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1 Why Pastors Should Publish Books

There are so many reasons why a pastor or ministry leader should write a book. Publishing a book presents a unique opportunity for ministry leaders and lay people in the church. Christianity depends heavily on education and training. There is a constant stream of teaching in the church and among its members that is often […]

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Your Book is Your Business, How to Brand Both (Video)

Even if your best friend owns a top publishing company, giving you an immediate “in,” this does not guarantee publishing success.   First, you have to write a quality book that has a clear target audience. And your book must answer a common problem or need that audience shares. Then you have to develop a […]

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How Blogging Can Make You Famous

Today, you will see that a lot of people are blogging. There are millions of blogs out there. And tons of abandoned blogs too! (Will write another blog post on THAT!) But anyway, some people write blogs that concentrate on their personal life and experiences, others write blogs to market and promote stuff. Some blog […]

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12 Tips On How to Get More Traffic to Your Website

Write a web site plan. Know what you want it to do before you build a site. Create a favorable buying experience for your ministry products. Make the web site easy to use. Provide good customer service by shipping products within 5 to 7 days. Use auto responders when people make purchases. Make your site “shopper-friendly.” […]

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African-American Market Comes of Age A rising crop of new authors

PUBLISHERS WEEKLY article featuring Pam Perry By Angie Kiesling — Publishers Weekly, 9/1/2008 Within religion publishing, it’s hard to miss the surge in growth over the last several years of the African-American market. Industry professionals of all stripes—agents, authors, editors, PR gurus—will tell you the market demand is there, the desire to reach the market […]

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4 Event Planning 101: How to Get the Word Out

In order to get “peeps” in the seats, advance planning is key! At least 4 to 6 weeks of HARD promotion is needed to make it successful. Yes, HARD promotion six weeks out is really critical for success when planning an event.  What do you do to get the people there? Here’s a checklist to […]

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