When it comes time to promote a book, social media is the obvious answer. However, if you have only a small number of followers and connections on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, your potential to promote a book is limited by the size of your social media footprint. Promoting your book too often to only a few hundred, or even a
Twitter Cards increase blog traffic dramatically I have been experimenting with Twitter Cards on my WordPress blogs for a long time now, and all I can say is that they are fantastic, but only when they work. While I tried hard coding, I also tried a couple of WordPress plugins and finally settled on using my SEO plugin to add the necessary
People are Facebook trained to click on image links, so is your book cover clickable? Social media has trained a whole new generation of Internet users to click on images to make their way around the Internet. Think about Facebook and how every image leads to an action. Every click leads either to bigger images or to an external site.
Storytelling marketing is the perfect book promotion tool for authors By Lisa Brown Storytelling can be a great way to market your products, and it works especially well when those products are books. Even though this concept has been around for a while, it is not something that many are familiar with. It is a technical way of marketing, and