Best of the Web Book Marketing Tips for the Week of September 26, 2011

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We’ve uncovered some of the most useful book marketing Tweets from the past week, courtesy of bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The topics include creating a Facebook media room, writing a compelling ‘About Me’ page, improving your LinkedIn profile and much more! Happy marketing!

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* How to Use Twitter and Facebook for Press Releases

Facebook Notifications

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Both Twitter and Facebook are great venues for sharing your publicity. Learn how to make the most of both sites for your PR:

http://smedio.com/2010/10/25/how-to-use-twitter-and-facebook-for-press-release/

* A Dirty Little Secret About Link Sharing

Soul Through Chain Link

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Those links you share have an expiration date of sorts. But you can take advantage of that window of time:

http://www.personalbrandingblog.com/a-dirty-little-secret-about-link-sharing/

* 5 Simple Steps for Improving Your LinkedIn Visibility

LinkedIn account

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LinkedIn has upgraded its site and, since it offers such great networking opportunities, you should check out the changes and make sure you are up to date:

http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/5-simple-steps-for-improving-your-linkedin-visibility/

* 10 Rules for Writing a Compelling ‘About Me’ Page

Edwards-website

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You may not realize that the “About Me” section of your website is one of the most visited pages. Don’t miss the opportunity to give your visitors what they need:

http://thestoryoftelling.com/10-rules-for-writing-about-me-page/

* 13 Press Release Topics When There’s Nothing Newsworthy

iPad as Writing Device

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You’re using press releases to get traffic for your website and these tips will ensure you have topics to write about:

http://publicityhound.net/13-press-release-topics-when-theres-nothing-newsworthy/

* How to Create a Facebook Media Room for Publicity

Facebook Login

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You should have a media room on your website, but consider having a media room on Facebook too. Here’s why:

http://www.allfacebook.com/facebook-page-tab-pr-2011-09

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