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Using Twitter to promote your book AND Tweetgetter to expand your followers! has been a FREE resource for you to publish press releases and articles about your book. If you have not taken advantage of's free marketing services, visit and start today.

I am also in the middle of completing my first book, WEALTH VIRTUES, which explores the use of Benjamin Franklin's Thirteen Virtues to accomplish your financial goals. To begin promotion of my book, I am using Ning (, Facebook, and Twitter (

I recommend Twitter as a great way to microblog other Twitterers with links back to your own book blog or website.


I just found this site that shows you a way of getting 1000's of new followers on Twitter, I just started using it myself and its starting to work already.

Visit to fing out how!

Here's to more free book marketing!

James Ward
Author of to be released book, WEALTH VIRTUES

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Comment by BiblioScribe on February 23, 2009 at 2:35pm

Spam is the abuse of electronic messaging systems to indiscriminately send unsolicited bulk messages.

If I send to people on a known list that I communicate with and have agreed to correspond with. it is not SPAM. Email SPAM is where someone of a nefarious nature gets a hold of a large email list to send items that are more or less useless to the average person.

I sent emails to some people that have talked about Twitter and want to use it for marketing - in this case subjects related to books they are writing. In this case Tweetergetter can be a useful viral marketing tool that allows you to reach a broader range of people - say future buyers of your book and who are interested in the subject of your tweets. In 24 hours my follower list doubled, and the people who follow me on twitter are interested in my musings on finances and the economy - subjects of my upcoming book.

I still encourage people to check it out as it appears to work, and NOT be any form of email SPAM according to the tradidional definition.

Thanks for the blog response John. It is very much appreciated.

Jim Ward
Book Marketing Network Page
Comment by John Kremer on February 23, 2009 at 3:25am
TweeterGetter is spam and not recognized as a good thing by any influential tweeple.

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