Is Social Media A Time-Suck For Authors? Think Again…

When time is short, how can you make the most of social media to help you sell books? Chris Syme shares her strategy here:

http://www.digitalbookworld.com/2016/how-authors-can-get-more-fans-and-book-sales-with-less-social-media/

If you’re confused about the difference between a Facebook page, profile or group (and how they can help you as an author), check out Sandra Beckwith’s primer:

http://buildbookbuzz.com/facebook-profile-page-or-group/

YA and romance authors should join the party at Snapchat, advises Frances Caballo:
http://www.thebookdesigner.com/2016/06/write-young-adults-millenials-try-snapchat/

LinkedIn isn’t just for non-fiction authors. Check out these four ways it can help fiction writers as well:

https://writerswin.com/author-marketing-mastery-four-ways-linkedin-helps-authors/

Puzzled by Pinterest? Here are 5 ways you can market your books on Pinterest:

http://www.wiseinkblog.com/self-publishing-2/how-to-use-pinterest-to-organize-and-market-your-brand/

Looking for the next big thing? Penny Sansevieri thinks it could be Facebook’s new Livestream:

http://www.amarketingexpert.com/video-livestreaming-book-promotion-1/

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