Welcome to the September 23, 2013 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. We’ve got a good mix of posts on writing, book marketing and social media this week. Thank you to all of the contributors!
Anne Hill presents Social Media Tip: Turn Your Rants Into Pin Boards posted at Creative Content Coaching, saying, “Your pet peeves can make great (and funny) social media content that helps establish your unique platform and voice.”
Kimberley Grabas presents How to Create a Custom Facebook Cover Image That Gets Noticed (Without Spending a Dime) posted at Your Writer Platform, saying, “Can’t afford a designer, but have Facebook cover image envy? Do you want to have an amazing cover photo that attracts new readers as well as keeps your current fans coming back for more? Well you’re in luck! As of July 1st, 2013, Facebook has relaxed their guidelines somewhat, allowing you to add more than just the ’20% text maximum’ to your image, as well as any other info you think may entice your fans to stick around. Add to that the option to use the free online photo editing software site known as PicMonkey, and we’re in Facebook-cover-image-making business!”
Michael Hetherington presents Supplements for Super (Writing) Powers | Michael Hetherington posted at Michael Hetherington, saying, “Supplements for Super Writing Powers.”
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