Literary Liaisons

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Marketing Tips for Authors.

What social media opportunities are best for YOU?

It’s different for everyone depending on where you enjoy spending your time, like Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, etc. Whatever works for you is the best choice. If you don’t like it you are unlikely to spend much time tweeting, Facebooking, Pinning, etc., but if you enjoy it, you’ll be far more likely to be social media active and successful.

Author and Writing Coach, Bill Johnson

Author and Writing Coach,       Bill Johnson 

Bill Johnson from Willamette Writers interviewed me last year about my marketing activities – the advice still holds true. Get ready to take notes.

Click here for the interview on You Tube

Follow me on twitter at @MindyHalleck and follow Bill Johnson at @bjscript and you can find Bill’s informative essays on writing at www.storyispromise.com

 

 

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