The Extroverted Writer: An Author's Guide to Marketing and Building a Platform

The Extroverted Writer: An Author's Guide to Marketing and Building a Platform

by Amanda Luedeke

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ISBN-13: 9781492918103
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/12/2013
Pages: 98
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

Amanda Luedeke is a literary agent with MacGregor Literary, Inc. A 2006 graduate of Taylor University's Professional Writing program, Amanda spent some years working in marketing as a social media expert and copywriter for major national brands, including Vera Bradley, Peg Perego, and Benjamin Moore. While in marketing, she launched blogs, YouTube channels, Facebook pages, and more on behalf of clients.

She has been an agent since 2010, and has quickly put to use her knack for understanding and not shying away from marketing and promotions. She works with her authors to perfect their brands and marketing efforts, while offering weekly marketing advice on the agency blog.

Amanda lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana, with her husband and Great Dane.

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The Extroverted Writer: An Author's Guide to Marketing and Building a Platform 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Christian_Miles More than 1 year ago
I have religiously followed the Thursdays with Amanda posts over at Chip MacGregor's blog, absorbing the awesome advice that Amanda is so annoyingly full of. So when I saw that she'd written an e-book about marketing, I bought it as soon as I could. And I'm very glad I did. Amanda Luedeke's "The Extroverted Writer" is a great marketing tool for authors. She gives platform-building advice about everything from Facebook and Pinterest, to blogs and giveaways--and she does it in concise, easy-to-understand paragraphs that are oftentimes as humorous as they are insightful. This is a great overview of marketing and, unlike most books on building a platform, it doesn't just tell you the things you should be doing. It shows you how to do those things. And that makes it an amazing tool for noob writers and experienced authors alike. Five stars.