7 Ways to Promote Your Live Author Event with Ease

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Book Launch Party

If you’re an author participating in a local event, such as a book signing, meet & greet, public reading or festival, you want to help the event be a huge success for yourself and the organizers. Here are 7 methods to help you easily promote the event and help your book marketing efforts at the same time.

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Book Launch Party

Live author events, whether a book signing, reading, speaking engagement or something else, can be tremendously valuable...or not. It all depends. Mostly, it depends on the AUTHOR, not the event host.

I've noticed a lot of authors tend to expect to sit back and let the literary world deliver book sales with no effort on the wordsmith's part. I see it with publishing and with live events as well.

7 Tips for Promoting an Author Event

When you publish a book by whatever publishing method, you an't expect to put up your feet and let the publisher promote for you This simply does not happen. You can't just bury yourself in the next project; you have to promote and market your own book. That makes everybody happy, because you sell more books.

Same with events. Just because you've agreed to appear at a book signing, excerpt reading, or other live author event, that doesn't mean you keep your mouth shut about it and simply show up and sit in  your seat like a soggy lump until you're "on."

You want a successful event, right?

5 Reasons Why You Want to Help Promote an Author Book Signing/Speaking Event

  1. You might sell more books. This is obvious, but worth focused attention. People who are connected to you, whether readers, family or friends, are likely to come in support, and/or perhaps buy a book for themselves or as a gift. Sales are all about numbers. The more people attend, the more statistically likely it is for you to profit.
  2. Name recognition. Every author needs a wider net with more people who know about you and your books. Even if I don't like your genre, I have friends who do, and those friends are always looking for a good read. The old saying goes, "Out of sight, out of mind." You want to be IN sight and ON people's minds. Every time someone sees your name and hears about you, you become just a little more relevant.
  3. You only reap what you sow. You'll only get out what you invest. Contribute nothing and you can expect nothing in return. Then you'll be whining that the event was a waste of time when you, in fact, were at cause in the poor results. Help spread the word and you'll be the darling of the event hosts and can anticipate rich rewards.
  4. The Golden Rule Principle. Momma taught you the Golden Rule: "Treat others as you want them to treat you." The others are the event planners, any other authors, and the attendees. You want a great experience for everyone. The success of any event is a team effort. You want to care t the success of the event not only to bolster your own self-interest, but because it is right to put forth some effort. The event coordinators are most assuredly expending many hours and much energy to support YOUR writing.
  5. What you focus upon expands. Focus on expanding siness as an author and it shall grow. Simple universal law.

Here are 7 easy ways you can let your world know about your event. Continue reading "7 Ways to Promote Your Live Author Event with Ease"

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What Does Grumpy Cat Teach Authors about Book Marketing?

You’ve probably heard of #GrumpyCat. What can the disgruntled feline teach authors about book marketing and entrepreneur mindset? Find out in this post.

You've probably heard of Grumpy Cat. It all started with some pictures with a few words added. The phenomenon has now grown to merchandise like stuffed toys and bookmarks. Now, there's a movie - Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever.

Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever (2014) Poster

Consider what else you can offer BESIDES your book. This will help you with book marketing and beyond.

  • Classes
  • CDs
  • DVDs
  • Workshops
  • Related products (equipment, toys, etc.)

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Ronda Del Boccio is an award-winning and best Click for Member Home Pageselling author of both fiction and nonfiction. She tells transformational tales and helps visionary authors turn their dreams and imaginings into published books. See and order Ronda's books on Amazon.

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Authors: 21 Ways to Improve Your Social Media Marketing Strategy

These 21 tips will help you make a splash in the right way in social media. It’s very important for authors to develop your global presence. #SocialMediaForAuthors #BookMarketing

As an author, you know you need to be in social media. That's NOT a news flash, is it?

You can't just barf out links to buy your book and expect people to fall all over themselves rushing to buy your book. That's obvious, right? Yet, you'd be surprised how often I see link-barfers wondering why their sales are lagging.

Book marketing isn't about being pushy. It's about building relationships and getting people excited about your book.

