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Thursday, January 27, 2011

5 Punctuation Pet Peeves!

Filed under: Guest Author Articles,Punctuation — Larry James @ 7:00 am
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Jeff Rubin, Guest Author

Think an ellipsis is when the moon moves in front of the sun? Or that a semicolon is a surgical proceedure?. . . well they’re not! 😉

Celebrate the Eighth Annual “National Punctuation Day®” on Saturday, September 24, 2011. National Punctuation Day® was founded by Jeff Rubin. It a holiday listed in Chase’s Calendar of Events as a celebration of the lowly comma, correctly used quotes, and other proper uses of periods, semicolons, and the ever mysterious ellipsis.

Jeff Rubin , owner of Put it in Writing, a newsletter publishing company based in Pinole, California, founded National Punctuation Day to draw attention to the importance of proper punctuation in business, education and everyday communications. A visit to the official National Punctuation Day® website offers punctuation information, and grammar resource links.

“As a journalist, I take the English language very seriously, including all its rules. I’m sad to see a decline in writing skills; we communicate so much by phone and e-mail, where writing skills are virtually nonexistent. I founded National Punctuation Day because punctuation is essential to good writing, and I’m passionate about good writing.” ~ Jeff Rubin

Cartoon by Debbie Ridpath Ohi at Inkygirl.com.

Defending punctuation isn’t glamorous work, but Jeff Rubin says he “soldiers on.” Below, Jeff shares his greatest punctuation pet peeves:

1. People who misuse the apostrophe, Part 1: The rule about apostrophes is so simple: If it’s plural there’s no apostrophe. How hard is that? Other than the period, which tells people to STOP, this is the easiest punctuation mark. Will the “Johnson’s” and “Smith’s” of the world explain to me why this rule is so difficult to understand?

2. People who misuse the apostrophe, Part 2: What’s the deal with “it’s” and “its”? “It’s” is a contraction, meaning “it is.” “Its” is possessive. If people read their sentences by substituting “it is” for “it’s” — “it is condition was serious” — it wouldn’t make sense. That means “it’s” is wrong.

3. People who make up their own punctuation style: At a business meeting the other day a guy who specializes in risk assessments said he likes to put commas and periods outside closing quotation marks. I told him that’s not the recognized style of any of the major stylebooks in the United States. He told me he felt it was a “choice,” not an absolute rule. That’s like saying the Ten Commandments are the Ten Suggestions.

4. People who put commas where they don’t belong: There are several correct ways to use a comma; an incorrect way is to add one just because it seems like the appropriate time. I know a writer who submits an occasional article for her company’s newsletter. Her article always includes a misplaced comma. When I ask why the comma is where it is, I get this response: “Well, I hadn’t used a comma in a while so I thought I should put one in.” Where’s the Maalox?

5. Their, there, and they’re; your and you’re: When did they stop teaching homophones in school?

Now. . . Go write an error-free letter to a friend!

Bonus Article: “The Importance of Editing Your Book BEFORE Publication

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Jeff Rubin

Copyright © 2011 – Jeff Rubin. Jeff Rubin owns “Put it in Writing,” a newsletter publishing firm based in Pinole, California. He’s written and designed more than 1,700 company newsletters since starting his business in 1981. Jeff is a member of the National Speakers Association and speaks frequently on writing, marketing, and integrity.

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Larry James is a professional speaker and the author of three relationship books, “How to Really Love the One You’re With: Affirmative Guidelines for a Healthy Love Relationship,” “LoveNotes for Lovers: Words That Make Music for Two Hearts Dancing” and “Red Hot LoveNotes for Lovers.” His newest book is “Ten Commitments of Networking.” Larry James also offers “Author & Speaker” coaching. Contact: AuthorsandSpeakersNetwork.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. CelebrateLove@cox.net – More than 110 articles especially for Authors & Speakers at: www.AuthorsandSpeakersNetwork.com

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Sunday, January 23, 2011

The Buzz on Being a Shameless NetShaker! – Part 2

Filed under: Author Tips,Promotion — Larry James @ 7:00 am

Part 2 of 2 Parts

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We shamelessly and consistently contact other quality Website owners with an invitation to link to our site provided that have a reciprocal links page. If we really like the site we will add their link to our site first, then send a personal e-mail to the site owner telling them something we like about their site so they will know we have visited their site and are not just randomly sending the e-mail to everyone. Personalize this e-mail with the site owner’s name if you can. We then give them several benefits to linking to our site and ask them for a reciprocal link.

