This past week, I read a couple of very interesting blog posts about Google AdSense, which as most everybody who has investigated monitizing their content knows, is a popular option. AdSense is a contextual advertising service owned by Google. The concept is simple: advertisers pay money through the Google AdWords program to advertise on content webpages. Google then matches the advertisements up with content producer webpages through the Google AdSense program.
We’ve all heard rumors about e-publishing and having all of your rights stolen without payment. Sometimes these rumors are spread by someone malicious, and sometimes they’re spread by people who misinterpret agreements they’ve read online. Unfortunately, it’s sometimes hard to figure out whether a rumor is a myth or a fact.
How do you bring “I want to write about everything” to a manageable brand that you can package with a single website or blog and only one or two accounts with your favorite types of social media…The good thing is that when you’re building a brand you don’t have to label everything about what you do. That running shoe manufacturer comes up with new twists on design every time fashion and technology change. So can you.
Find ebook publishing tips in the slideshows that Linda Aksomitis presented at all of the TBEX travel blogging conferences around the world in 2016. They cover topics from content marketing with ebooks to providing setup instructions for formatting an ebook.
Linda Aksomitis interviews a hybrid publisher and three picture book authors who used hybrid publishing to self-publish their own picture books. All of the books received various award nominations and awards — learn what they invested and how the process worked.