Here are 21 rules for an effective social media marketing strategy. The golden nugget is to be a person of value and share other people's good stuff too. Here are the rules... Continue reading "Authors: 21 Ways to Improve Your Social Media Marketing Strategy"

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Indie Publishers: Make the Most of Kindle Unlimited Video Tutorial

If you’ve ever shied away from enrolling your books in Kindle Select for fear of people borrowing but not buying, this tutorial video will help you understand how to make the most of this valuable service.

Kindle Unlimited is like Netflix for books. It's Amazon's $10/month unlimited lending library. Some indie publishers complain all their book sales dried up since enrolling their books. Others are doing great.

Kindle Unlimited

Here is a video tutorial showing you how to make the most of it.

Some ideas to Keep Kindle Unlimited from Robbing You of Royalties:

  • Put only the first book in a series into KDP Select.
  • OR enroll a book for 3 months then take it out.
  • OR rotate boks in and out of the program, perhaps once a year.
  • Remember you can exclude a KDP Select title from KU by following the procedure

Need help with your book? I do short trainings on all sorts of author-related issues. Fnd out more at WriteOnPurpose.com/free and get yourself some helpful free tools.

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#1 best selling author, speaker, and Amazon Top Reviewer

About Ronda Del Boccio

Ronda Del Boccio is an award-winning and best Click for Member Home Pageselling author of both fiction and nonfiction. She tells transformational tales and helps visionary authors turn their dreams and imaginings into published books. See and order Ronda's books on Amazon.

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Book Marketing Skills Book Review: Social Media Just for Writers by Frances Caballo

This #BookReview of Social Media Just for Writers will help you decide whether this is a resource that would benefit you. I happen to love it and find it useful.

I encountered author and social media Frances Caballo through her podcast of the same name. It's short, useful, and straight to the point. Based on that, I hadhigh expectations of her book. I'm happy to report that she did not disappoint. I'd recommend listening to it. Here's the link.

Cover of Social Media Just for Writers by Frances Caballo

Review -  Social Media Just for Writers by Frances Caballo

Warning - this book COULD overwhelm you. It's not one of those how-to books  you'll want to read cover to cover. There is a LOT of info. It's like the writer's social media desk reference, teaching the networks, tools and helpful hints and tricks to master them.

With a table of contents several pages long, this will no doubt be clear to you right away. But fear not, because each chapter is broken down into nice "bite-sized" pieces.

The only thing I worry about with this book is that you'll be so inundated with the various tools, planners etc that you throw your hands up in the air and stick your head in the sand.

That said, it's an essential reference. You'll get not merely an overview of the various social networks and the tools to manage them, but  guidance on how to make the most of all of it. Nobody can predict which tools YOU will prefer, but with the listing and descriptions, you can check things out and make your best decisions.

Don't try to be in all networks. Pick one and get used to it, then branch out from there.

 Buy Social Media Just for Writers on Amazon

Frances Caballo's website - SocialMediaJustForWriters.com

Frances Caballo on Twitter - @CaballoFrances

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About Ronda Del Boccio

Ronda Del Boccio is an award-winning and best Click for Member Home Pageselling author of both fiction and nonfiction. She tells transformational tales and helps visionary authors turn their dreams and imaginings into published books. See and order Ronda's books on Amazon.

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Authors: Video Tutorial: How Can Kindle Pre-Orders Help Sell More Books?

This video tutorial shows you how to amp up your #bookmarketing before you even publish with Kindle Direct Publishing by using Kindle Pre-Orders.

If you're an indie author publishing with Kindle, you can use a new feature of Kindle Direct Publishing to help you sell more books...Kindle Pre-Orders.

Cool, right? You can build buzz for your book and make pre-orders available to your ans.

Here's a video tutorial showing you how, and more importantly, WHY, Kindle Pre-Orders can help you sell more books and amp up your book marketing efforts..

You can see more videos like this to help you with writing, storytelling, publishing and book marketing on my YouTube channel. Subscribe NOW.

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Author, Want to Sell more Books? Your Reader Wishes You Knew These Things

Want a crystal ball to show you what your reader wishes you knew about him/her? You’ve found it! Knowing this can help you sell more books #BookMarketing #SellMoreBooks

I found a great infographic that's made for business and nonprofit people, but the same things hold true for what your reader wishes you, the author, knew about tghem.

stay 'tune" after you see the graphic or some more thoughts.

