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Use Twitter To Make An Impact
Twitter is an excellent way to reach like-minded authors, publishers, editors, and book fanatics from all over the world. There are many ways to make an impact
Book Marketing: How do I get someone to click my links on Twitter?
Since Twitter is so fast-paced and very much a “live-stream,” sometimes your posts can get lost in a sea of Tweets. The key is to provide your followers
Using Facebook to Market Your Book
Social media, especially Facebook, is particularly valuable when it comes to marketing. There are many different ways to use it to market yourself as an author
Your Social Media Marketing Plan
There are certain social media platforms you absolutely must have accounts for: Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest are the three most important ones out there.
Book Marketing: Which is better, Facebook or Twitter?
Twitter and Facebook are both great avenues for marketing your book, however they should be used for different reasons. Think of Twitter as a “live feed”
10 Must Dos for Authors on Pinterest
Authors, have you discovered the world of Pinterest yet? We want to help you master this useful social media tool. Pinterest is all about visual stimulation.
Top 10 Must Dos for Authors on Twitter
Authors, we want to help you master the Twitosphere. You may be thinking that Twitter is out of your league — too complicated, too time consuming, and too
Top 10 Must Dos for Authors on Facebook
Authors, we want to help you increase your social media activity, especially on Facebook. You may be thinking that Facebook is out of your league — too
Top 10 Must Dos for Authors on LinkedIn
Authors, we are on a mission to encourage your LinkedIn participation. Many of you are probably thinking “LinkedIn is for people looking for jobs”, or
Improve & Maximize Facebook Results
Maximizing your Facebook reach involves some careful planning and consideration regarding your posts. Think about what you’re saying and who you’re