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Promotion/Networking: Twitter for Writers

Continuing the series on social media for writers, today I’ll share what I’ve learned about Twitter, the micro-blogging tool. If you are not familiar with Twitter, go to this article on Wikipedia now. Instead of having friends as on Facebook, Twitter users have followers. I’ve used Twitter for several months now, following people mainly in […]

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Promotion/Networking: Social Media

Most aspiring authors know they need to build their network of writers, editors, and publishers. They know that they need to understand the publishing industry so that they can be positioned to sell their book or articles. In my previous post on networking, I discussed what networking is and how word of mouth marketing builds […]

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Promotion: Next, a Web Site

A writer seeking to get work published must have an online presence—a Web site, a blog, or both. Many writers try to get by with a blog provided by one of the free sources, but I think it’s better to have a brochure-style Web site with an associated blog or a Web site that includes […]

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Promotion: First, a Tagline

Who are you? A writer, you say? A writer who does editing on the side? Do you write fiction or nonfiction? Before you can begin to promote your freelance writing, your editing, or your books, you must have a short answer to the above questions. When someone lands on your Web site or receives your […]

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