How to Use Google+ as an Author Part 1
By C.S. Wright
Google+ is another option of promotion for authors looking to reach their audience. This post is about laying the foundation.
So you write books. You’ve signed up on Google+. You might have even added a few people to your circles. Now what?
Create a Page for Your Book
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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
- How to Use Google+ as an Author Part I by C.S. Wright http://ow.ly/jHM0L
- 7 tools to make or break your Twitter experience http://ow.ly/jI4bf via @teamMegaphone
- Worry About the Writing, Not About Being a Writer http://ow.ly/jIcTi via @JaneFriedman
- Why Twitter’s Vine Is The Next Big Thing For Brands [INFOGRAPHIC] http://ow.ly/jIFAF
- Give Customers What They Want? http://ow.ly/jIFJp via @RachelleGardner
- Ask the Editor: Can I become a better writer? http://ow.ly/jIKck
- Binge reading and publishing: http://t.co/raCnbVg8oH @KristineRusch RT @elizabethscraig
- 8 Ways to Edit Suspense & Pace into Your Finished Manuscript: http://t.co/SYvwzE0SPU @JordanDane RT @elizabethscraig
- Developing Scenes--revisiting the plot arc: http://t.co/VGfvik2IE8 @DeeWhiteauthor RT @elizabethscraig
- Notes from Tabor Lane: 18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts http://ow.ly/jJxmg
- A Writer’s Guide to Types of Publishing Companies http://ow.ly/jJEUv via @melissadonovan
- Nostalgic Romance as a Subgenre? http://ow.ly/jJF0O by Debbie Wessel; via Digital Book Today
- It’s Taxing by Donald Maass via WriterUnboxed http://ow.ly/jJFhZ
- 19 Things Successful People Do on Social Media - via Forbes http://t.co/rl6WDWFjmu via @janmoran
- Book Promotion Strategies That Actually Worked http://ow.ly/jJFYT via @GalleyCat
- Study: Checking Your Social Media Pages Is as Addictive as Sex and Nicotine http://ow.ly/jJKzx
- How to Use Instagram to Promote Your Business http://ow.ly/jJL7d
- How Not to use Your Facebook Page http://ow.ly/jJLlu via @OurSocialPeople
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Happy writing & running, Kathy
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