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Need some marketing ideas? Here are some top book marketing tweets, courtesy of bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The topics include reaching the right audience for your content, avoiding common book review request mistakes, getting quoted by the press, and more. Good luck with your marketing!

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* 12 Things That Will Get Your Book Review Request Turned Down

Book reviewers are inundated with review requests, and they turn many down. Here’s how you can make sure your request is on target:

http://rileybanks.net/3/post/2013/10/12-things-that-will-get-your-book-review-request-turned-down.html

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* The 5 Habits of Highly Successful Content Creators

Do you ever feel overwhelmed coming up with ideas for blog posts, tweets, Facebook posts, etc.? Learn what you can do to find and share good content:

http://blog.hubspot.com/5-habits-of-highly-successful-content-creators-list

* How to Reach the Right Audience for Your Content

It doesn’t matter how good your content is (see above), if you don’t know who you’re targeting. How you can find your audience:

http://www.writingthoughts.com/targeted-audience/

* How to be Quoted by the Press

If you’re lucky enough to be interviewed, you want to be sure what you say resonates enough to be quoted:

http://buildbookbuzz.com/how-to-be-quoted-by-the-press/

* Fall Blogging Techniques: Ramp Up Your Blog

Use the change in seasons to make some improvements to your blog, from writing, to posting frequency, to setting goals:

http://socialmediatoday.com/lisao/1798291/4-ways-amp-your-blog-autumn

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