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.
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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.
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Authors Who Want to Get Started on Twitter can follow these simple ten steps to learn how to find people to follow, and how to start building a tribe. Once you identify the thought leaders in your niche, you are on your way to learning the ins and outs of connecting on Twitter.
People I talk to look at me strangely when the subject of social media comes up. “Facebook,” someone might say, grimacing. “My kids do that, I think. Not for me, thanks.” A shake of the head. “Well,” I say, “I spend a lot more time on Twitter than Facebook. It’s a great way to meet […]