Do you feel confident when it comes to marketing your business as a writer?
It’s time to address the primary issue that most writers have around marketing: how to get your offerings in front of the right people.
Today’s episode is jam-packed with a bunch of vital information and actionable tips for those of you looking to market yourself as writers. Lauren is joined by Liz Mcvoy from Liz McVoy Creative.
Liz shares her expertise on how to build connections through visual storytelling, how to build a marketing strategy that supports your life, tips for finding balance between your life and social media, she also describes what a launch and batching mean in marketing, the importance of showing up as your authentic self in front of your audience, and much more!
Thank you so much for tuning in today! If you haven’t listened to episode 40 where Lauren talks about how to choose a cover for your book, then go back and check it out!
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
-Make marketing yourself as a writer easy, go to schoolforwriters.com/mailinglists to learn how.
-Grab Liz’s Video Starter Guide: lizmcvoy.com/video/
-Attraction Marketing Accelerator: Digital Marketing Program for Entrepreneurs
-Join The School For Writers Academy and start a thriving writing career today!
Book recommendation of the week:
–Profit First: Transform Your Business from a Cash-Eating Monster to a Money-Making Machine by Mike Michalowicz.
Wondering why we don’t link to Amazon? Check out Episode 2 of the Business School for Writers Podcast to hear all about how supporting independent bookstores helps you see more stories like yours out in the world.
Liz McVoy is a caffeinated mom of two, marketing mentor, and the founder of Liz McVoy Creative, a video & design agency that helps creative brands and entrepreneurs have greater visibility and impact in their field.
Over the last decade, Liz has partnered with large tech companies, boutique brands, and entrepreneurs to build visibility, drive connections, and increase sales through video, branding, and marketing.
When she’s not working, Liz loves to spend as much time as possible with her husband and two little kids in Michigan.