...if I'm somewhat skeptical about your publishing credentials when you use words like "anyways" when you mean "anyway," or "setup" (which is a noun, by the way) when you mean "set up" (the verb)...or when you say, "Every author should have their book professionally edited."
Trust me. When a professional editor reads your blog, with each instance like this she becomes less convinced that you know what you're doing. And when she counts all these (and misplaced modifying phrases and lack of needed hyphens, among other things) IN THE SAME BLOG POST...
That, boys and girls, is what we call "Publishing FAIL."
It's a shame 99.9999999999 percent of the sites out there do these errors, and more, yet want me to believe they're giving me competent publishing advice.
Do yourselves a favor, people.
Edit your own damn WEBSITES correctly first.
Then, I might start believing you.
Want the down-and-dirty on who the guilty party is THIS time? Check the post labels. (heh heh)