Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 17, 2006
LifeTips.com is bringing its quality content and publicity services to the thousands of book publishers and authors to this year's Book Expo of America conference in Washington, D.C. from May 19-21. The three-day conference will be held at the Washington, D.C. Convention Center, and feature LifeTips in booth #721 as one of the conferences’ cutting edge companies in online publishing.
LifeTips’ unique business model and content design sets the company apart from the other companies offering online publishing services, but even more exciting is LifeTips’ new program geared toward best-selling authors and expert writers.
“Becoming one of the top publishers online is no easy task, but our original content and focus on helping the consumer with tough everyday decisions has propelled LifeTips to new levels," said Melanie Nayer, editor of LifeTips.com. "Now, we’re extending our program to best-selling authors and celebrity guests like Peter Post, Beverly Cobain, and Eric Tyson, who help add value to each individual tip we publish."
As a best-selling author and celebrity guru at LifeTips, each author is provided with their own bio page which features links to their books on Amazon.com and press announcements for upcoming media events. LifeTips will have easy-to-access applications at Booth #721 at the Washington, D.C. Book Expo of America for interested authors to apply.
Chef Jean-Pierre, world-renowned chef and author, will be signing copies of his third cookbook “Cooking 101 – The Definitive Interactive Cooking Program” at the LifeTips booth on Sunday, May 21.
For more information on how you can become a LifeTips Guru and learn about ways to add your expertise to the millions of LifeTips readers, stop by the LifeTips booth in Washington, D.C. from May 19-21, or contact one of our company representatives for more information.
LifeTips offers content solutions and link strategy through tips that help clients earn trust and build relationships with new customers. With our tips, LifeTips drives more traffic to clients Web sites, improves conversions and increases sales for each client in their niche. Over 500+ writers create content for the company's 200+ Tip Sites and for clients' Web sites.
With proper attribution and a link to the appropriate source, media representatives are free to use tips from any of the Tip Sites at LifeTips (http://www.lifetips.com).
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