pls wrote:I am seeing more and more posts from authors who indicate that Twitter is the place to be when it comes to book promotion, much more so than Facebook, Goodreads, or any other social network.
*Sigh* - another time hog. Maybe when I get past the massive projects I have going now - all involving publications, none involving creative writing - I'll get going on Twitter, too.
However, I still refuse to blog. And I pulled out of a semi-local group which requires many posts on a Word Press site with a complicated calendar and posting schedule for topics which I'm not involved in.
b.sherman wrote:…When I go on Twitter, however, my news feed is filled with promotional posts. It's like a non-stop advertising feed …
Good luck with your promoting, but just use your time wisely. The best use of your time will ALWAYS be writing the next book. …
Marycv wrote:I read online writing a book is the easy part, and marketing is the hard part. I also heard I should start marketing myself 6 months before I have the book published. I finished my book, and its almost finished being edited. Now I am wondering how to promote my book. I have a blog and website,which I post weekly, which I don't get much views. I use social networking sites like Bloggers, Facebook, LinkedIn,StumbleUpon, Twitter, and Pinterest. Is there anything that is affective that helps promote the person, and people know about the book. I find its time consuming going through all these social networks. It is also confusing how to go about getting my name out there, and marketing. Does anyone have advise what best worked for them or to get people to notice the person's book. Any advise would be appreciated.
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