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/
These are the instructions from ACX about creating a custom Tweet…check it out!
With hundreds of millions of users, Twitter should be part of any audiobook marketing plan. So today, we’ve got a quick and easy way for you to drive more social shares of your ACX productions. You’ll be creating a custom hyperlink that automatically generates a pre-populated tweet when clicked, which you can place wherever you interact with your fans online. This empowers an army of listeners to help you spread the word. Don’t worry, it’s easy—you can do it in just four steps:
1. Begin with this starter link: “http://twitter.com/home/?status=”
2. After the equal sign, add the message you’d like your fans to tweet. Make sure to substitute spaces between words with a plus sign ( + ), as spaces are not permitted in hyperlinks.
3. The message can contain all kinds of helpful things besides plain text. You could include a link to a
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Check out the post for a great infographic!
. . Not even 7 weeks until Christmas and Hanukkah… Holiday Gift Campaigns, Book Sales Campaigns, or the launch of a new book: I have seen it too many times,
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Great information from MMJaye!
Those of you who interact with me often know that I’ve been revising Fate Accompli, my one published book, after attending online writing courses. During this time, I haven’t been promoting the book at all. After shedding 8,000 words, I re-uploaded the spicy version manuscript and started tweeting about it effectively, but that’s material for a subsequent post.
After promoting for a single day on Twitter, I saw a 14 and then a 438 KENP hit on my KDP Reports’ blue graph.
Naturally, I was thrilled, but when I got a big fat zero the next couple of days, you can guess the questions running in my mind:
- what percentage of my book does 438 represent?
- can I find how many KENP pages Amazon has my book down for?
- did 10 people borrow the book and read 43 pages each, hated it and dropped it, or
- did one…
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