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  • H.S. Palladino

    Great article Jeff, but how do you think that authors like Helen Wecker (the Golem and the Jinni) do their marketing before their roaring success? The web-site is nice, but nothing special, she doesn’t have masses of twitter followers and so on. Yes the book is great, but there is a lot of great books out there

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    Solid tips. People want to connect with us, we have to be real online, to many fakes.

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  • Herb Silverman

    Great article! Looking at your bullet points, I really like the observation on the online groups. As I am developing my own blog in the next several months, that is a good suggestion to look at possibilities of other individuals or organizations that will not only be a great connection, but also some guidance and assistance.

    I want to focus my attention on the aphasia; do you have any suggestions of site specificity for online groups that would be beneficial, please?

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  • Tim Roebuck

    Really great tips on improving personal brand. Many of these tips can be courses in and of themselves, but I have found knowing your “why” and what you stand for really sets the direction and fuels your journey. There are many tactics along the way that can propel, but I would encourage anyone interested in enhancing their personal brand, to first start at the core.

  • Tim Roebuck

    Really great tips on improving personal brand. Many of these tips can be courses in and of themselves, but I have found knowing your “why” and what you stand for really sets the direction and fuels your journey. There are many tactics along the way that can propel, but I would encourage anyone interested in enhancing their personal brand, to first start at the core.