Include html code in your e-mail so all they have to do is cut and paste the link to one of their web pages or refer them to a special page on your site that explains your reciprocal links trade plan. This page should include text link examples, a photo image, small banners, “cut and paste” html code and detailed link instructions to make it as easy as possible for them to link to you.

Webmasters know the value of having the appropriate keywords written into the html code of each page on their Websites. In the “link invitation” e-mail we send, we also tell them that we will add their name and website into the keywords on the page on our site where their link appears.

buzz1There are two advantages to doing this:

1. This gives them additional exposure to the top ten search engines we submit to, and
2. it will often result in Web surfers finding our site while looking for them.

If there is no response and we feel the site is good, we will keep it linked anyway.

We also check the keywords of other similar sites that may fit on our links criteria for keywords that might help us move up in the search engine rankings.

Most sites will respond favorably provided you have a site that has content that their visitors may find interesting. So, there’s another “shameless clue.” Add content. Lots of it. This is another key ingredient to being a NetShaker and an Internet success.

Unfortunately, a lot of Websites that we might consider link candidates are only about their service or product and have little or no content. Content is king. No-one can beat a site that offers quality content.

We have also had success by putting up special pages on CelebrateLove.com that dedicate space to causes we like. I have had asthma and allergies most of my life, my sister is a breast cancer survivor and my mother died of Alzheimer’s Disease. May is “National Allergy & Asthma Awareness Month,” October is “National Breast Cancer Awareness Month” and November is “National Alzheimer’s Disease Month” and “National Family Caregivers Month.”

For each of these months we post an “attention grabber” on our home page with a link that leads to several pages of info about each topic. We then submit these pages to the top ten search engines with appropriate keywords.

Holidays are also an attention grabber. People are always looking for sites that have information about their favorite holiday. Even though a holiday link may have little to do with our relationship site – with the exception of Valentine’s Day – our holiday links bring us lots of visitors who venture on to other parts of our site.

Always look for tie-ins. Example: November (Thanksgiving) and December (Christmas) are months that typically bring to mind family and friends. It is often a difficult time for people who have lost a loved one through death, divorce or separation. Each of these holiday sections are linked to relationship books and several articles: “Rx for the Holiday Blues” and “A Sure Cure for a Hangover.” We list 14 holiday links on our site, each with lots of information about that holiday and links to other holiday sites. The next step is to offer to trade links with other similar holiday sites.

If a Website has content we will gladly grant permission to reprint any of our many relationship articles (with no editing) provided they will add a copyright notice, brief bio, e-mail and a link back to our site. In addition, since I have written three relationship books, and one business relationships book, I include the URL to each book on Amazon.com and suggest that they apply for an affiliate program and offer my books for sale on their site. Shameless, eh?

May I share a pet Internet peeve? There is nothing worse than finding a site you would like to link with and then have to spend your valuable time looking for a contact e-mail, address or phone number.

Tip: Put your contact information on “every” page on your site!

Other keys to our shameless Internet promotion is to join affiliate programs. By way of example, if you have a book for sale on your site, Amazon.com might be a good choice. When your visitors click on a book title or cover and buy it from Amazon.com, Amazon will pay you a small commission.

We offer a book store that lists hundreds of books on various topics, videos and CDs. All are linked to Amazon.com. Many are linked to related articles pages and special interest sections on our site.

NOTE: Some will argue that Amazon.com takes advantage of authors by allowing used books to be posted on the main page of your book on Amazon.com. So what? To me, the idea is to keep the information of your book circulating to help the most people and if you sell a “new” book in the process, that’s a bonus. To not put your book on Amazon.com is to cut off your nose to spite your face. If you really think that you will hurt Amazon.com by withholding your book. . . you are wrong! Who you hurt is yourself and the customer who could not find your book on Amazon.com.

Affiliate programs are an effective Web marketing tool and a natural fit with the nature of the Web since they make value flow along with the links. A delicately placed affiliate text link or small banner on the right page can help greatly to support your site financially. The most profitable affiliate programs are those that are closely related to the genre of your site and are personally recommended by you. Generally speaking, a text link recommendation works best.

One more thing: make sure your site is easy to navigate. When it comes to navigation, it’s okay to be repetitious with your internal links. You must also make sure that every linked page on your site starts with an element that confirms where the visitor has arrived.

