Amazon Reviews: Dos and Don’ts
Reviews matter. And they especially matter on Amazon, where those magical five-star ratings not only help you stand out in a crowded online marketplace—they also offer “social proof” of quality, when you can’t pick up the item and inspect it in person. But you need to do it right.
Tapping into your human instincts with Dr. Stacy Irvine
Chiropractic, physiology, and kinesiology expert Dr. Stacy Irvine has devoted her career to understanding the human body, and the mind-body connection. We are thrilled to be working with Stacy on Your Better Instincts (fall 2021), a book about human instincts, and how you can use them to your advantage. Read on to learn more about Stacy, and her unique insights and inspirations.
Make writing an ordinary part of your life—in 4 steps
Amanda Lewis, Page Two’s editorial director, shares her insights and tips on how to incorporate your writing into your daily life. Learn her top 4 strategies for squeezing in writing every day—including a way to do it even while walking the dog!
Meet “The Idea Whisperer” Tamsen Webster
As a professional “Idea Whisperer,” Tamsen Webster helps people find and build the stories that communicate their ideas. Part keynote speaker and part message strategist, Tamsen combined 20 years in brand and message strategy with four years as a TEDx Executive Producer to create The Red Thread®—a method for developing, framing, and sharing ideas.
Creating a customer experience habit with Jeannie Walters
We’ve all experienced one of those demoralizing customer experiences—the cold-shouldered barista, the uninterested salesperson—that can ruin your day and ensure you’ll never step foot in a business again. That’s why we’re so excited to be working with Jeannie Walters, an undisputed expert of the customer experience.
Whetting our international (literary) appetites
From Greek feta and Turkish delights to French baguettes and Vietnamese salad rolls, we’re diving into a smorgasbord of world cuisine in honor of all the translation rights Page Two authors have landed.
The Hollywood story specialist
Any movie buff will tell you that there’s nothing quite like the thrill of giving in to a well-crafted movie, one filled with relatable characters, heart-stopping plot twists, and a perfect denouement.
Page Two founders shortlisted for national award
We are so very excited to announce that Page Two co-founders Jesse Finkelstein and Trena White have been named as co-finalists for the TELUS Trailblazer Award by the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards, presented by Women of Influence!
Fuelling content with Melanie Deziel
If it feels like everybody and everything has their own blog, social media fan club, and/or video channel, it’s because that’s not far from the truth. Businesses, organizations, brands, and individuals are under tremendous pressure to not only attract and retain followers, but keep them engaged and entertained.
Lee LeFever, the life-balanced entrepreneur
Read just about any start-up story, and you’ll come away with the impression that building a successful business means compromising on sleep, sacrificing your hobbies, and dedicating yourself 24-7 to the cause. It doesn’t have to be that way, insists Lee LeFever, co-founder of the wildly successful educational video company Common Craft.
Jen Louden’s life-changing question
With her infectious enthusiasm, we can’t help but join Jennifer Louden in a happy dance as we welcome her to the Page Two authors club!
A pioneer in personal growth, Jen helped launch the concept of self-care with her first bestselling book, The Woman’s Comfort Book.
Thinking Big with Andrew Davis
Andrew Davis is a lot of things: a wildly successful marketer, in-demand keynote speaker, bestselling author—and now, forthcoming Page Two author.
Andrew has built and sold a digital marketing agency, produced for NBC, and worked for The Muppets, and we’re so thrilled to be working with him on a book about how brilliant brands can turn micro-moments into big business.