10 Things Your Customers Wish You knew About them

Yyour reader wants you to know most of those things, and -- Continue reading "Author, Want to Sell more Books? Your Reader Wishes You Knew These Things"

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how to Boost Book Sales by 2400 Per Cent

Want to sell more books? Don't expect your facebook posts to do it for you! Follow this very important tip. Get back with me if you need some help. # sell more books #BookMarketingideas #BookMarketingReshared post from +Book Marketing Tools

"Somebody on an e-mail list was 24 times more likely to buy a book, than somebody that was following on Twitter."

This quote from book marketer Tim Grahl was one of many great things from our interview with him: http://buff.ly/1vj3i4g

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Authors: Using Instagram yet?

Instagram for authors- sharing yourself with readers

Instagram is an excellent tool for authors. SO much you can do with it.Life - People want to know YOU, so your slice of life pics will be great.On location -  Show your writing in process, locations for stories and more.

Quotes - Share your tips and wisdom. share quotes from your book.

Have fun! Here are some fabulous tips from +Rebekah Radice  to help you start. Thanks +Peg Fitzpatrick  for bringing this to us!

My Instagram account is http://instagram.com/thestorylady. I invite you to follow me! If you're interesting, I'll follow back. 😀

Follow your BLISS,
Ronda Del Boccio
#InstagramForAuthors   #SocialMediaMarketing

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How to use Instagram to Expand your Business Reach
via +Rebekah Radice

One tip:
Give a Unique Perspective
Instagram is a great place to highlight what makes your business special.

It’s also an excellent way to humanize your company.

Whether you’re taking a picture of your latest creation or sharing an upcoming event, choose eye-catching images.

Stay away from typical shots or standard stock photos. Instead, capture a unique aspect or feature."

Are you on Instagram? You can find me here: https://instagram.com/pegfitzpatrick/

#instagram   #instagramtip  #socialmediatips

How to Use Instagram to Expand Business Reach
Are you using Instagram to connect with potential customers? 6 ways to use Instagram to expand business reach!

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Book Royalty Truths

Excellent podcast episode about book royalties. What can you expect? How much could you earn? Find out #publishing

Book Royalty Truths

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On Author Royalties

Considering whether you should self-publish or go the traditional route? You need to hear Tara Meyer-Robson's story about her trip to Starbucks in this episode of The Author Hangout: http://buff.ly/1LKRDgH

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Social media INTERVENTION Saves Your Sanity!

Authors – frustrated with social media? Join a free web class that shows you a simple method for being “everywhere” in under 10minutes a day. #SocialMediaMarketing #BookMarketingIdeas #BooKMarketing

Frustrated by time-sucking social media? This fast, fun class teaches you a simple system to take back your day.

Revised for 2015, thi 22 min. 23 second web class teaches you:

If people look for you and you're not on social, you're nobody! Being in social media sites is essential to your book marketing success.

* Why authors need to be on social media
* Why to LOVE and use hashtags
* Social media tricks and shortcuts to save loads of time
* the "RIPPLE" that lets you get in and out of each social network in under a minute AND be a social, responsible web citizen.

Join free now http://WriteOnPurpose.com/quickie
#SocialMediaMarketing   #bookmarketing  

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Writer: Finish What You Start

Do you stick it out through the hardest part of writing? Here is some #writingskills help for you.

These tips on finishing your book are good ones. I am definitely taking note of them as I get my books ready to take your publishing journey. #writing #writinglifeReshared post from +Book Marketing Tools

The Hardest Part Of Writing Is… Writing. - Get some tips for finishing your book. http://bookmarketingtools.com/blog/the-hardest-part-of-writing-is-writing/

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Can Slideshare Bring You Customers?

Have you ever considered using Slideshare? Whether you write fiction or nonfiction, you can use it to get readers/customers when you follow Peg Fitzpatrick’s advice.

As an author, you're an expert in certain areas, EVEN if you write fiction. Have you thought of using Slideshare to generate interest in your book? It can be a fabulous tool when you know how to use it.Find out how Slideshare can generate leads in this great article for +Social Media Examiner  by +Peg Fitzpatrick

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4 Ways to Use SlideShare for Lead Generation
Are you using SlideShare presentations to market your business?

