All About Google+ For Writers | Savvy Book Writers

More than 625,000 People join Google+ EVERY DAY, according to Digital Buzz and Huffington Post statistics.  Before I even joined Twitter, GooglePlus (Google+)

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The Write Transition: Pingbacks and Twitter Mentions, Are You Up to Snuff?

Great Information at http://carrierubin.com/2016/01/04/pingbacks-and-twitter-mentions-are-you-up-to-snuff/ Featured by Chris The Story Reading Ape at http://thestoryreadingapeblog.com/2016/01/05/pingbacks-and-twitter-mentions-are-you-up-to-snuff/

Michael’s Origins: Stumble Me This -Stumble Me That

This is a great tutorial! I never knew how to get the picture there for Stumble Upon! Thank you!

Michael Rios

Last night I ran across a Blog that had a StumbleUpon button on their Blog so that people could share their work if that wanted to do so.

I was like how is that possible, WordPress got rid of that. So research I did. Then I ran across Debby Gies’s Google Plus Page where she shared an article about “The Power of StumbleUpon” which I read, then I was like SOB! So there I am at my desk just shaking my head.

So, if you would like to put a StumbleUpon button on your Blog, then follow these simple steps.

Sharing

Go to your Dashboard,

Then settings

Then click on Sharing.

Click on services

Locate

Add a new Service

When you click on “Add a new service”

A new popup window will open

Enter info

Service Name: Enter Stumble Me (if feeling like a smart butt)

Sharing URL: Copy the below URL…

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111 Publishing » Book Marketing on a Shoestring

Book Marketing on a Shoestring Doris-Maria Heilmann 111Publishing Savvy Book Writers

111 Publishing » Book Marketing on a Shoestring.

Book Marketing on a Shoestring (e-book)
How Authors Can Promote their Books Without Spending a lot of Money.
No Money? No Problem!  Success as an author, especially when creating your platform in social media and establishing your brand, using the tools described here, is almost free. It’s all about where to find readers, book bloggers and reviewers and how to connect with them.  A book marketing checklist in the last chapter will provide you with a useful timeline.
You Never Get a Second Chance for a Good First Impression!  The goal of this book is to show you the professional, yet inexpensive way of publishing a book and how to build your readership, no matter if you self publish or sell your manuscript to a traditional publisher.
Available at Amazon for only $ 2.99

 

What to Post on Social Media

Excellent information from Doris-Maria Heilmann at savvybookwriters.wordpress.com

Savvy Writers & e-Books online

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People are on the Internet for one of two reasons: Either to solve a problem, or be entertained.   Are you struggling to create daily numerous engaging “posts” on your Social Media sites?  Then you are not the only one on the search of great content. We all want to stand out from our “competition”.  On the other hand, creating content for Social Media should not end up in stress. In a former post I explained that blogs do not necessarily need to consist of written content, but also may be among others, videos, images, curated content, re-posts etc.  The same is true for Social Media content.  How can you achieve this is explained in nine suggestions at   http://www.savvybookwriters.com/blog
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Our WordPress blog http://savvybookwriters.wordpress.com/ has moved to our web domain at:

http://www.savvybookwriters.com/blog.

As we cannot transfer thousands of subscribers we will re-blog for a while.  If you want to get these valuable tips…

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