Sunday, November 17, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

Oops! I got my days wrong. This countdown deal is 
Monday, November 18! 

By: Twitter Research By Dan Zarrella of Hubspot [Charts]

What marketer doesn’t want to increase their number of retweets to expand their reach on Twitter?

The reality is that it’s incredibly easy to achieve this objective with minor changes to your Twitter content – based on recent research by Dan Zarrella of Hubspot.

2 Characters that boost retweets

With an over 1.2 million tweet dataset, Zarrella found 2 characters, that when present in tweets are correlated with those tweets being more likely to be retweeted.

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. How to Get Your Twitter Mojo - Heidi Cohen
  2. National Enquirer’s 10 Content Marketing Lessons - Heidi Cohen
  3. Two Kinds of Homage
  4. Before you spend money on publishing services, read this | Nail Your Novel
  5. Marketing Your Book Is a Marathon: How to Catch Your Second Wind | Nonfiction Authors Association
  6. 40 Book Promoting Sites – Part 4
  7. The Writing Desk: Building your author platform #10 Free Book Promotion Sites
  8. Branding your blog is difficult, or is it? : @ProBlogger
  9. 7 Tumblr Add-Ons to Improve Your Experience
  10. How Much Can Indie Authors Realistically Make?
  11. 4 Ways Childhood Reading Shapes Your Writing
  12. Self-Publishing a Book: Should You Design It Yourself? - BLOG - Stories To Tell Books
  13. 16 Ridiculously Easy Ways To Increase Retweets - Heidi Cohen
  14. Kindle Countdown: What's the Deal? » Book Promotion . com
  15. As Naysayers Cleave To Old Ideas, Indie Authors Keep Moving Forward
  16. Smashwords eDelivery Out of Beta, No Longer Supports the Kindle - The Digital Reader
  17. Scotland the Bravehearted – historical accuracy in fiction | The Passive Voice |
  18. How to Create Strong Female Characters - Marcy Kennedy
  19. Just 11% of Americans Tweet Every Month
  20. The Writer's Place: A peek inside the mind of Stephen King via Secret Windows—An "Essential"
  21. How To Find Your Novel’s Target Audience -- Indie Author Guidebook, Part 4
  22. 6 Proven Tips for Getting into the “Write” Mood | The Renegade Writer 

Happy writing & running, Kathy

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