Google can bring you back 100,000 answers. A librarian can bring you back the right one. — Neil Gaiman
23 Tools and Resources to Create Images for Social Media (including Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, and more).
During this holiday season, Google+ is changing some holiday and snow-related photos to become active GIFs with snow falling, bulbs twinkling, etc. If you upload a photo to Google+, they might change it into an active GIF. For more on this story, check out http://mashable.com/2013/12/06/google-holiday-photos-twinkling-gifs. Here, for example, is the book cover for Terry Brooks’ […]
AuthorRank is Google’s attempt to analyze the influence and reliability of those who write blog posts, web pages, and the like. For the average writer, marketer or content producer, AuthorRank offers an incredible opportunity to brand yourself. Even more important for those of us who write books, it also makes us responsible for the quality […]
Whenever I work with certain authors and publishers, as part of my service, I also tweet out their book, pin it to Pinterest, post it to Facebook, and add it to Google+. Here, for example, are the embeds for social media shares of Nadia’s Obsession by Charles Martin…
John Mueller, one of Google’s lead Webmaster Trends Analyst, was kind enough to answer some of my questions around this documentation change in a video hangout. The questions from SEOs and myself around the new link schemes documentation change are in the first ten minutes, the outcome was to nofollow links within press releases. Throughout […]
Quick Book Marketing Tip: #Hashtags Inspired by another blog post, I compiled my own list of 41 hashtags for book authors to use on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, and Pinterest. Hashtags (demarcated by a number sign or pound sign in front of a word, for example, #hashtag) are an easy way for people interested in […]
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