Personal Profile Of The Week: Judy Cullins

Written by Larry Dotson

Judy Cullins is a 22-year veteran publisher, book coach, and author of _Write your eBook or Other Short Book--Fast!_ and _Ten Non-techie Ways to Market Your Book Online_, and 30+ others. She gives 80 seminars and teleclasses on book writing, publishing, and selling, was columnist of "Passionate Living" for 2 years, and now publishes "The Book Coach Says..." a free monthly eZine. Email her at and visit her Web site at

Nickname: Jude

Age: 64

Present Residence: La Mesa, Ca (Near San Diego)

Name Of High School/College: UC Santa Barbara & SDSU

First Full/Part-time Job: Cooking for a family of 7

Marital Status: Single

Number Of Children: 1 adult child, Randy

Number Of Pet(s): No pets - I travel too much.

Computer: Pentium 333


Written by Craig Lock

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My advice is just find your "natural style" by writing as youspeak - as practicing writing in your "natural style" breeds confidence. Then submit your articles to ezines and announcement lists, like Article Announce, Free Content, Publish In Yours and Article Publish. I find this marketing method by farrepparttar 129716 most effective means of getting traffic to our various sites (and one thing then leads to another)... and best of all it costs nothing, but a little time and effort! Lately, all our marketing has been done through writing articles (on internet marketing, writing, money and self help) and submitting them to article announcement lists, like Free Content, Publish in Yours, Article Publish and Shelley Lowery's Article Announce. Often from there they get picked up by ezines with large readerships - from 10000 even ones with millions of subscribers. True! These big ezine publishers are continually looking for new and quality content, particularly ORIGINAL material that can help others.

My advice is... Write about what you KNOW - your areas of knowledge and expertise, based on your experiences. We find this strategy of SHARING relevant and practical information most effective of all in drawing traffic to our various web sites... and best of all, it helps others "out there inrepparttar 129717 vast void/realm of cyberspace". That is one of repparttar 129718 reasons why I write my various articles.

Here are some other points in writing articles forrepparttar 129719 www:


* Identify your target audience.

* Keep your title reasonably short* *.

* Keep your paragraphs short.

* Get torepparttar 129720 point quickly (enough waffle with maple syrup, Craig!).

* Target your article to your audience with "focussed information".

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