BuzzTrace is a Session Sponsor for our 2017 London Book Fair Indie Author Fringe event.
Our online conference starts at 10am (London) on March 18th 2017 and runs continuously for 24 hours.
This indie author event is free to attend thanks to the generous support of sponsors like Buzz Trace.
BuzzTrace is online software that helps publishers and authors discover who's talking about their book, and help them discover new readers.
There’s never a need to leave BuzzTrace’s platform to manage your social media―the networks that matter most are built right into the software. Scheduling posts, reading user interactions, and managing multiple accounts can all be done in seconds.
BuzzTrace gives users thousands of suggestions that are geared at getting results. These suggestions are associated with the kind of writer you are, and how much time you have. Are you a science-fiction writer with only 5 minutes to spare in your day? BuzzTrace has you covered in any genre! Users will never have to worry about what to say.
Best of all, BuzzTrace frees up the time you spend checking reviews and looking for buzz. BuzzTrace’s always on scanner is monitoring everything being said about your book and keeping track of your Amazon sales rank.
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Indie Author Fringe Giveaway
BuzzTrace is free to all users, but is offering one free year subscription to it’s soon to be launched Premium service (a $99 value), as well as one digital copy of Jumpstart Your Platform: A Beginners Guide to Finding Your Audience Through Social Media by BuzzTrace CEO, Scott La Counte.
BuzzTrace Premium will feature deeper social analytics than the free version to help authors and publishers to understand their audience and how to make it larger, as well as powerful tools to help writers get even more readers.[sc:rafflecopter]
BuzzTrace are Sponsoring the following session presented by Jane Friedman:
Improve Your Book Descriptions and Audience Targeting: Which works best in online stores, a long or short book description? What should go in the first line? How do you research appropriate categories and keywords? Jane reviews principles and great tools to help indie authors master the power of descriptions and reach their target market by getting in their readers’ heads as to how they search for and describe books.