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Indie Authors And The Future Of Twitter

As you may know, Twitter is about to go public, and this brings up some interesting things for indie authors who use Twitter as a marketing tool.  Now, I don’t believe Twitter is going away anytime soon, but as I’ve … Continue reading

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5 Things I Hate About Twitter (And Tips For Indie Authors)

I know that it’s the in thing for indie authors to use Twitter for marketing and making connections.  That’s all fine, but there are some things that drive me crazy about Twitter, and they’re things that may ultimately contribute to … Continue reading

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Indie Authors – Do You Have, Or Need, Klout?

So, how many of you indie authors have heard of Klout?  Are you scratching your head, saying what, another social media platform I need to use?  Maybe…maybe not.  Let’s dive in and examine Klout and how important it is for … Continue reading

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The Top 5 Posts Of 2012 On To Become A Writer

It’s been a great year on To Become A Writer.  I’ve written a lot of posts, grown the blog, and had some wonderful comments from you folks out in cyberspace.  I am grateful to all of you who visit the … Continue reading

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Indie Authors – More Triberr Tips

As we all know, it’s critical for indie authors to blog effectively, but it can be difficult to find an audience and grow your blog.  Many indie authors use Triberr in order to do this.  I know that Triberr is … Continue reading

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Twitter For Authors – Retweet Do’s And Don’ts

I’ve done a number of Twitter For Authors posts, and there’s apparently something I haven’t covered, or at least not in enough detail, and that’s the retweet.  When I first started using Twitter, I had no idea what kinds of … Continue reading

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Facebook For Authors – Why You Need A Fan Page

There’s a lot of argument among indie authors as to whether they should use Facebook or not, so I’m writing a series about Facebook.  Let me say this first: I’m not a fan of Facebook – I get weary of … Continue reading

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Twitter For Authors – Cleaning House

In my Twitter For Authors series, I’ve covered your twitter profile, tweets, tips and more (check out Promoting Your Books for links to the posts).  So now you’re on Twitter, what do you do with all those followers?  And what … Continue reading

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Twitter For Authors – To Tweet Or Not To Tweet

Twitter For Authors – To Tweet or Not To Tweet.  As Shakespeare said, that is the question.  Once you’ve got your killer profile set up (read Twitter For Authors – Your Profile – Do This, Don’t Do That! for more … Continue reading

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Twitter For Authors – Your Profile – Don’t Do That, Do This!

Twitter For Authors – my new series.  I spend a lot of time learning about effective marketing along with marketing tips and tricks, and I’m quite frankly astounded at what I see people doing, or not doing, on Twitter, that … Continue reading

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