Author Marketing Tips
Easily Grow Real Twitter Followers
There are so many social media platforms now it’s hard to keep up sometimes. Personally, I prefer LinkedIn and Twitter to connect with my clients because that’s where my audience lives.
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Best Twitter Growth Service – Owlead
When Social Quant closed it’s operation earlier this year, many Twitter users were left with very few, if any alternatives. Personally, even though I’ve found *ManageFlitter and CrowdFire to be somewhat… Continue reading →
How to Rock Your Author Social Media Profile
Mainly this post is regarding Twitter, but much of it applies across all social media platforms and will help you rock your author social media profile.
You may not… Continue reading →
Author Marketing Ideas for Posting on Social Media
Need some awesome author marketing ideas for social media?
Obviously you want to post content on social media that creates interest in your book and builds your audience. But how… Continue reading →
How Often Should You Post on Social Media?
There are a lot of different opinions regarding how often to post on social media, but one of the things I’ve found is that there are a lot more… Continue reading →
Rocking Social Media for Authors
Tips to Manage Social Media for Authors
Social media for authors is fairly easy if you go about it the right way, but don’t be afraid that you’re alone if… Continue reading →
Content Ideas to Post on Your Author Blog
Sometimes when your creativity is focused on your book it’s hard to come up with content ideas for your author blog. Here are a few tips and ideas to… Continue reading →
Tips on Getting Traffic to Your Author Website
Getting traffic to your author website isn’t luck, a magic formula, or any other such myth. Every aspect of your business, product, and yes, getting traffic to your website requires… Continue reading →
Children’s Book Marketing Ideas
Children’s Book Marketing Ideas To Put On Your Author Website or Physically Mailed
As an author in the 21st century, you certainly have to be more vigilant with your own book marketing… Continue reading →