There are few sites attracting more buzz than Snapchat. If you’re an author of teen, young adult, romance or new adult fiction, consider Snapchat.
As authors, what can we do with social media? We can build a community on Twitter and connect more deeply with our readers and colleagues. Here’s how.
The controversy over giving books away for free continues. You work hard when you write a book and there are the costs associated with writing. Are free promotions worth it?
If you want more than 1% of your fans to see your Facebook author page posts, you have to buy advertising. Using Facebook groups instead of author pages or in conjunction with them is a good way around this.
Twitter tends to confound a lot of writers. I get it. When I first jumped on social media, I asked a friend, “Did you really join Twitter?” She responded that of course she did and that I had to as well.
Embedding social media posts on your blog or website can benefit your website, but exactly how do you embed social media posts into your blog?
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.
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.