ORGANIZATION FOR CREATIVES. MADE EASY.

Find the tips you need to start organizing your life + tools that will help you stay organized so you can keep creating.
CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP

social writer

Launching New Author Websites

Launching New Author Websites

This is a post I’ve been wanting to write for a long time, but never quite found the time to. Today, we’re talking about author websites. If you think about your favorite author, whether indie or traditionally published. But can we be honest? A lot of author websites suck. I know that as a writer, […]

Continue Reading

Social Writer: Pinterest

I’ve talked in the past about how Pinterest can help authors with plotting, but Pinterest can do a lot more for authors. Since deciding to publish The Assassin under a pen name, I’ve created a new social media account for Laura Teagan on every platform. Let me be honest, for the Ginger & Co. brand, […]

Continue Reading

Social Writer: Instagram

I’ll be honest, out of the big social media platforms Instagram is probably my least favorite. I feel like I never have any cool photos to post, and when I first launched my Laura Teagan instagram account (and even to this day), I sometimes forget to post on it. Because that account is so specific […]

Continue Reading

Social Writer: Twitter

Twitter, oh Twitter, where do I begin? It seems like marketers and “public figures” (I use that term loosely) love it, but other people don’t seem to quite understand where to begin with it. As a writer, here’s the basics of where you should begin to grow. 1. Bio and Header. I talked about this […]

Continue Reading

Social Writer: Facebook

Facebook is a bit of a sucker these days. It’s one of the most used social media platforms out there, but when it comes to Facebook pages, that’s absolutely pointless. Facebook is a pay-to-play platform, which means if you want people to actually see your posts oyou have to pay for advertising. Before we get […]

Continue Reading

The Social Writer: A New Series

  I started my last semester of college yesterday, and as a public relations major, I heard a lot about campaigns and “integrated marketing,” which basically means social media (in a really water downed way). Given that I’m starting to look at social media more and more as a business tool rather than just for […]

Continue Reading