If big brand fictional characters are active on social media, shouldn’t your characters use social media, too? Here are five reasons why I recommend it.
Every author wants to know how to get the word out about his or her book. The most effective marketing that an author can do doesn’t involve paying money.
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.
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.
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.
Digital branding expert Fauzia Burke gives authors straight answers to their questions about the overwhelming but exciting social media and online marketing options available these days.
Why Building an Email List is Essential for Authors explains how authors can use and email list and provides 8 top resources to help
How to Build an Awesome and Relevant Twitter Following in 6 Minutes a Day explains a simple method any author can use to quickly build a quality following
Twitter: Choices, Choices, Choices because there are so many ways to use this micro-blogging text posting social media site.
Three Keys to Successful Author Blogging: keeping content focused, having patience and caring for readers, collaborating with other bloggers in your network