Provide lots of links – in prominent places – on each page to encourage your visitors to move between the related areas without getting lost. If you achieve this, your visitors will have the maximum opportunity to eventually gather the information that came to see.

Use these internal links to cross sell. If you have posted an information page about dogs, be sure to include several links to the best selling dog books in your affiliate program.

Broken links and malfunctioning site features cost you page impressions, customers and respect. Broken links are bad for your business. They drive customers away. Net users rate broken links as the second-biggest problem online, right behind slow-loading pages (source: a Web usability study by the Georgia Institute of Technology).

NOTE: As of January 16, 2011, I have more than 3,000 pages with thousands of internal and extenal links on the Internet on my five Websites. It would take more time than I have to check for link rot (broken links) each week. What is YOUR time worth? Search the Internet for a company that will send you a weekly report that tells you everything you need to know to fix any links that might have gone south. They are not free, AND it’s worth it!

back-links1Maintaining the integrity of your site is critical to building a captive audience of repeat visitors. If your site does not function correctly, you are likely to lose the visitors you have worked so hard to attract.

No matter what you do, errors will creep in your web pages when you develop them. Finding broken links is a time-consuming, tedious task. Be your own “link police” or at least wise enough to hire an outside Internet company to automatically give you a weekly report of “link rot,” or broken links.

I cannot stress the importance of collaboration and the use of effective reciprocal linking strategies with similar sites enough. They are the hidden power of the Internet. It’s the first rule of building your Website presence.

There are two benefits to exchanging links.

1. The immediate increase in traffic to your website from referral partners, and
2. the ongoing funnel of new, prequalified prospects it brings to your door step.

Give some serious thought to the economics of collaboration. When we work together to support each other, everyone benefits.

Link long and prosper!

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Copyright © 2011 – Larry James. Larry James is a professional speaker and the author of three relationship books, “How to Really Love the One You’re With: Affirmative Guidelines for a Healthy Love Relationship,” “LoveNotes for Lovers: Words That Make Music for Two Hearts Dancing” and “Red Hot LoveNotes for Lovers.” His newest book is “Ten Commitments of Networking.” Larry James also offers “Author & Speaker” coaching. Contact: AuthorsandSpeakersNetwork.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. CelebrateLove@cox.net – More than 110 articles especially for Authors & Speakers at: www.AuthorsandSpeakersNetwork.com

Subscribe to Larry’s FREE monthly “LoveNotes for Lovers” eZINE. Contact: CelebrateLove.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. – CelebrateLove.com and CelebrateIntimateWeddings.com

NOTE: All articles and “LoveNotes” listed in this BLOG – written by Larry James – are available for reprint in magazines, periodicals, newsletters, newspapers, eZINEs, on the Internet or on your own Website. Click here for details.

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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

The Buzz on Being a Shameless NetShaker! – Part 1

Filed under: Author Tips,Promotion — Larry James @ 7:00 am

Part 1 of 2 Parts

So, what’s the buzz on being a shameless NetShaker? Can you keep a secret? To sum it up in one word. . . “collaboration.” It is one of the most important keys to shameless self-promotion on the Internet. Some call it “connectivity;” others call it “networking.” Whatever you call it, having a community of support to assist you in your self-promotion efforts must be a top priority.

Collaboration (connectivity or networking) is using your creative talents to help others achieve their goals as you cultivate a network of people strategically positioned to support you in your goals. . . expecting nothing in return!

It’s the “expecting nothing in return” that stops most people. I suggest that we are all in this to help others and ourselves. . . in that order. What you put out to the universe, always comes back to you.

selfpromotecartoonDisappointment may follow if you expect a return from the person or Website to whom you have contributed. Collaboration is about building supportive personal and business relationships; it’s consistently connecting with new people and making new friends, sharing ideas and having lots of fun in the process.

Having a clear understanding of the definition of collaboration is a prerequisite for Internet success.

Never fear the competition. When you fear the competition, it’s like your feet are nailed to the floor. Everyone is moving and shaking the Internet except you. Fear is an energy drain. It thwarts your creative imagination. Your worry keeps you from moving forward.

Whatever you are doing to shameless promote yourself on the Internet is either moving you closer to your goals or further away. There is no middle ground.

Know this. There is no competition. . . only insecure people who fear losing something or someone to another website. AND they usually do.

Studies of the Internet have shown that the majority of people find other relevant sites by clicking on “links” to other interesting sites.

While search engines do bring hits to your site, keeping them updated can cost you time and money.

