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In this episode you'll hear
- a Julie Falatko (World of Julie) review: Same Same But Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw
- a Take5 Marketing tip from Dianne de Las Casas: Twitter content
- how you can get four chapters of my ebook, How to Promote Your Children's Book
- a reminder about the monthly tweetchat: first Wednesday of the month 9-10pm ET #kidlitbiz
- Little Brown Editor Alvina Ling’s Ode to Twitter
- How to Participate in Twitter chats Greg Pincus’ “Who Can See My Tweets?
- Tweet Chat Schedules
- 4over4.com and Willywalt.com
- Tom Bissell Explains How a Great Film Editor Can Help Writers
- me answer the following questions, among others:
Which is more important for promoting a new book and author: A blog or a website?
How do I create a Facebook Fan Page?
What are the most effective (and cost effective) ways of targeting my book to the right audience and getting it noticed?
How do I use my Facebook Author Page to link to my individual Facebook Book Pages (and vice versa)?
I have not even started a Facebook acct for myself due to all kinds of fears of liability (I am a teacher).
I do not know why anyone uses twitter…who cares if I had toast for breakfast? How do all these tools help me as a writer
How do I create a Facebook Fan Page? (Here is are the step-by-steps):
- Go to Facebook.com
- Enter the info (name, email, etc).
- Use letters, cases, and numbers for your password for best security. For example: ILOVeSCbWi2012
- Click create a page.
- Click “Artist, Band or Public Figure”
- Choose your category
- If you don’t have a Facebook account, fill in the info, confirm when you get the email.
- When you confirm, pick a bio photo and be consistent with your other social media.Play around, add other images and watch this video!