smart Cookie with Dr. LeslieBeth Wish

Marcom Interactive with Linda Zimmer

Smart Woman Guides with Vicki Flaugher

Women’s Work with Susan

Bari J with Bari J Ackerman

Arizona Home Talk with Becky Wyatt

Tech Coach for Coaches with Sandra DeFreitas

Belle Vivir with Julie

Rain’s Authentic Blog

Virtual Book Tour with Nikki Leigh

Isaac Business Services with Cheryl Isaac

Andrea Dean’s Blog

Diane Kennedy’s Tax Loopholes

That Crazy Mom with April
Orange Soda with Janet Meiners Thaeler
Women Entrepreneurs – The First Year with Jo Anne Cohn

Becoming Something with Natasha

Fast Wonder Blog with Dawn Foster

Great Adaptations with Suzanna
The Get Smart Blog with Bridget Ayers
Julie Yack’s Blog
Tammy Tailor Nails

The Best of Marbella with Maria Petrak

Denise Mabilog Photography

Madalyn’s Music Biz Blog

The Chronicle of Coaching with Linda Ballew

Communication Bridges with Mary Schnack

Supernatural Botanicals with Robin Feltner

The RebelWoman Show with Jann Taber

Wealth, Success and Women with Heather Juma

Women Entrepreneurs Secrets with Deb Bailey

Dawn at Your Service with Dawn Lawson

Success in Bloom with Colleen Johnston

Girls Getaway Guide with Casey Wohl

Mommy Revenue with Rhonda White

Savvy Doula with Darlene MacAuley

SheEO Blog with Jennifer Dalitz

The Productivity Queen with Lorraine Pirihi

The Bulletin Board with Eydie Stumpf

Quick Moments with Gayna

Rachel’s Place with Rachel

Women Wise with Kelly Watson

Tax Tips Blog with Gina Gwordz

WorldChangingBusiness with Coco Fossland

Not Just Pretty with Erin Ferree

NextSteph with Stephanie M. Cockerl

The T-Shirt Lady with Sandi Myers

PKS Miami with Jane Zucker

Cherie’s Profit Blog with Cherie Ang

Online Business Woman with Roxanne

Technical Projects with Sara Isenberg

Viva Visibility with Nancy Marmolejo

Your Design Biz Blog with Mary Larsen

Yielding Wealth with Miranda Marquit

Work From Home Momma with Laura Spencer

Workerette with Melonie Murray

Words of a Broken Mirror with Alina Popescu

Wise Women Investor with Lisa Moren Bromma

The Next Women with Simone Brummelhuis
Startup Spark with Shannon Cherry

Speak Schmeak with Lisa Braithwaite

Small Business Boomers with Jean Murray

Sisters In Biz with Monica Flores

Real Thinking with Patricia Hewitt

Randa Clay Design with Randa Clay

Pajama Professional with Sara Christensen

Origin of Brands with Laura Ries

Mingle with Beth Brodovsky

Leader Notes with Bridget Wright

Leader Networks with Vanessa DiMauro

Interview Chatter with Darlene McDaniel

Help Desk Notes with Linda Marie

Greener Assets with Allison Boyer

Green Gigs with Lori Stewart

Funny Business with Elana Centor

Everyday Networker with Jennifer Gniadecki

Customers Are Always with Maria Palma

Corporate PR with Elizabeth Albrycht

Chiefette with Fiona Powell

Behind The Buzz with Rachel Clarke

I live in Dallas with Jennifer

Advergirl with Leigh Householder

Chicas Emprendedoras with Paola Cristina Diaz

Tulips Talk with Heidi Richards Mooney

Melissa Seymour with Melissa Seymour

Media Relations with Jeri Cartwright

Making Strategic Sense with Patti Dragland

Let’s Get Down to Business with Pam Wolf
Betsy Aoki’s Blog

If you know of a Woman Blogger we need to highlight on WE Magazine for Women, drop me a line or leave a comment below.

(This was posted in January and I missed it, but I saw it through Google Alerts when it was reposted last week.)

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