Have you considered +SlideShare as a conversion tool?

SlideShare is useful for sharing highly informative presentations with your audience, but it’s also a hot social platform. Many businesses are missing out on the huge potential of SlideShare as a social marketing and lead conversion tool.

My latest guest post for +Social Media Examiner. If you like it, please share with your network as well. Thanks!!

Read it all here: http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/use-slideshare-for-lead-generation/

Pin it for later: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/259590365998002960/

#SlideShare   #leadgeneration  #leadgen #socialmediatips #socialmediamarketing   #ns

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Best Book Marketing Advice Ever

What’s the best ever book marketing advice I can give you? #bookMarketingTips #BookMarketing #BookMarketingHelp

Write the next book! #writing #bpokmarketingtips

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"Our best marketing tool is sitting down and writing the next book."

This quote from CJ Lyons was one of the many bits of gold she shared in this interview: http://TheAuthorHangout.com/009

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Authors: Considering Hosting a Blog Book Tour?

IF you are thinking of hosting a #blogtour #booktour to promote your book, here are some helpful hints.

This video from the Author Hangout series from +Book Marketing Tools  is an excellent primer on doing blog tours for your book launch!
#booklaunch   #booklaunching   #launchparty   #bookmarketing   #bookmarketingtipsReshared post from +Book Marketing Tools

"A success for one indie author, is a success for all of us." - Alana Terry on The Author Hangout... Listen to the rest of the interview about blog tours and more: TheAuthorHangout.com/015

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Images are the new call to action!

What can you do with images to cause people to take an action? Find out in this guest post. #ArtOfSocial

indeed, +Peg Fitzpatrick . Bad news for blind authors! heehee #artofsocialReshared post from +Omi Sido

SEO Tip of the day

"Images are the new call to action (CTA). If people come to your blog and can’t share it easily, they won’t." - +Peg Fitzpatrick

A good tip from +Peg Fitzpatrick (Author • speaker • rockin' a positive attitude • passionate about social media • innovative idea girl • visual marketing maverick • naturally caffeinated • Google+ evangelist • travelista • and so much more.
Co-author of The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users with Guy Kawasaki. ) in this article: http://goo.gl/iUxNTB.

Other tips coming from +Peg Fitzpatrick in the same article (http://pegfitzpatrick.com/quick-tips-for-great-social-media-graphics/):

" Choose the right size

Facebook
Cover photo 851 x 315 pixels
Facebook post 940 x 788 pixels
Facebook ad for a Page 1,200 x 444 pixels
Avatar size upload 180 x 180 pixels, preview 160 x 160 pixels

Google+
Cover photo 2,048 x 1,152
Google + post 800 x 600 pixels
Avatar size 250 x 250 pixels minimum

Instagram
Image 640 x 640 pixels – 1:1 aspect ratio
Profile photo 180 x 180 pixels

Twitter
Header image 1,500 x 500 pixels
Background
Tweet image 1,000 x 500 – 2:1 aspect ratio
Profile photo 400 x 400 pixels

YouTube
Channel art 2,560 x 1,440 pixels
Video thumbnail 1280 x 720 (with minimum width of 640 pixels)
Channel icon  800 x 800 pixels

Pinterest
Pin 735 x 1,100 pixels – ideal size for a long, vertical image
735 x 735 pixels "

Note: Everything included in the quotation marks above is a direct quotation from the +Peg Fitzpatrick' article: Quick Tips for Great Social Media Graphics( http://pegfitzpatrick.com/quick-tips-for-great-social-media-graphics/)

The awesome graphic that you see attached to this post was created following one of the tips in the article (article by +Peg Fitzpatrick) use https://www.canva.com/. And it only took me 5 min 🙂

http://pegfitzpatrick.com/quick-tips-for-great-social-media-graphics

PS None of the quotes above should be associated in anyway with Royal Sofia (www.royalsofia.com)

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Book marketing on a budget

Looking for #BookMarketingTips on a budget? This post will help!

Book marketing on a budget

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6 Tips For Book Marketing With Little To No Budget - Short on cash for marketing? Here are some tips for marketing with little to no budget: http://bookmarketingtools.com/blog/6-tips-for-book-marketing-with-little-to-no-budget/

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Authors: How Can Audio Help You Increase Visibility?