Getting “linked” or linking to other related Websites through your collaborative efforts is an opportunity for your site to be discovered and a much more reliable way to ensure steady traffic to your site.

It’s also a lesson in the economics of collaboration. It doesn’t cost you a cent. . . only the time and energy you are willing to put forth in making the right connections. This is something you can do. You will only need the services of your webmaster to post the links to your site unless you learn to make these simple changes on your own site like I did.

First-time hits to CelebrateLove.com more than quadrupled within two weeks of posting, not one, but several links pages and making those pages more visible on our Website.

To most of the major search engines, the more links coming “into” and going “out of” your site make your site appear more valuable when someone is searching for your product or service. Having links to your web site is essential to getting a good listing in most of the major search engines.

The innovative trend of trading links will multiply hits to your website. Reciprocal links with similar sites are free, and provide long-term traffic. The biggest problem with great information is that people aren’t willing to share it. NetShakers trade links! Trading links is about sharing information.

Our philosophy is that if a person comes to our site and chooses not to stay, we would rather share other quality relationship sites than have them drift off into cyberspace with no direction. We know that they appreciate this opportunity. The fact is that the more links we post to other relationship sites, the more hits we receive on our site.

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Copyright © 2011 – Larry James. Larry James is a professional speaker and the author of three relationship books, “How to Really Love the One You’re With: Affirmative Guidelines for a Healthy Love Relationship,” “LoveNotes for Lovers: Words That Make Music for Two Hearts Dancing” and “Red Hot LoveNotes for Lovers.” His newest book is “Ten Commitments of Networking.” Larry James also offers “Author & Speaker” coaching. Contact: AuthorsandSpeakersNetwork.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. CelebrateLove@cox.net – More than 110 articles especially for Authors & Speakers at: www.AuthorsandSpeakersNetwork.com

Subscribe to Larry’s FREE monthly “LoveNotes for Lovers” eZINE. Contact: CelebrateLove.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. – CelebrateLove.com and CelebrateIntimateWeddings.com

NOTE: All articles and “LoveNotes” listed in this BLOG – written by Larry James – are available for reprint in magazines, periodicals, newsletters, newspapers, eZINEs, on the Internet or on your own Website. Click here for details.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

The Importance of Editing Your Book BEFORE Publication

Filed under: Author Articles,Book Editing — Larry James @ 7:00 am

When text has been rewritten and “reread” many times, the human brain “fills in the blanks” and sees what it expects to see. For this reason, the fresh eyes of an editor can be a real benefit for every book. When you edit your own work, typos will still slip through. Proofreading your book is one of the most important steps in self-publishing.

Text that is perfectly clear to the author may be less so to someone who is reading it for the first time. By revising over and over and proofreading over and over, you may find mistakes you didn’t notice before. Check and double-check. After proofreading, put your work down for a day and check it again later. Things you missed one day you will notice the next. You will always read your own words in the way that you thought you wrote them, but another person may well read them differently.

proofreading2When you do your own editing, read your book out aloud. This is a procedure that is followed by a large number of professional book editors and proofreaders, because they want to hear what the sentence sounds like, rather than what it looks like on paper. Not only are you using your hearing faculty, but you are also using your sight to identify potential mistakes in the manuscript. The process of editing can be rather time-consuming and challenging. AND you should never neglect it.

Next. . . Hiring an experienced editor, rather than a friend or relative who happens to be an English teacher, is money well spent. Friends have a tendency to be less critical than is helpful.

It is very wise that a budget for editing must be included in your overall marketing plan. No one gets it right on the first time. Editing is necessary because clear and incisive communication is the key to successful publishing and advertising, polishing the writing and improving presentation. When fresh eyes looks at your book, it may help catch some grammatical errors you have thus far missed. It is much harder to detect mistakes in your own writing than in someone else’s.

There’s much more to editing a book than fixing the grammar.

A good editor will polish your words without changing your style, and help your book to be the very best it can be, one that will stand up to the tough scrutiny of distributors, booksellers, and librarians. Professional editors are trained to put their own personal feelings aside and focus on enhancing your work.

Sloppy sentences, surface errors, misused punctuation, wordiness, and faulty use of tenses – all these can undermine the effectiveness of your writing. Errors distract the reader considerably, diminishing the effectiveness of your writing.

