April 19th, 2017

The Personalities of Social Media

Last month I did a post on how to build a strong online brand and the two most popular questions surprised me. The most common was: “What do I talk about?” Remember, that’s what your 100 word cloud is for. (Click that link in the first line if you don’t know what I’m talking about. We’ll […]

February 26th, 2016

A Marketing Tool That’s FUN!

I can hear you saying, Noooooo! Not another thing I have to do to build a platform! I’m already on FB, Twitter, Pinterest, I Blog, have a website, Instagram, Google Plus , Linkdin, Goodreads . . . Okay, I’ll stop, because I’m depressing myself, but just know that I could go on.

But what if […]

December 5th, 2014

Why Social Media Is Central to your Writing Career

Laura Kaye

Most authors struggle with how to balance their writing time against their social media efforts. They feel that the more time they spend promoting their books on Facebook, Twitter, their blog, or other blogs, the less time they have to devote to writing. Some even go as far as wishing they could wash […]

November 21st, 2014

The 12 Best Hashtags for Writers

Marcy Kennedy

Hashtags are one of the best things about Twitter. (In case you’re brand new to Twitter, a hashtag is the # sign followed by a term.)

Normally, your tweets are seen only by people who’re following you, but if you add a hashtag, everyone who’s watching that hashtag sees what you’ve tweeted. If […]