From Blog to Bestselling Book

 

From Blog to Bestselling Book
With Pamela Redmond Satran


 

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Dream of starting a blog that can grow into something much bigger? Or do you hope to monetize your blog by turning it into a book, a television show, and -- why not? -- an international multimedia empire? In "From Blog To Bestselling Book," blogger and author Pamela Redmond Satran tells you how she created her blog hownottoactold.com, sold it as a book in under two months to Harper Collins, made that book into a New York Times bestseller, and had that bestseller optioned by DreamWorks.

This is a nuts and bolts webinar that covers everything from launching your blog to turning it into a book proposal to using your online presence to vault onto the bestseller list.
Takeaways include:
*what kind of blogging platform to use
*how to title and develop your blog
*where to publicize your blog
*when to start pitching your blog as a book
*why a book's different from a blog
*how to use your blog and other online resources to promote your book
*how to leverage your blog to increase book sales.



Pamela Redmond Satran is the author of the New York Times bestseller How Not To Act Old, based on her blog of the same name, as well as the co-creator of nameberry.com, a website based on her ten bestselling books on baby names. Also the author of five novels, a columnist for Glamour, and a frequent contributor to such online publication as The Daily Beast and The Huffington Post, Satran is developing a new multi-media fiction project on the web.

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