What can you do today to master social media book marketing strategies? Which strategies work and which are a waste of precious time?
Rachel Thompson, who knows a social trick or two, reviews what works and what doesn’t these days, with specific insider tips for Twitter and Facebook Pages.
Here are a few highlights:
On Social Media Book Marketing Through Twitter
Readers really love Twitter. They go there to chat with their favorite authors. It’s a wonderful equalizer. You can talk to movie stars and musicians and of course other authors, but the main thing that you really want to focus on is connecting with readers and there are some wonderful strategic ways to do that. .
On the Best Social Media App
I like HootSuite better than TweetDeck because HootSuite allows you to import pretty much every account like known to man.
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