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How to use Twitter as an author

How to use Twitter effectively Twitter 101 One of the first concepts you'll need to understand before using Twitter are the two symbols that primarily make up the social media platform. The first symbol is the Hash tag sign (#) which is a way to group your tweets with a specific topic.  Different Hash tags like #writerproblems will let people know that your tweet is related to the specific topic different writer’s problems.  The important thing to remember is that you can’t put a space … [Read more...]

Social Media 101: Social Media for Indie Authors

Social Media 101: Social Media for Indie Authors As an author, you may have been told at one point or another about how important Social Media is for your brand.  Is your brand really that important? What does Social Media actually do for you?  Is managing Social Media worth all the effort you need to put into it? These may be some of the questions you ask yourself when mulling over Social Media as a platform.  There really isn't a clear cut answer for those questions, but Social Media … [Read more...]

Marketing & Navigating Social Media for ebook Authors

I love interviewing authors after they finish a book. I hear pride, pain and creativity in their voices when describing their characters and plots.  There is a tremendous amount of angst, drama, fear, late nights and joy while writing. I relish the stories about the book birthing process  and am  surprised when I search the web for the new author's Facebook page, website etc .I come up empty handed. However talented of a writer or a koi pond builder or basement re-modeler one may be, … [Read more...]

Promoting Your eBook: Leaving Handprints In The Folds Of The Internet

So, you finally took that step forward and completed your manuscript. Days and nights of sitting in solitary resoluteness, being cut off from the whirlwind of the outside world, and hammering away at the keyboard until the words started to grow and tumble off those piling Word Doc pages, have finally led you to be in possession of a fresh, new, inventive novel, novella, collection of letters or anecdotes or essays, childrens lit, cookery, self-help, or what-have-you manuscript. You must be … [Read more...]

A 10-Point Strategy To Market Your eBook

Once you've written and successfully published your own eBook, the onus of ensuring it is reaching more hands and that people are accepting it well is upon you. Writers often lament that this is the hardest part of the journey to success, wishing that they could go back into their caves and cocoons and focus on writing more rather than going out there to sell their published book. We get several queries on how to effectively market books and even though reams of text have been written and posted … [Read more...]

Why Social Media is important for publishers

With social media being indispensable for publishers, the fact remains how well they utilize this media to their benefit. Publishers need to ensure their efforts are always directed at adding value. They need to have a clear plan in place and how to execute it. Publishers leverage on the expertise of their editorial and publishing teams and their established community of readers to exploit social media. Publishers use social media … [Read more...]

Cut The Chase, Make the right Moves

In the e-publishing and self publishing day of today, there are lot of strategies and cost analysis tips for writers and prospective writers. However there are few if any, effective solutions to sell your book online and make money. In today's multi-genre book publishing world, with its new cross-genres developing by the day, there is something for everyone to share; which could all go well as a book. Books may be short with just a few pages or may stretch for up to a few hundred pages too. … [Read more...]

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