30-Day @BadRedheadMedia Book Marketing Challenge — Day One!

By Rachel Thompson | Book Marketing

Feb 01

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Today’s FREE BadRedHead Media 30-Day Book Marketing Challenge newsletter tip is about Twitter — have you checked it? (The newsletters come in your email. If you don’t see it, check your spam folder.)

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About the Author

Rachel Thompson is the author of newly released BadRedhead Media 30-Day Book Marketing Challenge: How to energize your book sales in a month – created to help authors market their book. She is also the author of Broken Places (one of IndieReader’s “Best of 2015” top books and 2015 Honorable Mention Winner in the San Francisco Book Festival), and the multi award-winning Broken Pieces, as well as two additional humor books, A Walk In The Snark and Mancode: Exposed.

She owns BadRedhead Media, creating effective social media and book marketing campaigns for authors. Her articles appear regularly in The Huffington Post IndieReader.com, The San Francisco Book Review (BadRedhead Says…), 12Most.com, BookPromotion.com, and Self-Publishers Monthly.

Not just an advocate for sexual abuse survivors, Rachel is the creator and founder of the hashtag phenomenon #MondayBlogs,  #BookMarketingChat (co-hosted with Melissa Flickinger) and #SexAbuseChat, co-hosted with certified therapist/survivor, Bobbi Parish all live Twitter chats.

She hates walks in the rain, running out of coffee, and coconut. She lives in California with her family.

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S. J. Pajonas (spajonas) February 1, 2016

I did mine! I don’t use Twitter much, but it’s good to have it all look nice and standardized.

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    Rachel Thompson February 1, 2016

    awesome! Twitter is helpful as a listening platform — not so much a sales platform.

    as you’ll find out as we progress in the challenge, most authors are following other authors, and that’s a mistake — then they blame Twitter for not connecting with readers, when really, what’s at issue is that as authors, we need to connect with our reader base! (I love connecting with authors, don’t get me wrong — but not exclusively.)

    See you tomorrow, S.J.

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Sue Coletta February 2, 2016

I can already see a difference. Thank you, Rachel!

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