Here’s a roundup of the best book marketing Tweets during the past week, from bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The range of topics include: getting started with Facebook, increasing blog traffic, moving your Facebook fans to action, growing your writing career and writing a successful book proposal. Happy marketing!
How To Write A Successful Book Proposal
There are a number of tricks and tips you can use to produce a book proposal with a great chance of being spotted by an agent or publisher:
The First Rule of Self-Publishing
One word: editing.
How to Grow Your Writing Career
If you are a writer – how will you pursue your goals in 2011? How will you move your writing career forward?
13 Ways to Move Your Facebook Fans to Action
Your fans will come – and they will stay – if you give your fans good reason to engage:
Increase Blog Traffic – Blogging Advice and Checklist of 50 Ideas
Try one or more of these techniques every day for the next 50 days to steadily grow your traffic:
The Query Letter That Landed An Agent And A Four Book Deal
Learn how to write a query letter that can convince agents and publishers that your book has the potential to be published, and, how to avoid writing a query letter that fails to address key issues and misses important information:
Facebook for Authors – How to Get Started
You probably think about getting on Facebook, or what you’re supposed to do aside from creating an account. Here are some tips: