Best of the Web Tips for the Week of Feb 7, 2011

by | Feb 11, 2011 | Social Media for Authors

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Here’s a look at a few of the best book marketing Tweets during the past week, from bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The range of topics include: writing a back cover blurb for your book, judging a book by its cover, measuring your Facebook following and checking your social media I.Q. Happy marketing!

Is Your Low Social IQ Dooming Your Blog? blog post on my work

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If your blog is not taking off, yet you’re posting regularly, inviting reader feedback and offering useful information, here’s what you need to know to become a better blogger:

10 Reasons Your Facebook Page Is Not Taking Off

Illustration of Facebook mobile interface

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So, you’ve created a Facebook Page – and it seems stagnant already. If you want your page to grow faster and engage more fans, you can:

Judging a Book by Its Cover

Book Jacket for the novel Billy Budd

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Whether you’re self-published or not, covers matter – even online! Learn some tips for creating a great book cover and see samples of good cover design:

10 Ways To Measure Your Audience On Facebook

Facebook logo

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Sure, you can monitor your Facebook Page through tools the site provides, but there are other measures you can use to see if your message is getting across:

How To Write a Back Blurb For Your Book

2nd Pan Book of Horror Stories

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A book’s cover is the first draw, but then prospective readers/buyers turn the book over and read the back blurb. Is yours compelling enough to seal the deal?

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