Are you paralyzed by not knowing when the best time to send your tweet is? We have three tools that will help you tweet away happily.
Pinterest is the hottest new network. We explain how authors can get on, maximize their time, and use it as a powerful marketing tool.
The first month of 2012 is already being put to rest. We look back at the posts you loved the most in January.
It’s not enough to be on Twitter. As an author, you need to be using Twitter hashtags to help use your time wisely. Learn how.
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.
Know your audience. It sounds so simple. We’ll show you how best-selling author John Locke used this principle and became a success.
If you want to level-up your Twitter skills here are seven of the best articles on the web to help you out.
After reading these guides, you will become a true Twitter Ninja, Young Grasshopper.
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’ve seen #PubTip on Twitter. Now find out what it is and how to use it.
No one cares that you are sitting @Startucks. They don’t care that you’re at the airport either. But they may still follow you. Why? In this post you will the answer and learn how to rethink Twitter in such a way to make your follower count soar.
Do you feel like you are not getting much out of Twitter? Here are 5 ways to make Twitter more valuable to your life.
In this step by step guide you will learn how to sync Twitter and Facebook. This will save you a ton of time by allowing you to only to update one site to stay current on both sites. In this guide we assume you are already on both Twitter and Facebook.