By Melissa Uhles
When it comes to writing, I’ve had my pen in lots of different pots.
I’ve written novels, short films, plays, blogs, marketing, and web copy. Each time I dive into a new type of writing I try to read a book or two to get some advice. For example, writing a novel is vastly different from writing a screenplay.
And writing informational nonfiction for a small business’s website that is concerned with their SEO also requires a different skill set.
Aren’t we all lucky there is a book on every subject to help us out.
Here are my 12 favorites:
Rafflecopter, a well-known giveaway site, helps businesses and individuals promote their products and services. The main way they do this is through hosting giveaways. When I first began to run giveaways to promote my writing, I had no idea what service to use. The first one I stumbled upon was Rafflecopter.
Below is an honest review of their services.More
Don’t worry, creating a giveaway isn’t as hard as it seems. The best part is that giveaways work and will increase your email list. People love free stuff. And if done right, the cost is minimal yet the return is great.