Best of the Web Tips for the Week of Feb 28, 2011

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Here’s a roundup of the best book marketing Tweets during the past week, from bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The range of topics include: getting started with Facebook, increasing blog traffic, moving your Facebook fans to action, growing your writing career and writing a successful book proposal. Happy marketing!

How To Write A Successful Book Proposal

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There are a number of tricks and tips you can use to produce a book proposal with a great chance of being spotted by an agent or publisher:

http://bubblecow.co.uk/2009/09/how-to-write-a-book-proposal/

The First Rule of Self-Publishing

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One word: editing.

http://moriahjovan.com/mojo/first-rule-of-self-publishing

How to Grow Your Writing Career

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If you are a writer – how will you pursue your goals in 2011? How will you move your writing career forward?

http://wegrowmedia.com/how-to-grow-your-writing-career/

13 Ways to Move Your Facebook Fans to Action

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Your fans will come – and they will stay – if you give your fans good reason to engage:

http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/13-ways-to-move-your-facebook-fans-to-action/

Increase Blog Traffic – Blogging Advice and Checklist of 50 Ideas

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Try one or more of these techniques every day for the next 50 days to steadily grow your traffic:

http://www.self-publishing-coach.com/increase-blog-traffic.html

The Query Letter That Landed An Agent And A Four Book Deal

How well I could write if I were not here!

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Learn how to write a query letter that can convince agents and publishers that your book has the potential to be published, and, how to avoid writing a query letter that fails to address key issues and misses important information:

http://bubblecow.co.uk/2011/02/the-query-letter-that-won-me-an-agent-and-a-four-book-deal-and-why-it-was-so-successful/

Facebook for Authors – How to Get Started

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You probably think about getting on Facebook, or what you’re supposed to do aside from creating an account. Here are some tips:

http://blog.nathanbransford.com/2011/02/facebook-for-authors-how-to-get-started.html

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  • http://wegrowmedia.com Dan Blank

    Thanks for the mention!
    -Dan

  • http://ame.wpengine.com Paula

    You’re welcome! It was a very useful post and we’re happy to share it.