Roger C. Parker guest posts

Since Looking Good in Print appeared, I’ve contributed over 250 articles to publications like Adobe, Graphic Solutions, Home Office Computing, Publish, Self Employed Professional, Technique, various Microsoft Small Business Council publications, and others.

In addition, I’ve recently posted over 200 additional guest posts, interviews, and mind maps, including:

Access Roger C. Parker’s latest articles about content marketing on the Content Marketing Institute’s blog. These posts focus on ideas, tips, and resources for increasing and measuring your content marketing productivity.

During the past three years, I’ve contributed hundreds of Author’s Corner posts to Dan Schawbel’s widely-syndicated Personal  Branding Blog.

You’re invited to visit Biggerplate.com, The Mind Map Library, to download examples of mind maps and templates for writing and marketing success, including maps displaying the contents of successful writing and marketing books.

If you’re looking for a step-by-step path to writing and publishing success, you’ll like my 40-post Author’s Journey series at the Active Garage. I wrote these in the order topics are typically encountered. You can can go directly to the Author’s Journey series.

I’ve been contributing to the Mindjet blog for several years. My favorite project was my Managing Content with a Dashboard series, which included: Part 1, Introduction, Part 2, Blogging, Part 3, Client Projects, Part 4, Writing a Book, and Part 5, Event Marketing.

Download a growing collection of mind maps of Visual Thinking Resources and Questions to Ask Before Writing a Book from the huge collection of sample mind maps at Maps for That.

I’ve contributed several articles to Tony Eldridge’s Marketing Tips for Authors, such as Searching For Book Ideas & Inspiration On Amazon.com. Another popular topic was Choosing The Right Designer To Set Up Your Author Platform.

During the past few years, D’vorah Lansky has interviewed me, run posts like my book title ideas, &  featured me in author marketing events.

One of the features Joel Friedlander asked me to contribute to The Book Designer blog was How to Get Started Mind Mapping Your Book (and everything else). Previously, Joel had reviewed my #Book Title Tweet.

Joanna Penn, one of the earliest and most respected bloggers in the field, tells me that I was one of the first guests she interviewed me for a podcast titled Tips for a Successful Author Platform.

I wrote 2 of my all-time favorite productivity tips for the famous BookBuzzr blog: Productivity Tips & Tools for Authors, Mind Mapping and Book Marketing Mondays: The 10 Commandments of Nonfiction Book Title Success.

My recent guest posts for Dana Lynn Smith’s Savvy Book Marketer blog  include Preparing for Your First Interview as a Published Author and Evaluating Your Current Online Visibility.

Stephanie Chandler has interviewed me several times for her yearly book publishing and marketing events and books. I consider this Business Information Guide one of the best.

For almost a decade, Brian Jud has included my writing and book marketing ideas and tips in each issue of his Book  Marketing Matters newsletter.

Nina Amir’s yearly Write Nonfiction in November event provides new authors with an incentive to get started. My contributions include Learn Top 10 Book Title Tips and Using a Mind Map to Plan Your Nonfiction Book.