Best of the Web Book Marketing Tips for the Week of August 1, 2011

by: Penny

Here’s a look back at some of the top book marketing Tweets from the past week, courtesy of bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The topics include: when to send press releases, how to maximize your press release tweets, how to get the most out of YouTube, tips for Google+ and the top sites for authors online. Happy marketing!


* Top 7 Reasons Blogs Fail and What to Do About It

Many blogs don’t get the traffic or attention they warrant, but yours does not have to be one of them:

* 8 Ways to Maximize Your YouTube Marketing Results

There is a lot of competition to get views on YouTube. Make sure you’re getting the most out of your video marketing:

* Google+ Tips & Tricks: 10 Hints for New Users

It’s amazing how quickly Google+ is growing. Here are ways to use this network more effectively:

* What Are the Best Days to Send Out Press Releases?

Midweek works best for non-urgent PR. Learn more about when to send your releases so they reach your intended recipient:

* 5 Tips for Tweeting Press Releases and Other Content

Do you tweet your releases? You should, and there are multiple ways you can spread your message:

* 12 Places Authors Should Look To Develop a Strong Web Presence by Ryan Frank

Authors know they have to market themselves, and part of successful online marketing is having a presence on these 12 sites:

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  • M.E. Anders

    Valuable blog mash-up. I’m checking out the Google+ post, since I’ve no idea how to maximize that presence. Also, I’m checking out the YouTube post to increase my viewer-ship. :)

  • Paula

    We’re so glad to know you’ve found some good information. Enjoy! :)

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