Hey, here’s my newest Indie Author Weekly Update where you see the week’s best posts. If you only read one post, be sure to check out 10 Best Literary Instagram Accounts. Some of the examples in this post are beautiful. If you use Pinterest, learn how to use hashtags on that platform by reading Blogging Wizard’s post. And, of course, Rachel Thompson always writes killer blog posts.
Enjoy all of them.
10 Best Literary Instagram Accounts for Book-Lovers from Read It Forward: Not sure how to have an attractive Instagram feed as an author? Check out these 10 Instagram accounts and be inspired. Some of this accounts are incredible!
Indie Author Book Marketing
This is How You Find Your Readers by Rachel Thompson: You can always trust advice from Rachel Thompson. She covers reader demographics, connecting with readers, and networking.
The Definitive Guide To Pinterest Hashtags: You didn’t know that you could use hashtags on Pinterest? Well you can and should use them. This post explains how to make them work for you.
Indie Author Email Marketing
How to Convert Book Readers into Email Subscribers: It’s critical that indie authors today grow their email lists. Why? Email marketing is more effective than social media marketing. That’s just one reason. Dave Chesson explains how to use reader magnets to grow your list.
Case Study: How Celadon Books Got Everyone Talking About ‘The Silent Patient’ from GoodReads: This is an older post but it’s rich in how a first-time author attained phenomenal success. Read it.
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