It may be true that a picture is worth 1,000 words but what’s proven is that a photo is better than text when it comes to social media engagement.
Wouldn’t you love to know which words are the most retweetable? You’d be a Twitter rock star, right? You’d know how to rock Twitter.
Hashtags seem to be everywhere these days. Authors can use hashtags in hopes of finding readers.
Every writer’s dream is to publish a book that sells oodles of copies, but is learning how to use social media to market a book every writer’s nightmare?
How do you conduct yourself on social media? How do you show other authors and your readers that you really do care about them?
Craft. Marketing. Blogging. Email list building. The list goes on. But, there are some skills that every indie author absolutely needs to develop.
If you’re interested in purchasing an Amazon ad, let me share my experience with you and tell you what I’ve learned so far.
It’s fine to use Pinterest for the pleasure of finding and sharing images, but you can also use it to refer traffic, sell books, and promote your career.
There are millions of apps, tools, extensions, and plugins available online. This is Part 2 of a big list of tools for indie authors.
Here’s a list of apps, tools, extensions, and plugins that can actually help indie authors and not further distract or hinder them in their work.