ID-10053781Where Writers Win isn’t the only source for great writer advice on the World Wide Web. So, following a hectic holiday we actually had the rare chance to catch up with several recent articles we’re loving about author social media from other great websites.

Below are links to four of our favorites, obviously each keying in on why author social media marketing is crucial these days, with tips on how to get there, even taking a lesson from the early Romans…

Have a favorite recent article of your own? Share the link with us in the comments below!

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Share it like Cicero: How Roman authors used social networking. Romans One of the stories I tell in “Writing on the Wall” is about the way the Roman book-trade worked. There were no printing presses, so copying of books, 

Social Media and Link Building | Social Media Today

Create Engaging Content This is key element of your social media and SEO. Remember to write for humans, not robots. Create content on your blog that’s useful and engages with your audience. Think to yourself: once you 

Curious About Social Media Marketing? Check Out These Tips

Social media marketing plans share some basic characteristics with any marketing plan, including the need for a product to sell, a chosen audience for them, and a medium to market in. Once you have figured these things out, 

Social Media for Authors | BlogHer

I was a writer before I was a blogger. I started my personal blog, Surrender, Dorothy, in 2004 when I was out on maternity leave with my daughter. I’d received my MA in English from the University of Missouri – Kansas City’s 

2 thoughts on “Author Social Media: What the Experts Say

  • July 15, 2013 at 9:31 am

    What I find annoying is SN used for: “I have a stomach ache” or “I had …. for breakfast” or things of that nature that are not appealing to the reader, at least to me.

    • July 15, 2013 at 11:00 am

      True, and those are folks you probably won’t be friending/following either (unless those are your readers, in which case, embrace your tribe!). I find it’s easiest to divvy up followers into groups so you can interact with them as needed; i.e. LinkedIn Groups (no one ever talks about breakfast there), Facebook communities (and folks liking your page won’t be talking about breakfast). Twitter has the worst breakfast rap, but there you can make lists, too. Fact is, I haven’t seen much breakfast on SM since perhaps a pic of eggs benedict on Pinterest 🙂 Probably learned to filter most of it so I don’t even see it anymore…

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