By Angeline Trevena We’ve all experienced it: posting something on social media, and receiving a comment along the lines of ‘great pic, check out my profile’. Sometimes it’s painfully clear that they’ve not read your post, or even looked at the image, they’ve simply addressed you because of your hashtags and content. It’s not engaging, […]Read More Warts and All: Why You Should be Real With Your Readers
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? The trouble with research is that it’s kind of addictive. The trouble with Google is that it panders to that addiction. So you need to find ways to keep more or less on track when you do this. First of all: write down the exact question you are looking…
#30days30authors The answer might surprise you! It surprised me! By Rachel Thompson “Which one social media channel will net me the most book sales?” an author asked me recently during my weekly #BookMarketingChat (join any Wednesday on Twitter, 6pm pst/9pm est simply by typing in the hashtag). Well, it’s not that easy. Wouldn’t it be great if […]Read More Which Social Media Channel Sells The Most Books?