Here are a few things that editors look for:

• Typographical Errors
• Grammatical Mistakes
• Run-On Sentences
• Punctuation & Quotation Marks
• Subject-Verb Disagreements
• Sentence Fragments and Lengths
• Spelling
• Apostrophes
• Comma Usage and Splices
• Capitalization
• Tenses
• Structure and Theme
• Organization
• Audience Appropriateness

While spell checkers and grammar checkers can be handy tools, don’t rely on them as your only means of proofreading. They do not catch everything. You should also look at the usage of apostrophes and contractions while proofreading. There is a big difference between “its” and “it’s.” Lots of people make mistakes between “they’re,” “their” and “there.”

“Editing is one of the absolute factors that will influence your book sales. The degree to which you personally edit your thoughts and writing, combined with the degree to which you invest in professional editing will ultimately play a large role in developing reader comfort. A great edit will not ensure your book sells, but it will definitely eliminate one of the largest potential detractors that might prevent book sales.” ~ Sherrie Wilkolaski

The process of editing and proofreading ensures that your finished written document is free from grammatical and spelling errors, and is the final step that must be taken before any document is to be considered complete. Your work must be polished and fine tuned so that it shines and strikes a chord with readers. It is wise for authors and publishers alike to solicit the help of professional editors and proofreaders before publishing your book.

The object of your book is to hold the reader’s attention; this will happen when the reader isn’t jumping over errors and pausing at mistakes as they try to comprehend what you are saying. An editor found 110 corrections that needed to be made in one of my books “after” it was published and thousands of copies were sold after my appearance on ABC TV’s “The View” after I was interviewed by Barbara Walters. Lesson learned!

You should always view all the proofs after editing, and can make further additions or alterations before a final proof is accepted. Even after you have hired an editor and they have given you their critique, you should then re-check everything yourself.

Bonus Articles:Editing Tip for Writers
What is the Difference Between Copy Editing and Proofreading?” by James Hamilton

Book Recomendation:The Elements of Style” by William Strunk & E. B. White

Thank you to Michele DeFilipp for her contribution to this article.

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Copyright © 2011 – Larry James. Larry James is a professional speaker and the author of three relationship books, “How to Really Love the One You’re With: Affirmative Guidelines for a Healthy Love Relationship,” “LoveNotes for Lovers: Words That Make Music for Two Hearts Dancing” and “Red Hot LoveNotes for Lovers.” His newest book is “Ten Commitments of Networking.” Larry James also offers “Author & Speaker” coaching. Contact: AuthorsandSpeakersNetwork.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. CelebrateLove@cox.net – More than 110 articles especially for Authors & Speakers at: www.AuthorsandSpeakersNetwork.com

Subscribe to Larry’s FREE monthly “LoveNotes for Lovers” eZINE. Contact: CelebrateLove.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. – CelebrateLove.com and CelebrateIntimateWeddings.com

NOTE: All articles and “LoveNotes” listed in this BLOG – written by Larry James – are available for reprint in magazines, periodicals, newsletters, newspapers, eZINEs, on the Internet or on your own Website. Click here for details.

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Monday, January 3, 2011

Video Pokes Fun At the Publishing Process

Filed under: Author Tips,Humor Break!,Video — Larry James @ 7:00 am

“I’m going to write a novel.”
“For the love of all that is holy, why?”
“Because I’m going to be a writer.”

And so begins the newest YouTube video satire from David Kazzie about the woes of the publishing industry.

Whether you are writing a novel or a non-fiction book, you can learn from this video. If you need help, call a coach.

Copyright © 2011 – David Kazzie.

Larry James is a professional speaker and the author of three relationship books, “How to Really Love the One You’re With: Affirmative Guidelines for a Healthy Love Relationship,” “LoveNotes for Lovers: Words That Make Music for Two Hearts Dancing” and “Red Hot LoveNotes for Lovers.” His newest book is “Ten Commitments of Networking.” Larry James also offers “Author & Speaker” coaching. Contact: AuthorsandSpeakersNetwork.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. CelebrateLove@cox.net – More than 110 FREE articles especially for Authors & Speakers at: www.AuthorsandSpeakersNetwork.com

Subscribe to Larry’s FREE monthly “LoveNotes for Lovers” eZINE. Contact: CelebrateLove.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. – CelebrateLove.com and CelebrateIntimateWeddings.com

NOTE: All articles and “LoveNotes” listed in this BLOG – written by Larry James – are available for reprint in magazines, periodicals, newsletters, newspapers, eZINEs, on the Internet or on your own Website. Click here for details.

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