Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Writing & Marketing Tweets from December 17, 2012

If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. Notes From Tabor Lane: Writing & Marketing Tweets from December 16 http://ow.ly/g9xrk
  2. How to Tell if the First Draft of Your Novel Just Isn’t Worth Salvaging http://ow.ly/g912l
  3. The New World of Publishing: Goals and Dreams by Dean Wesley Smith http://ow.ly/g91cA
  4. Manuscript Critiques—A Help or a Hindrance? by Joel Friedlander http://ow.ly/g91pw
  5. How Twitter Hashtags Help Authors Find Readers http://t.co/kQPVgFRd @JFbookman @ghodgkins @elizabethscraig
  6. What Happens After the Facebook Like? 20 Tips To Engage Your Audience After the Like http://t.co/KsrLR7wv via @evelyn_puerto
  7. Celebrate Your Marketing? http://ow.ly/g91MB via @problogger
  8. Social Media Overload: How Do Authors Reach READERS? Advice from Bestselling Romance Author Roni Loren http://ow.ly/g91Xf
  9. Pinning For Scared Folks Over 40 http://ow.ly/g922L
  10. Book Marketing: Develop A Book Marketing Plan http://ow.ly/g9wWy “Marketing begins the first time you tell someone you are a writer.”
  11. 3 Quick Ways to Get Crazy Activity on Pinterest http://ow.ly/gafZI I added a Pinterest widget on my website & it shows the latest pins.
  12. Opening Lines of Bestsellers: Which would you buy? http://ow.ly/gainY
  13. Facts are More Important Than Being First http://ow.ly/gajm8 via DailyWritingTips
  14. Should You Re-Query An Agent http://ow.ly/gaNkv @RachelleGardner
  15. Animated Book Covers http://ow.ly/gaNR1 This is really cool!
  16. Nielsen Creates New Metric Based Entirely On Tweet Data http://ow.ly/gaOec
  17. Twitter Makes Good On Promise, Begins Rollout Of Downloadable Tweets Archive http://ow.ly/gaOoX
  18. iTunes Top Ten Books of the Year Also Dominated by Erotic Romance http://ow.ly/gb3bE
I’m always looking for great content to share. If you have a writing and/or marketing blog, or have a favorite that you visit often, please leave a link in the comment section. Thanks for stopping by.

Happy writing & running, Kathy

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