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Grow your expertise with insights from these book marketing tweets, courtesy of bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The topics include creating query letters and cover letters, finding free images, getting website traffic, and more. Happy marketing!


* How to Get Traffic to Your Author Website: 30+ Tips for Discouraged Writers

It does take time to get visitors to your site, and it’s not about numbers, it’s about attracting the right people:

* Finding Twitter Chats for Writers

Twitter chats offer a chance to connect with readers, learn from other authors, network with industry professionals, and more:


* Book Contests for Indie Authors

Your self-published book can gain an edge if you win an award. Here are contests to consider:

* Query and Cover Letters 101: The Fundamentals

This is a great post for beginners. Learn the difference between query letters and cover letters and how to write them:

* The Best Places to Find Free, High-Resolution Images

Here are 18 sites you can check out:

* How to Deal With Negative Reviews of Our Books

No one likes negative reviews. But bookmark this post to guide you if, or when, you receive a bad review:

* How to Fail at Being a Writer

These steps are guaranteed to lead to failure. And it never hurts to have a little laugh:

* 4 Ways Authors Can Rock on Twitter

Many authors find Twitter is a great way to connect with their audience. Here’s how you can look like a pro:

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