Social Media for Authors: Spend less time doing more impactful engagement Most authors’ social media process looks like this: Create accounts on all social media platforms they’ve ever heard of. Become overwhelmed by the advice and techniques on how to manage social media. Give up managing all channels perfectly and post when they get around […]
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.
One of the most recent trends of the book blogging community is the art of bookstagramming. Bookstagram is what we call the bookish community on Instagram, where bookstagrammers share aesthetically pleasing photos featuring our favorite things in the world — books. If you happen to have an Instagram account, you only need to head over […]
How are you incorporating Goodreads into your book marketing strategy? Or are you? With 50 million users on this site, it’s a great place to upload your reading wish list and share your reviews. But why stop there? Goodreads has many features that can help you to promote your books. Before we get any further, […]
A Quick Reference Guide for Authors DON’T: …tag recently added friends or followers you just met unless they’ve given you permission or asked you to do so. People come to social media for lots of reasons and those reasons are rarely (if ever) to buy something. DO: …ask before tagging anyone in a post. Unless you’ve […]
Writers, are you attempting to build your brand? One of the best ways to do so is to utilize emerging social media platforms, especially Snapchat, one of the fastest growing apps among the younger generation. Social media isn’t all about socializing! Businesses have seen huge success with their branding efforts when they tap into these […]
The boom of social media sites, such as Twitter, has left many authors questioning how it is possible to be seen and connect in such a saturated environment. Unlike the beginning days of Twitter where any effort would yield a result, users now have to diligently work to build engagement and results. There are enough […]