Ummm…. Yeah. I can’t say that I have a favorite social media platform. It’s more like a tolerate/hate relationship with the ones I’m on, because I can’t say I love them, really. So instead of waxing poetic on one, I’ll give my Pros for each. The Con on all of them is really the same–the potential time suck (if I let it be) and … Read More My Favorite Social Media Platforms? – #MFRWAuthor Blog Challenge
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Technology has made the world of the author into something very different from what it once was. Not only do we have the ability to self-publish and reach a mass audience through ebooks, but marketing has changed with the advent of social media. The level at which you do this is entirely personal preference. You’ll find scads of articles both for and against large use … Read More OneNote for Authors: Social Media Management
Guest Post Re-Post: Originally posted 10/11/2013 on Tracey H. Kitts as a guest post. Part of my Crimson Dahlia blog tour organized by Paranormal Cravings. ***** Early on in my career as a self-published author I realized the value and importance of use of social media as marketing tools. In the last year, I feel like I’ve progressed in my use of these tools by leaps and … Read More Social Media: What “Level” Are You?
In one of my very first posts on this blog I talked about my initial foray into the use of social media as a self-marketing tool for a first time self publishing author. I am now 6 weeks, 18 blog posts, 73 tweets, and multiple Facebook entries and Pinterest boards into the process. I have to say that my social media experience so far has been interesting, entertaining, … Read More Social Media for a 1st Time Author
Has anyone else born before about 1990 secretly questioned why so many college grads these days are offering up their services as social media consultants? Ha! Well I am finally starting to get it. Here’s why… In writing my first book, I’ve decided to go the route of self-publishing through Amazon Kindle. I’m only at the beginning of the process, and I’m starting to learn … Read More Social Media – An Author’s Best Friend? Or Worst Enemy?