Best of the Web Book Marketing Tips for the Week of May 7, 2012

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We’ve collected some of the top book marketing Tweets, courtesy of bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The topics include setting the ideal ebook price, planning for a non-fiction book, authors promoting with Pinterest, and much more. Happy marketing!

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* Pinterest for Authors: How to Promote Your Writing on the Fastest Growing Website Ever

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Pinterest is hot – it’s the fastest growing social media site – and it offers some great options for authors to promote their books. Here’s how:

http://workflowwriting.com/662432/pinterest-for-authors-how-to-promote-your-writing-on-the-fastest-growing-website-ever.php

* How to Plan Your Non-Fiction Book to Set Yourself Up for Success

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If you have a solid outline, you’ll be able to see your book through from start to finish:

http://workflowwriting.com/662255/how-to-plan-your-non-fiction-book-to-set-yourself-up-for-success.php

* How Does Social Media Affect Website Search Rankings?

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Using social media can help you with your Google rank. Learn what Google+, Facebook and Twitter can do:

http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/social-media-search-results_b21882

* 25 Things That Make You Look Dumb on Twitter

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Use Twitter strategically – and wisely – and you’ll reap the benefits. What not to do:

http://blogs.constantcontact.com/product-blogs/social-media-marketing/25-things-that-make-you-look-dumb-on-twitter/

* Authors: Are You in This for the Long Haul?

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Great advice from literary agent Rachelle Gardner on what you need to do to stay the course as a writer:

http://www.rachellegardner.com/2012/04/are-you-in-this-for-the-long-haul/

* Ebook Pricing: How Much Should I Sell My Book For?

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An author deconstructs his ebook pricing structure, and it’s a revealing look at what sells (and what doesn’t):

http://writelydone.com/blogs/darnzen/e-book-pricing-how-much-should-i-sell-my-book-001038?quicktabs_read_write_menu=1

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