Best of the Web Book Marketing Tips for the Week of August 29, 2011

by: Penny

Here are some of the most useful book marketing Tweets from the past week, courtesy of bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The topics include how to hire an editor, strategies to get more blog comments, how a search engine ranks pages, why you should try Storify, how to host virtual book chats and much more. Happy marketing!


* Host a Virtual Book Club Using Facebook, Skype or Google


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Reach even more readers with these tools, perfect for chats, calls and parties, all with video:

* How a Search Engine Works and Ranks Pages

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Learn how a search engine knows what to place first and how to rank all those results:

* How to Get More Comments on Your Blog

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Seven strategies to attract more commenters for your blog:

* How to Hire an Editor


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What you need to know so you can hire the editor you need:

* The Importance of Moving on: What Happens When a Book Doesn’t Sell

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One author’s examination of accepting rejection and moving on to the next book:

* How Authors & Publishing Professionals Can Use Storify

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If you haven’t heard of Storify yet, learn about this network and what it can do for authors and publishers:

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