Here are some sensible networking tips for virtual or real-life marketing.
I met this author on Twitter this morning. He offers amazing practical advice for writers. This post is about avoiding social media trainwrecks and it is a must-read for newbies to the social media scene. It’s good for veterans, too.
Take a look at this post, and the rest of his excellent blog by clicking on the link below.
I do not self-publish, but this article about writers in discussion forums is for everyone. Thanks for drawing it to my attention, Julie Hedlund.
From Charlene Oldham, suggestions about using Pinterest to build an audience for your writing.
Click the link below to read the opinions of industry insiders.
Authors are told they need to use social media to build their platforms, but for most of us, that is easier said than done.
Click on the link below for some good advice from Sarah Nego.
Here’s an easy guide to help you set up a Facebook page for your new book. People can “Like” your page and see your book-related posts without being a “friend.” You can also reserve the pictures of your sister’s baby for your personal wall.
Just before National Novel Writing Month began, I launched a personal campaign to integrate my far-flung online presence. It has been fun, and I have met some wonderful new people.
I am also learning slowly how to use this site to greater advantage. Here are three blogs about blogging I am going to start following. Take a look. You may want to follow them to.
If you’ve heard you need a Facebook presence, but you don’t want to bother with “friending” everyone or sharing personal information with complete strangers, never fear. There are some very easy ways to accomplish this. Nathan Bransford tells all in this pithy and practical post. You will be set up in no time.