Just when you thought had finally gotten used to Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg decided to change things up on you. We explain how you can make the jump.
Feeling stuck on Facebook? Here are 3 simple ways to engage on your author Facebook page.
Do you know how to create a professional cover photo for your Facebook Timeline? We’ll show you how.
Is it okay to say no to readers who want to friend me? The bigger question is what’s your Facebook strategy. Here’s what I tell clients.
Everyone talks about Google Analytics but ignoring your Facebook analytics could wreck your career before it starts.
Facebook just launched Timeline for Brands. But what does that mean for authors? We’re excited about the changes. Here’s why you should be.
One month ago we had fewer than 200 Facebook fans. Now we have over 2000. Here are the 10 things we did to create this explosive growth.
Disable Facebook Chat and regain your writing time. We’ll show you how to do it.
Your author brand is how your fans identify you.You might have an idea of your brand but how do you build it? Try these 5 ideas.
Facebook page titles are like a tattoos. They stay with you forever.
Facebook is generally forgiving. They let you change your page if you make a mistake or change your mind. Except for one thing: the title of your fan page. So, this is the most important decision you make on Facebook because there is no going back.
So your publisher says you need to grow your platform. You need to be able to communicate with and listen to more people in order to promote your book.
Here are 7 great ways that Facebook can help you do that.
Did you know that sharing a website on Facebook is as easy as one click? All you need to know is where to click. This post will teach you just that.
Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Plaxo… Are they a passing fad or are they changing everything? If you have not seen this video you must. It will rock your world.
Everytime this video uses the word “product” or “company” just think “book.” It will help you see where the future of book marketing is headed.
Mary DeMuth is an author, writing coach, and sought after speaker who speaks at writers conferences all over the country.
In this interview she shares how she uses social media (Blogging, Twitter & Facebook) to sell books and connect with readers.
You’re an author. Your time is sacred. Finding to time to write is hard enough as it it before your agent told you to get something called a “platform.”What you want is maximum platform bang per minute. Here are 4 reasons why MySpace is not for you.