Sunday, August 28, 2016

MANA's Dr. Fairy Hayes-Scott, Featured Speaker At Women's Virtual Success Summit

Are you an author, businesswoman or entrepreneur and want to learn more secrets of success? Then, see and learn from the best-in-their-class speakers and teachers from around the world, including MANA’s Own, Dr. Fairy Hayes-Scott, featured at the 2016 Women’s Virtual Success Summit this Labor Day weekend. 

The Women’s Virtual Success Summit runs from Friday, September 2 to Monday, September 5 and boasts more than 40  speakers from six continents. Dr. Hayes-Scott, owner of MarketingNewAuthors.com and its parent company, Robbie Dean Press, will speak twice on Saturday, September 3 at:

• 7:00 a.m. Pacific/10:00 a.m. Eastern on: “The Multi-tasked Businesswoman–Significant Other, Mother, and a Senior's Caregiver– Surviving & Thriving!” 

• 3:00 p.m. Pacific/6:00 p.m. Eastern, on: “How to Run a Company on a Shoestring Budget with No Shoes and A Lot of Home Responsibilities, Too!”

The Women’s Virtual Success Summit is hosted by Iolande V. Argent, an award-winning author and poet, international speaker and radio talk show personality who can be heard weekly in Sacramento, California on KUBU 96.5 FM on the “Iolande Argent Show.”

This is free event hosted entirely online and features interactive sessions as well as prerecorded workshops for women who want to start a business, write a book; grow an existing business; or find their true calling as an entrepreneur.

Attendees can claim their free ticket by registering at www.torelaunch.me or by visiting the event website at www.womensvirtualsuccesssummit.com.


DR. C’s Tip #3: It's Up To Authors To Promote Their Books

You've written and published your first book, now what? 

It's now time to promote it! However, when it comes to marketing, authors sometimes find it hard to do on their own. So, it's not uncommon for authors to hire marketing companies to promote their books. 

However, it does not matter which marketing company you work with to advertise your book because you – the author –  definitely need to “push” your book, too. 

You, as the author, need to let people know when your book will make its debut. And once published, you and the marketing agency need to discuss a strategy to promote the work and develop steps to carry out the promotion.