What can audio do for you as an author? Find out in this guest post #bookMarketing #Authorplatform

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How Authors Can Use Audio to Boost Their Visibility - There are many ways that authors can use audio to promote themselves and their books. Read more here: http://bookmarketingtools.com/blog/how-authors-can-use-audio-to-boost-their-visibility/

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Book Marketing Tips: Does Your Book Have a Call to Action?

Does your book invite readers to come back for more? Read this article for #bookmarketingtips #bookmarketing #bookpromotion#writingskills

"The End" is not the end. It is just the beginning. Do you have a next step, a call to action, in your book? Here's some great advice from +Book Marketing Tools  to help.
#bookmarketing   #bookmarketingtips   #writingtips  

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Put Calls To Action In The Back Of Your Books To Sell More Books - Readers reach the end of your book... then what? If you aren't sending them somewhere specific, you may lose the reader for good. Here are some tips on calls to action you can use: http://bookmarketingtools.com/blog/put-calls-to-action-in-the-back-of-your-books/

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Writing a Novel: After the First Draft

You wrote that first draft of your book…now what? #writingskills #editing #revision FInd out in this post.

THis month I #amrevising  my #wip   They All Died Smiling

As I go through the book start to finish, I'm so happy with where it went. No huge blunders. Yay!

Looking for ways to enrich scenes. When I write dialogue-heavy scenes, I often just write the words. Now, the #editing  phase, is when I go back and add gestures or other details.

I also read through for consistency, pacing, and character development.

I found a little pacing error that was easily enough fixed. I didn't want Kassidy catching on to something right away, but her intuition had to start nagging at her a bit.

So that's my update for They all Died Smiling!

Follow your BLISS,
Ronda Del Boccio
Best Selling Author and Speaker
  #paranormalromance   #paranormalsuspense  

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Social Media Marketing for Authors: What Size Should My Image Be?

What size should your social media images be? It need no longer be frustrating once you see this article via Peg Fitzpatrick #ArtOfSocial

Images make a post POP - assuming they look right! Images can help you with #bookmarketing  , connecting with your reader, and showing off your beautiful (hopefully) book cover. But it can be frustrating...Have you ever posted an image in social media only to see it come out much differently than you expected?

Have you ever wondered what's the best size image that works well in Pinterest?

Have you ever gone into a network to add a photo, only to find that the cover image guidelines have changed?

+Peg Fitzpatrick  knows her stuff, and here she shares the guide to teach you all you need to know about images in social media. Thanks so much!

Take Peg's advice, and be sure to grab her book co-authored with +Guy Kawasaki , http://smile.amazon.com/Art-Social-Media-Power-Users-ebook/dp/B00O4RHN8M/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1422289317&sr=1-1&keywords=art+of+social+media&pebp=1422289321532&peasin=B00O4RHN8M

Follow your BLISS,
Ronda Del Boccio
#1 best selling author, speaker & Top Reviewer

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Attention bloggers! The Essential Cheat Sheet for Social Media Image Sizes via +Rebekah Radice

"Just when you feel comfortable with the most recent updates, along comes a whole new round.

One area that continues to evolve is social media images. From cover photos to the exact right photo dimensions for posts, keeping up can feel impossible.

To help you make the most of your online presence, Rebekah put together an essential list of social media image sizes for the top eight social networks.

You’ll also find best practices and examples that show you how to leverage graphics to build awareness, interest and engagement."

Read it all here: http://rebekahradice.com/social-media-image-sizes/

Pin it for later: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/232779874465750131/

#socialmedia   #visualmarketing   #DIYdesign   #visualmedia   #artofsocial

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Book Marketing tips: Authors: Why Use Hashtags?

some #authors I know were wondering what are hashtags and why bother with them. Here’s why & a hashtags for authors #tutorial #bookmarketingtips #bookmarketing

I've noticed a lot of confusion among my author friends about hashtags. What are they really? Should I bother with them? Are they important? So here's the 411 on hashtags for authors.

What are hashtags?

They're an organizational tool.  Put the hashtag into any social network and you're instantly taken to a list of posts using that hashtag. They are clickable links. Search #cookierecipes #HistNovel  or #BookMarketingTips, or something relevant to your writing..

