I’m bummed that my time slot is up against Karen Dionne’s Agent-Author Relationship panel, featuring Scott Hoffman, Norb Vonnegut, Jeff Kleinman, and Elizabeth Letts, but I figure it’s their bad luck too. (If you guys want a few minutes just grab me in the hallway or at the bar.)
One hour is going to fly by, so this is what you can expect:
1:00-1:10: Setting goals, measuring results and time management
1:11-1:20: How to listen effectively and why
1:21-1:30: Essential Web Presence Components
1:31-1:45: Business Development 101
Attendees will also walk away with an updated version of my ever-evolving cheat sheet, Social Media Starters for Authors, and one hour of personal coaching whenever they need it.
I’ll see if I can hunt down some sweet freebies too, Like Kodak’s tremendous Social Media Tips guide.
If anybody has any suggestions for must-have social media references or web-based resources, please let me know.
For more information about the Backspace Writers Conference’s complete lineup, and to register, click here: Backspace Writers Conference.
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