Compulsive writer. Author. Content Strategist.
Just because you write nonfiction, doesn't mean you can't write creatively. So make today the day you invest in your writing career to improve your writing and increase you ability to reach more readers. Jay Artale introduces you to the concept and approach of free writing for travel writers. This book is available as an ebook and paperback.
Pinterest has always been a very tricky social media tool for both traditional and and self-published authors. Below, Jay Artale walks us through how to use Pinterest to get discovered as an author.
Looking for tips on what to do in Bodrum Turkey? As part of our city guides series, we interviewed Roving Jay who has been traveling to the Bodrum Peninsula for the past 4 years Jay shares with us her insider tips on the best things to do in Bodrum, Turkey + best places to eat, stay, drink, and explore.
Each How-To book in this four-part "Writing and Self-Publishing a Travel Guide" series covers a distinct set of activities to get your thoughts organized, together they take you from the seed of an idea to passive income stream. It's how I was able to abandon my corporate job to become a full-time travel writer and digital nomad.
What tool is indispensable when it comes to running your author business? Jay Artale consulted with ALLi members to find out the writing and self-publishing tools they couldn’t do without. Here’s her roundup of the software, tools, and services they use and recommend.
You chose to blog a book and build author platform and compose your manuscript at the same time. However, building a platform of avid blog readers can take a while even if you are making good progress on your blogged book. That’s why you want to add pillar content to your site. In this post, Jay Artale (@BirdsOAFpress), a digital nomad and full-time writer and blogger, explains how to create pillar content that attract readers to your site like a magnet.
How do you monetize a blog? That question can be answered in many ways. However, in this post, Jay Artale (@BirdsOAFpress), a digital nomad and full-time writer and blogger, provides an answer you may not have heard before. She explains how creating valuable content consistently helped her build a brand that leads to income.
You’ve heard the advice to choose a nonfiction niche for your books and blogs, and you took action. But what if your niche suddenly plummets in popularity? What do you do then? In today’s guest post, Jay Artale (@BirdsOAFpress) ,a digital nomad and full-time writer and blogger, explains how she handled this very situation. Discover some powerful tips on how to niche-proof your work.
Every author wants to reach more readers. And you can…by leveraging your content. In today’s guest post, Jay Artale (@BirdsOAFpress), a digital nomad and full-time writer and blogger, explains the importance of content marketing and provides some ideas for how you can use this strategy to sell books without being salesy.
If you are writing your book without a clearly defined target audience, take your fingers off the keyboard. Take a moment to ready today’s guest post by Jay Artale (@BirdsOAFpress), a digital nomad and full-time writer and blogger. Why? Because she explains how writing for your readers makes all the difference in your ability to write your book and sell it to those who want it most.
Have you ever used the index at the back of a nonfiction book? Helpful, right? It’s a great way to find what you are looking for in a full-length hardcover or paperback book. But do you need an index…or is your table of contents enough…in your self-published ebook or paperback? That’s what Jay Artale (@BirdsOAFpress), a digital nomad and full-time writer and blogger, discusses today.
Have you ever looked at the beginning of a nonfiction book? A variety of pages preceed the first chapter, but does your book need or want to include them all? Today, Jay Artale (@BirdsOAFpress), a digital nomad and full-time writer and blogger, takes a close look at each type of front matter to help you decide.