Hashtags For Authors

Are Hashtags only for Twitter?

No. Go into Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Tumblr, Google+...any of them...and see what happens when you use one.

Why Hashtags for Authors?

They make it easy for you to target your material and also to connect with other readers. Posting

  • If you write young adult novels, #YaLit is a good tag for you.
  • If you write paranormal romance, use #paranormalromance when you post.

Connecting with Readers by Genre & Interest

  • Put the hashtag into search that represents your genre, such as #MGLit for middle grade literature.
  • Put a term relating to the topic or interest of your book, such as #Scotland, #Baking, etc..

Here's an example. Sorchia DuBois wrote Just Like Gravity, an awesome #ParanormalRomance about #reincarnation taking place in Scotland featuring #LaPhroaig Whiskey. She can use those hashtags to connect with readers by both genre and interest.

Video Tutorial about Hashtags for Authors

Watch the video.

Genre Hashtags

  • #Biopic
  • #Book
  • #Comedy
  • #Cookbooks
  • #Cooking
  • #Crime
  • #DarkFantasy
  • #Dystopian
  • #Erotica
  • #KidLitChat
  • #FanFic
  • #Fiction
  • #FlashFic
  • #Food
  • #Historical
  • #History
  • #HistFic
  • #HistNovel
  • #Horror
  • #KidLit
  • #Literature
  • #LitFic
  • #MGLit (Middle Grade Lit)
  • #MemoirChat
  • #Mystery
  • #NonFiction
  • #Novel
  • #Paperbacks
  • #Paranormal
  • #Recipes
  • #RomanceWriter
  • #Romance
  • #Romantic
  • #RomanticSuspense
  • #RWA (Romance Writers of America)
  • #SCBWI (Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators)
  • #Science #Fiction
  • #ScienceFiction
  • #SciFi
  • #SciFiChat
  • #Short
  • #ShortStories
  • #Short #Stories
  • #ShortReads
  • #ShortStory
  • #SteamPunk
  • #Suspense
  • #TrueStories
  • #UrbanFantasy
  • #WomensFiction
  • #YA

Here's a huge list for hashtags for authors. I hope the tutorial helps demystify hashtags. More, I hope you'll use them to connect with readers and influencers.

More Social Media help for Authors

The multimedia self-study course called Effortless Social Media for Authors helps you quickly master social media. You'll learn: A simple way to hit all your networks in 10 minutes a day. Insights into how each networks so you connect without getting in trouble Quick and easy tutorials like this one. Videos, audios and text to support your preferred learning style. Right now, Effortless Social Media for Authors is only $7. Go to WriteOnPurpose.com/social  and get started right away. Follow your BLISS, Ronda Del Boccio #1 best selling author and speaker

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Writing a book with Evernote

Have you considered writing a book with Evernote? This post will give you some ideas to try #WritingAdvice #WriteABook #WritingSkills

Writing a book with Evernote

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Would you consider using Evernote to write your book? Here's one author that shares how he did it...http://www.businessinsider.com/how-i-wrote-a-90000-word-book-using-evernote-from-start-to-finish-2014-9?op=1

How I Wrote A 90,000 Word Book Using Evernote From Start To Finish
I just wrote a 93,000 word book. It's called...

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Social Media Lingo: Abbreviations & Alphabet Soup of Social Media Marketing

Confused by all the social media lingo? Need some broth for that alphabet soup? This post clears the cobwebs #SocialMediaMarketing #SocialMeida

There are so many acronyms! It's like onscreen alphabet soup. Here's the decoder ring. Thanks +Peg Fitzpatrick 

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An EPIC list of Social Media Acronyms & Abbreviations from +Kevan Lee and +Buffer 

The Ultimate List of Social Media Acronyms and Abbreviations
A complete glossary of social media acronyms and abbreviations - along with definitions - for social media updates and marketing.

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What You Need on Your Author Website

What does an author need on your author website? Find out in this guest post.

What You Need on Your Author Website

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5 Things You Need On Your Author Website - Cool, you made an author website, but are you missing some key elements? Read this blog post to make sure your website is up to par: http://bookmarketingtools.com/blog/5-things-you-need-on-your-author-website/

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