Mary May Larmoyeux, Uncategorized

Help! How Can I Market My Stuff?

by Mary May Larmoyeux

lightWhat writer doesn’t love to write? But if you’re like me, marketing your writing is not your favorite thing to do.

To me, somehow marketing seems self-serving. And yet, if people don’t know about our articles, blog posts and books, how can they read what we have written?

The reality is: Marketing is like shining light on our written creations.

A friend of mine, Linda Fulkerson, has begun a new website about marketing, www.marketingforchristianwriters.com. You might want to check it out.

Now, if I were a marketer, I would have probably said something like:“You don’t want to miss the hidden gems about marketing that Linda Fulkerson shares on her new website, Marketing for Christian Writers! Be sure and check out the Resources tab. You’ll find timely tips, learn how you can get a free copy of “102 Ways You Can Market Your Stuff,” and much more.

Interested? … Go to www.marketingforchristianwriters.com

And while you are at it, please check out my new website, www.legacyconnection.org. It’s still in progress, and I’d sure appreciate your thoughts and suggestions!

© 2014 Mary May Larmoyeux. All rights reserved.
Photo © Sergey Kravtsov | Dreamstime.com

Read more about marketing:

Marketing Tips from Rob Eager, Part 1
Marketing Tips from Rob Eager, Part 2
Marketing Tips from Rob Eager, Part 3
Traditional Marketing Versus Relational Marketing

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4 thoughts on “Help! How Can I Market My Stuff?”

  1. Thanks so much, Mary, for sharing the news about the site. And from reading that blurb you wrote about it, you’ve got more of a marketing bone in you than you’re letting on, lol! I liked what Darcy Pattison shared at the LR ACW conference recently – marketing our writing helps us spread light to the world and salt to the earth. Yes, it may seem self-serving, but hopefully it will really be God-serving, which is the goal of Marketing for Christian Writers.

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