Enjoy this collection of BookBaby Blog posts featuring tips and tricks to help you navigate and optimize your promotional and professional exploits on social media platforms.
Making Magic With Twitter Hashtags
Judging from questions I get in my inbox, many people don’t understand Twitter hashtags. Maybe they are just plain annoyed by them, but they can be useful in your book marketing.
How to Promote a Young Adult Novel on Social Media
When you’re ready to promote a Young Adult novel, these links and pages will get you connecting with online groups and forums likely to embrace your title.
How To Promote Your Christian Fiction Book on Social Media
If you’re promoting your Christian fiction book, these links and pages will get you off the ground connecting with groups and forums likely to embrace your title.
Six Social Media Marketing Tips For First-Time Authors
If you’re looking for readership and engagement, finishing your book is the first step. These social media marketing tips can help you frame your approach to the process of promoting yourself and your work online.
How To Promote A Horror Book on Social Media
If you’re preparing to promote a horror book, these social media forums will open the crypt and connect you with groups and readers likely to devour your title.
Three Digital Marketing Strategies for Self-published Authors
Are you in need of marketing guidance? These digital marketing strategies for self-published authors can get you started with your online book marketing.
Social Media Marketing for Authors
Shama Hyder joined our September #BBchat to talk about social media marketing for authors.
How To Promote Your Romance Novel on Social Media
If you’re getting ready to promote a romance novel, this post will get you connecting with groups and forums likely to embrace your work.
How to Use Social Media to Grow Your Author Platform and Sell Your Book
Growing an author platform online takes planning, time, and effort – but it’s not at all difficult. With a little know-how you can build an online community of your own.
Book Discovery Sites Can Help You Find More Readers
Enlisting a book discovery service promoting cheap or free eBooks to a subscriber list – or helping you to boost your own social media efforts – is one way to get readers, reviews, more social networking, and a kick-start to your book sales.
Your Online Reputation And Author Brand
Your online reputation can be your most powerful marketing tool and beacon for your author brand, as long as it’s properly monitored.
How To Promote Your Mystery Book on Social Media
If you’re preparing to promote your mystery book, these links and pages will get you off the ground connecting with groups and forums likely to embrace your title.
How to promote your science fiction book on social media
If you’re getting ready to promote your science fiction book, this post will get you started connecting with groups and forums likely to embrace your work.
Use Your Author Blog As A Hub For Social Media Promotion
Joel Friedlander joined our March #BBchat to talk about using your author blog as a social media hub to engage readers.
Blogging for authors: How to boost reader engagement
Engagement is what turns casual readers into regular subscribers and subscribers into raving fans. What are you doing to engage readers?
Simple Instagram Tips For Authors
Ready to jump in and start an Instagram profile? Author coach Shelley Hitz shares five Instagram tips for authors getting started on this visual social media platform.
Nine Things Authors Should Be Doing On Twitter Right Now
Social media marketing doesn’t always play to most writers’ strengths, but having a plan and a goal can help you effectively market your book on Twitter.
How To Lose Fans And Alienate Followers
Your social media followers aren’t there to be sold to; they want to be engaged and entertained. But you’re focused on selling your book. Where do you draw the line?
Why Podcasting Interviews Are Essential For Authors
When developing your book marketing strategies, the written word is not your only option for book promotion. Podcasting and interviews can be an effective way to reach potential readers.
Promoting Your Book On Twitter: 10 Tips For Shy Writers
From the author of Twitter For Authors: Social Media Book Marketing Strategies for Shy Writers come 10 tips to help you get on the Twitter train.
9 Things Authors Do That irritate Their Facebook Fans
The secret to Facebook success is simple: follow the Rule of 4 C’s—consistently create compelling content!
What To Post & When To Post It On 9 Important Social Networks [Infographic]
Great content. Good timing. That’s the key to successful social media marketing in a nutshell.
The Top 3 Rules Of Social Media For Authors
If you want to build a large online readership and effectively promote your book through social media, there are three very important things to remember, no matter which social networks you’re using.
Twitter For Authors And Writers – 6 Tips To Get You Started
Twitter can not only help you spread the word about your writing endeavors, but it is great for making real-world connections with other writers and literary fans.
7 Simple Tips To Help You Promote Your Book On Twitter
There’s an actual science behind promoting your book on Twitter — or more accurately, there’s enough good data out there to inform how you approach using Twitter as an author.
How To Promote Your Book On Twitter: An Intermediate’s Guide To Tweeting
Effective book promotion on Twitter in less than 2 hours a week.
How To Use Twitter Like Margaret Atwood: Social Media Advice For Writers
Margaret Atwood has built a huge Twitter following (huge for a writer) and she’s used it in really creative ways to keep her readers engaged.
“Click To Tweet” For Authors: Make It Easy For Readers To Tweet Quotes From Your Blog
This tool gives you the ability to tweet compelling one-liners from your blog or book.
Book Promotion Tips For Twitter: Tweet Your Book From The Inside Out
The Hollywood director who brought you “Traffic” (and, umm… “Magic Mike”) is tweeting his new book, a novella called GLUE.
Twitter Helps Iconic Bookstore Stay In Business
NYC’s “book row” once boasted over 40 bookstores. Now there’s only one. Watch the video to learn how Strand Books maintains its conversation with customers.
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