In my social media training work I come across a lot of authors who do not know what to share on social media. Many of these authors fall to sharing just articles they like or promotional messages of their books. There is a better way. After consistency, variety is the key to social media success. Here are different content ideas for authors you can use today.
— Kate Tilton (@K8Tilton) February 3, 2015
What is your favorite thing about a book signing?
— Kate Tilton (@K8Tilton) February 7, 2015
"Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth." – Buddha
— Rachel Thompson (@RachelintheOC) February 10, 2015
Social media updates consist of links, images, quotes, reshares, plain-text updates. Visuals do best across all channels via @buffer
— Rachel Thompson (@BadRedheadMedia) February 8, 2015
In marketing it is just as important to recognize when something is NOT working. Don't waste your time, rethink and recreate! #k8approved
— Kate Tilton (@K8Tilton) February 5, 2015
I'm praying for good road conditions as I head out on my first trip of the week. Do you drive in the snow? #AdventureK8
— Kate Tilton (@K8Tilton) February 10, 2015
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Kate Tilton has been serving authors since 2010. Founder of Kate Tilton’s Author Services, LLC, Kate works as an author assistant, social media manager, and speaker with the mission of connecting authors and readers. Kate is the creator and host of #K8chat (Thursdays at 9pm Eastern on Twitter) and has appeared on popular media such as Publishers Weekly and Library Journal. You can find Kate on katetilton.com.