Whether you’re just starting out or just starting to take social media seriously, keep in mind that social media is a place where people socialize. This may seem like common sense, but plenty of people have managed to forget. Use Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ as they were meant to be used and you’ll finally see […]
Social Media Tips by Kate Tilton
Social media is a tricky thing to master no matter how long you've been publishing. This archive has all the tools you'll need to learn a new thing each day to bring you closer to social media mastery.
So whether it is Twitter that has you stumped or Instagram that you just can't wrap your head around, this is the page for you.
So I tend to be a more positive based writer. I love to give tips on how-to do something and rarely do I cover the do not side. But I believe these tips will be really helpful and I hope they encourage you to use Twitter wisely! 1. Do not spam. Many Twitter users fail […]
So last Thursday I launched the Authors on Instagram Master List. Today I am happy to bring you part two: Book Bloggers on Instagram! This list of book bloggers on Instagram is a way for readers and authors to connect with others. If you are a book blogger and would like to be added to […]
Happy Thursday everyone! Today we have an awesome reference list, authors on Instagram. This list of authors on Instagram is a way for readers and authors to connect with others. If you are an author and would like to be added to the list please leave a link to your account on this post. If […]
After years of watching fancy iPhone and Android phones upload fun pictures of cats to instagram and taking short but fun videos on this thing called Vine (and then on Instagram…are people still using Vine?) I took the plunge and broke up… …with my Blackberry. After years of being dependent on having to have a […]
Writing in the Age of Social Media This is an amazing time to be an author. Don’t let anyone tell you any different. There are so many ways to get your book out into the world. Doors and windows and strange little trap doors in the floor of a room you had long since written […]