How do you conduct yourself on social media? How do you show other authors and your readers that you really do care about them?
As an author, do you know who your audience is? Let’s look at three resources you can use to find out who your readers are.
Indie authors need to use social media as part of their online marketing strategy to further their publishing careers. Here’s how to get it right.
Get Started on Twitter in 7 Simple Steps by Judith Briles documents seven basic steps to help people who are scratching their heads at the beginning of a Twitter journey.
9 Twitter Tools and Apps to Ease Your Tweeting by Frances Caballo lists nine tools and applications that can help you to become more efficient on Twitter.
By Alexis Grant (@AlexisGrant) [Ed:] If you have the feeling you’re not getting everything you can out of Twitter, don’t miss the special offer at the end of this article. You’ve probably heard the case against Twitter: that it’s a noise-filled tunnel where everyone spouts out useless facts about what their cat ate for breakfast. […]
4 Ways Authors Can Rock on Twitter by Frances Caballo explains ways to authors can boost their profiles and engagement on Twitter.
The Ultimate Guide to Twitter for Writers by Frances Caballo details everything a self-published writer needs to know to get started and successfully use Twitter.
15 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for Self-Published Writers by Frances Caballo explains why another step to a writer’s content-marketing strategy should be to follow influential social media and self-publishing bloggers such as Jane Friedman, Joanna Penn and David Gaughran.
My Top 5 Metrics Tools for Evaluating Blogs discusses ways to measure blogs for the purpose of your own author blog marketing