1. Get a Twitter account and find some followers. You do this by following others in a similar field and hoping they follow you back
2. Get a web site about your book
3. Mention it on your Facebook and other social networking accounts.
4. Add your Twitter and facebook URLs to your website
5. Write a Hub about it or ask someone else to review it for you.
6. Ditto other article writing sites.
7. Write an extract from it and publish it as an article, with a link to where the book can be bought online.
8. Comment on other people's blogs that are relevant to writing or to the topic of your book. You can often get a link back to a web site of your choice (YOUR BOOK at #2 above).
9. Try and get on a local radio program commenting on something.
10. Put up posters in your local area, deliver flyers
by Rumana 4 years ago
What all websites do you use for marketing your hub ?After I publish my article, I post it on Facebook, Twitter and Pinter-est. What all website do you prefer for marketing your hub?
by jfay2011 6 years ago
I am starting to learn how to social bookmark. I've been doing it on twitter, facebook, igoogle, digg, delicious, diigo, my blogs, pingomatic and a few other places. I have only been doing it on some of these sites for the last four or five days. It probably takes a while to see...
by Ken R. Abell 7 years ago
What are some techniques or strategies you've used to market your writing?
by kkinfy 7 years ago
Avoid self promotion in these forums!
by blairstover 7 years ago
What do you think is better for business online marketing: Twitter or Facebook?I would love your feedback as I'm currently using both! Thanks,Blair Stover
by Kate Daily 6 months ago
Hi guys, I'm hoping for some advice. Basically here's my issue: I enjoy writing informative articles that I believe will be useful to people. However, I can't stand promoting my hubs.The thought of spending my time scouring the Web looking for places to post it, opening tons of social media...
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