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8 Book Promotion Tweets, Posts, and Pins

Here are a 8 tweets, Facebook posts, and blog posts that should help you market your books more effectively:

Are you a frustrated writer? Do you dread your book gathering dust in a warehouse? Or in the forgotten abyss of Amazon? Well, all authors have been there. Yet, many managed to have loads of people read their wonderful words! Here are a few tips for you.

Want to collaborate with bestselling author Clive Barker on a new book? Then check this out: announced today that they’ve added a new feature to their website that should help book readers to find the top-selling book authors on for any genre or topic. The top 100 authors overall and the top 100 in selected genres will be displayed on -

Where Do I Find Time to Promote My Novel? John's Answer:

Infographic: Blogging, Traffic, and Leads -

The Writer: Someone who spends a lifetime in solitude for the sake of communication. - Jason Love cartoon - Does this define you? Or, are you a different kind of writer? -

Why You Need to Use Both Social Media and Email Marketing -

Infographic: Facebook Hits 1 Billion Members and 140 billion friend connections -

I hope these connections help you market your book more effectively.

John Kremer

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Comment by alana woods on February 5, 2013 at 12:09am

Promoting your book through Facebook is the sure-fire formula for success. If you have a community under the name of your book, your book has quite a following.Before planning for book promotion, think which audience is the best target for your book.


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