Here are some hot issues from book marketing tweets, courtesy of bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The topics include email marketing mistakes, how to reach readers, Facebook tricks that don’t work, and more. Happy marketing!
* Tips for Reaching Readers
Learn how to become part of the reading world to find out what your readers really want and need:
* Do You Have to Write the Whole Book Before Pitching for a Publisher?
The ‘rules’ have changed; why fiction and nonfiction authors should write their book first:
* 5 Tips for Using Twitter to Pitch Your Story
If you use Twitter properly, you’ve got a good shot reaching the media:
* 7 Facebook Marketing “Tips” and “Tricks” That Don’t Actually Work
Some of the methods to get traction on Facebook really don’t matter:
* 15 Cringe-worthy Email Marketing Mistakes – And How to Avoid Them
Not making email marketing a priority is one gaffe – learn why:
* 3 Reasons You Might Want to Wait to Publish Your Book
There are four “must-dos” before you publish. Have you taken these steps yet?
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Thanks for this! Great tips. Except I don’t know if Facebook is worth the effort, not with the way they’re throttling non-paying Pages.
Kelly – I’d have to agree that it’s hard to know if Facebook is worth the effort. It’s not just the recent changes, but the continuous changes that make it difficult to use the site. We’ve posted two recent Facebook updates in the past week, based on discussions from Social Media Marketing World – some still feel Facebook is relevant and perhaps the insights will help! Thanks for taking the time to comment.