Your writing time is worth protecting. As an author, you don’t want to get sucked into yet another social media black hole. That’s why BookBaby has put together “Twitter for Authors in 10 Minutes a Day,” a free guide that will help you use Twitter to connect with readers, reviewers, fellow writers, and your literary heroes all over the world — without spending your entire life online.
Twitter is the most immediate of all social media. As an author, Twitter allows you to instantly connect with your readers and your literary heroes all over the world. It’s where today’s writers are first sharing news about their up-coming publications, photos and musings, dates for readings or signings, and occasional personal confessions too.
But between writing, building your author platform, and managing your existing online presence (website, YouTube, Facebook), you have got your hands full already, don’t you? We get it. That is why BookBaby has outlined a plan to help get you up and running without spending more than 10 minutes a day on Twitter. After reading through the tips in “Twitter for Authors in 10 Minutes a Day,” you will have the tools and skills you will need to effectively promote your book on Twitter.
In this free e-book learn about:
- Why Twitter is better than Facebook
- How to compose effective tweets
- Scheduling tweets in advance
- Using Bit.ly and Google Analytics to track interactions
- Monitoring Twitter conversations about your books with HootSuite and TweetDeck
* Learn more by downloading the free guide
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