Facebook OR Twitter? Here’s Why You Should Choose Both!

In my new series on answering YOUR questions, Morgan Dragonwillow asks: If you could be only on one, Facebook or Twitter, which would you choose and why? Well, it all depends on what your goal is. Want to build relationships AND improve your overall SEO (Search Engine Optimization)? Twitter. Want to build relationships but are not all…

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How to Find Your Audience Online by @nblackburn01

Kerry Gans asked, [share ]“How can an author find an online audience?” [/share]Today, I am going to not only discuss the basics that we all know about, but I am going also going to talk about some sites that authors may not be familiar with: Snapchat, Pinterest, and Instagram, which are considered to be soft…

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How to Use Pinterest on Your Author Website by @K8Tilton

How Do You Build An Audience Before You Have A Product? A Pre-Marketing Guide, BadRedhead Media, @BadRedheadMedia

Previously I talked about how to grow your Pinterest followers, but how do you connect your website and Pinterest for the best results? Use a Business Account If you are just starting out, go here to create your business account. As an author your business type is “Public Figure.” If you already have a personal…

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Measuring Social Media ROI by @nblackburn01

Nanea Hoffman asks “How to measure reach on various social platforms. What is the best way to do this?” The Author CEO, Naomi Blackburn, explains social media ROI. [share ]Marketing is one of the most difficult areas to measure ROI (return on investment)[/share], but don’t fret, it isn’t impossible. There are several tools authors can use…

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Social Media Necessity for Authors by @nblackburn01

The 4 Most Effective Book Marketing Strategies That Work, BadRedhead Media, @badredheadmedia

LB Dunbar (@lbdunbarwrites) asks “Where to find potential readers…is it really FB, Twitter, FB groups?” AuthorCEO Naomi Blackburn explains.  One word…YES! Let’s break it down. One of the things I tell every client is that being an indie author (heck, any kind of author) is a business. To be successful a business must have visibility.…

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Easy Pinterest Growth Tips for Authors by @K8Tilton

  I’ve talked about how to engage readers on Pinterest, but how do you grow your following and interactions? As Rachel says, let’s deconstruct! Pin regularly. If you want to increase your presence on Pinterest, you must be actively pinning. Actively pinning means daily pinning, which can seem daunting, but here are a few ways…

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