10 Tweeps Authors Should Follow for Book Marketing Tips and Opportunities

If you use Twitter right, it is all about who you follow and who is following you.  These should be seen as two completely separate things.  You should follow the people who provide you with the information you want to receive, whether that be news, weather, gossip, comedy or whatever interests you.  And you should provide your followers with the information that interests them – your unique perspective on the world or your field that makes them want to follow you. If you’re an author on Twitter, you may want to follow people who will provide you with tips on writing, publishing and book marketing.  Here are a few I recommend:

  1. @JaneFriedman – Jane Friedman
  2. @BookMarketer – Dana Lynn Smith
  3. @WeberBooks – Steve Weber
  4. @HelpAReporter – Help A Reporter Out (HARO)
  5. @SelfPubAdvisor – Self Publishing Advisor
  6. @WritersDigest – Writers Digest
  7. @WritersintheSky – Yvonne Perry
  8. @PublishersWkly – Publishers Weekly
  9. @JohnKremer – John Kremer
  10. @TheCreativePenn – Joanna Penn
DISCUSSION: Who else do you recommend?   

Published by Kelly Schuknecht

Kelly Schuknecht is a marketing director with a background in the publishing industry and a passion for all things related to books. She blogs about book marketing because she loves helping authors navigate the world of social media to discover new ways to promote and sell their books. If you're looking for something good to read, you can find Kelly's top picks here: www.kellyschuknecht.com/book-faves.

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