Category Archives: For Authors

Exclusivity is Valuable — The Power Of Your Own Social Network

Our social network isn’t designed to be a packed airport shoving people through in a rush, herding them past stores and on the way towards another destination. No, we’re more like the First Class Lounge. A quiet place, with comfortable chairs, nice snacks, and free drinks. A place where you can sit back and have a chat with a colleague or a fellow traveler.

It’s Time To Celebrate Our Irish Authors

As this day is a celebration of Irish Culture, or at least was originally intended as such, we are using it to celebrate our Irish authors! Please check out their books, leave reviews for any you have read both on our site and on additional sites, and raise a cheer to their hard work on the 17th with some green beer or nice whiskey.  Now, without further ado, here they are in alphabetical order with a few of their books.

GUEST BLOG: We All Wanted to Be Heroes When We Were Young by Weston Ochse

We are kicking off our guest blogging series with a post by Weston Ochse. This is the first of a four part series documenting his journey with SEAL Team 666. If you haven’t read this book, make sure you do so before it’s in theaters! Today’s post originally appeared in Soldier of Fortune Magazine 2012. […]

How to Make a Twitter Card

Happy Friday, everyone! Earlier this week you may have heard that I attended the Twitter Academy and learned a fancy new marketing skill. You may also have seen some tweets that looked a bit different coming from me (Marissa) that were retweeted by ThirdScribe. Just like all things that we discuss, share, promote, or offer […]

Unleashing The Power Of The Pin

How to build your audience with pictures! Images play a vital role in modern web marketing. They are pinned, shared, tweeted, and posted. Often times, it’s the image that is shared more than the article that contains it. And, if it’s good enough (or bad enough), one picture can change your entire brand in an instant.