You’re an Author on Twitter, Now What?

Last week I talked about how to set up a Twitter account.  You have your account set up, so now what?  Now it’s time to start building your community.  Unlike Facebook, you do not need to “friend” the people you want to follow.  You can “follow” another person to keep up with their tweets (or messagesContinue reading “You’re an Author on Twitter, Now What?”

BOOK REVIEW: Plug Your Book! by Steve Weber

About the book: > Get massive exposure for your book, no special computer skills needed — trade published or self published, fiction or nonfiction > Discover why authors fail with paid advertising, pay-per-click, fee-based reviews, and “bestseller” campaigns > Blog to connect with readers, driving them to Amazon and bookstores > Boost your visibility withContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Plug Your Book! by Steve Weber”

Blogging as a Means for Networking and Book Promotion

Last week I wrote a brief post about blogging for authors with a couple tips to help you get started.  Blogging is a great way to build content and use that content to promote your book.  This can be done in a variety of ways.  As a non-fiction writer, you may use your blog toContinue reading “Blogging as a Means for Networking and Book Promotion”