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Blogging Books & Writing for Change with Nina Amir
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Dateline: San Francisco , CA
Friday, July 10, 2020

 

Author Nina Amir was asked what has changed since the first edition of her book, How to Blog a Book, which is about writing a book and building a platform at the same time.

Nina noted that Google is constantly changing its algorithms and requirements about indexing content. Consequently, the amount of content that needs to be written for every blog post to be perceived as valuable by Google has increased to 800+ words.

Google’s increased word count standard has made blogging two or three times a week, a previous best practice, impracticable for many authors.

Agents and publishers used to look favorably upon books with a large percentage of content that had already been published in a blog, because the content was proven. Now, however, agents and publishers view such content as having proven a concept, versus being suitable for a book; instead, they now want less than 50% of book content to have been published previously in a blog.

Nina explained that she draws inspiration for her books from her own experiences and struggles, often asking herself what’s of interest to her that’s also of interest to others.

Nina’s current project is a book about writing for change. The book is intended to inspire other writers whose purpose is to create change on any level (e.g., personal, spiritual, organizational, etc.) and give them insight into the publishing industry.

As explained in her forthcoming book, the first step to creating change is understanding it, i.e., what it takes, who you need to be to lead a movement, etc.

Nina Amir is known as the Inspiration to Creation Coach. As one of 800 elite Certified High Performance Coaches working around the world, she helps her clients Achieve More Inspired Results.

While Nina is the only Certified High Performance Coach® working specifically with writers, she helps all types of creators get from the light-bulb moment to the realization or their dreams without letting anything get in the way of that goal. She offers her clients both spiritual and personal development as well as strategies to combine purpose and passion and take inspired action.

Nina also is an Author Coach who supports writers on the journey to successful authorship. She has authored three traditionally published books for aspiring authors, How to Blog a Book, The Author Training Manual, and Creative Visualization for Writers, as well as a host of self-published books and ebooks, including the Write Nonfiction NOW! series of guides. She has had 19  books appear on the Amazon Top 100 List and as many as six of her books on the Authorship bestseller list at the same time.

Nina is the founder of the Nonfiction Writers’ University, the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge, and the Author of Change Transformational Programs. She also created a proprietary Author Training curriculum and Author Career Planning program.

Additionally, Nina is an ordained minister, certified Law of Attraction coach, and a trained rebirther.
You can find all of Nina Amir’s blogs and book here. https://ninaamir.com/


Podcast editing and episode notes by author and podcast producer and host Matthew Félix (matthewfelix.com).


The San Francisco Writers Conference and the San Francisco Writing for Change conference are both produced by the San Francisco Writers Conference & San Francisco Writers Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit. The SFWC Director is Laurie McLean.  For registration help, contact Richard Santos at registrations@sfwriters.org. For SFWC sponsorship opportunities, contact Carla King at Carla@carlaking.com
The SFWC website is: www.SFWriters.org

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