Here are a few funny tweets about books, authors, and poetry that you can retweet. Have fun retweeting! Somebody should tell Forrest Gump that on the back of the box of chocolates it tells you exactly what the chocolates are.
23 Tools and Resources to Create Images for Social Media (including Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, and more).
As I was browsing Twitter today, I came across the people who cover books in The New York Times. I thought I’d share them here. If you want to learn more about how the book editors and reporters think at The New York Times, follow them, retweet their tweets, favorite their tweets, and interact with […]
This is a great checklist from Andrea Vahl on how you should be creating, using, and linking to your Twitter profile. You should check off this checklist at least twice a year, if for no other reason than to be sure you’re updating your Twitter profile with your new products and services.
Here are nine tips on how to squeeze more words (or more meaning) into your 140-character tweets. 1. Use Thsrs (http://www.ironicsans.com/thsrs) to find shorter synonyms for long words you want to use. 2. Don’t use the word “and.” Just substitute symbols like & or + to save 2 characters. 3. Get rid of unnecessary pronouns […]
You’ll get more retweets if you place a link near the end of your tweet. Tweets with images get 3 times as many retweets as tweets without an image. If you want retweets, ask for the retweet (not an RT). The more exclamation marks, the more retweets, with 9 exclamation marks getting the most retweets.
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…
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 […]