May 2005, V4#5: Marketing Wednesday, Jan 28 2009 

At workshops, frequently we wear our surnames, be they as a list on our name tag, on our note taking material, or on our clothing.  Consider having a shirt made promoting your book(s) and wearing it to family, genealogy and research repositories and/or gatherings.

August 2004, V3#8: Marketing Tuesday, Jan 27 2009 

Consider advertising “novelties” as an alternate form of marketing.  Are you going to a reunion or large genealogy workshop?  Have a shirt made up that advertise your project or start conversations.  Pen and pencils may also be a way to sell by starting conversations, as might a number of other items.

April 2003, V2#4: Define Friday, Jan 9 2009 

Collating: Pages of a publication are printed singly, the required amount of copies at a time. They are then arranged into the proper sequence (we request numerical order).  Alt: Gathering or arranging printed sheets or signatures into the desired sequence, by hand or machine.

October 2007, V6#10: Computer Tuesday, Dec 30 2008 

Consider joining (or starting) a computer support group. Genealogy, history, book, writing, etc. – they all have clubs, classes, and get-togethers – consider one that can help you with computers!

September 2002, V1#1: Marketing Wednesday, Dec 24 2008 

Locally, if no one has thrown you an autograph or release party, you can do one yourself.  Make sure you notify all the local media as well as book stores, libraries, etc. in addition to sending out personal invitations.