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43 thoughts on “5 Social Media Tips for Book Authors”

  • This was great! Although I have to admit that I laughed when at "just because you say you're an expert doesn't make it so", LMAO you don't know a lot of Americans do you?  

  • This was interesting, and it raises a few more questions. Once I have them solid I'll get back to you with aaaall these questions!

  • TheKeeKeeHouse says:

    Dammit…it takes her FOREVER…to get to a point!! This should be a 2 min video and its damn near 8 min of my life down the drain.

  • A book on a life of an Air Hostess – Flying Colors by Chetan Singh —https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMZFU_ffFks&t=20s

  • Excellent information…mine will start slow since it's a memoir…and I'm keeping the title mysterious…to protect my reputation, there's is good to go. LOL Am heading to Author Central on Amazon now, to follow your sage advice. 🙂
    Alex Delon

  • Book Launchers says:

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  • I need to help,I published book since 48 hour and when search for the book in the site Amazon by keywords do not appear, can you tell me what is the problem.

  • I love your quirkiness. You must be fun to hang out with. I subscribed to your channel and I'm almost done with my book. Your tips are insightful. Thank you.

  • Seeing as you’re giving advice on social media, you have a very small following yourself… So I don’t think you’re in a position to give advice on the matter.

  • funny twins plus one says:

    Yes you're right. It's hard work to build a social media following. And you can tell the fake/bot followers, as they clearly wouldn't have any interest in your subject matter. Oh what luck it would be if something happened to make you go viral…! Ho-hum… Incidentally, with your background, I kept expecting to see an Imperial Star Destroyer cruise by.. Sorry about the Star Wars reference. 😉

  • Poetry of Atlanta says:

    I want to start a publishing company so I'm starting the process of getting a business license. I have a book ready that I wrote should I publish it now or wait till I have my own publishing company?

  • William Ribardo says:

    What should you do and who is your audience or where are you going to find these people!
    Create involvment and curiosity. Showcase your works quality and avoid fake followers.

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    Who is your audience?</h1><h2> <p>Depending on where you are going to find them focus no more than two social media pages and manage this.
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