WMG has had the opportunity to work with uber-successful authors like Brene Brown, Gretchen Rubin, and AJ Jacobs to name a few. We’ve worked with them, and others, assisting in various capacities and across multiple book launches--and sometimes our clients end up on...read more
We can’t stress this enough. NO, the free photo you got from the photo store at the mall is not good enough. NO, the photos from your holiday card with your sister cropped out won’t work (yes, that’s really something someone asked). Let’s say it like this: a picture...read more
I recently heard someone share that she was writing a book in order to leave a legacy -- and then she specifically mentioned that since she had decided not to have children this was something beautiful she could leave in the world. And this metaphor of “birthing” a...read more
If you’re a big fan of your Kindle and cheap books, you probably already know all about BookBub. Just in case you’re in the dark on this excellent creation, BookBub is a daily newsletter with discounted e-books. Subscribers join the newsletter and choose which genres...read more
As an author, you’re almost always going to end up with some extra copies of your book. And sometimes, you can end up with a lot of copies. We’ve seen scenarios where garages are filled with books in an attempt at a best-seller campaign or where authors have to buy back any unsold copies from a retailer after a certain amount of time. Or sometimes if you’re self-publishing it just makes sense to order a lot of warehouse and ship them yourself.read more
As you’re getting ready to launch your product/book/store/shop/baby, you know that you have some connections who have said “let me know how I can help.” Or you know you have done some similar promotions for colleagues in the past and now it’s your turn to ask them to...read more
You’re an entrepreneur, coach, creative, world-shaker, maybe all of the above, longing to make an impact in the world. You’ve considered (or even already started) writing a book to share your message, your expertise, and your vision for the future. You know that...read more
But here’s the thing. For many of our Worthy Marketing Group clients, a website is less a piece de resistance and more a necessary evil. What we mean by this is that a responsive, well-organized, well-designed website is a definite benefit for most businesses — including authors and coaches. But it’s not the end-all, be-all of marketing for many of our clients.read more
When we engage with clients we push them through the WORTHY Way, a framework to launch your W-WORTHY (we needed two W’s!) message that is built to last.read more
the difference between a Facebook boost and ad campaign and what language is allowed in each type of campaign
what is the difference between a Facebook boost and a Facebook ad campaign?
The quick answer to this is ‘not much’!
Facebook’s ad platform allows business pages to pay money for traffic to specified pages, events, and external URLs. That is what an ad campaign is in essence. The difference between a boost and a campaign comes down to how you place your order for that traffic. If you have a Facebook business page, you might have noticed (or used!) the little blue ‘boost’ button that pops up under your page’s posts. Click the button, make a few decisions and press boost, and you’ve set up a Facebook ad campaign! More involved campaigns are set up using the Facebook Ad Manager and now-defunct Power Editor. (You can read our article and thoughts about the blue button here.)read more