About five months ago I got an email from a company that was responding to a post I made on Twitter about Instagram tools I like to use. They were introducing their new resource called Onlypult, which is an Instagram scheduling tool and they wanted me to try it out...
I’m often asked if both a newsletter and blog are necessary for authors. The two are actually quite different, so let me explain the purpose of each and then we can discuss if authors should have both.
When I first heard about Goodreads when it launched in 2006 I thought, "This is too good to be true!" A social media network for books? Yep - that's what Goodreads is! 40 million strong with users who share a common bond - a love of books.
Whether you write fiction or non-fiction, Goodreads is a fantastic place to connect with readers and grow your audience. Here are some key steps to take to not only get the most out of your Goodreads account, but also how to make a genuine connection with readers there.
You’ve probably heard us saying, “You need to engage with your readers!” a time or five. It’s a vital element that needs to be implemented in your social media strategy as an author to build a solid and thriving audience. But what does this actually mean? How do you actually engage with new people on social media in a way that actually makes a difference in your book marketing?