Welcome to the Friday Roundup where you’ll find practical tips for marketing your books on the social web. This week’s segment of Resources for Indie Authors includes new posts on social media marketing. Keep reading to learn more.
Keeping up with the multiple social channels; posting original content and coming up with a social media plan that generates leads, engagement, revenue or some other tangible goal can make you feel like pulling out your hair.However, studies show that social media marketing works. In 2014, investment in social media is a necessity, and no longer a luxury.
An Up-to-Date List of the Algorithm Factors and Changes from Buffer Social: Does this sound familiar: People have liked your Facebook page or followed your profile, and when you post a new update, less than 10 percent of your fans and followers ever see it. It’s a challenge that many Facebook marketers face. How do you get your content seen on Facebook? The secret is in understanding the Facebook News Feed and its mighty algorithm.
How to Use Pinterest to Boost Blog Traffic Dramatically from Rebekah Radice: Building a successful blog takes more than writing great content. While content is a fundamental necessity, promotion is the key to spreading your message. Pinterest has become an integral part of my blog promotional strategy. In fact, Pinterest is now my number one social media traffic referral source. Over the last two years, I’ve watched as my Pinterest traffic has skyrocketed.
And because it’s November …
How To Write A Book In A Month by Nina Amir for The Future of Ink blog: In just two months, you will ring in the New Year. When the clock strikes midnight, will you have achieved your writing goals? In 2014, will you have written and published a book that helped you achieve expert status or boost your business?
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About the Author: Frances Caballo is an author and social media strategist and manager for writers. You can receive a free copy of her book Twitter Just for Writers by Clicking Here. Connect with Frances on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+.
Practical Tips for Marketing Your Books on the Social Web