Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, September 2014, Part 2

For September, we’re bringing you a bonus Links Roundup! Here are more social media techniques and blogging tips to help you market your writing online. Whether you create your own author website or we create one for you, we want to give you the best tools possible to build an effective online author platform and get your writing out there for the world to read.

Busted: 5 Social Media Myths That Have Hung Around Far Too Long via Social360 — Still think social media is just a fad? Think your audience isn’t interested in talking to you on Twitter or Facebook? Think again! Chad Egeland debunks the myths that persist about social media.

2 Must-Dos to Make Your Book Marketing Infinitely Easier via Your Writer Platform — If you’re preparing to market your book, then you should read Kimberley Grabas’s tips on how to build the ultimate author platform to support your promotional efforts.

5 Killer Tactics to Increase Your Blog Traffic via verve search — You’re putting time and energy into creating an awesome blog—now make sure people are reading it! Matt Lindley shares tactics for increasing traffic to your blog.

30+ Ultimate Headline Formulas for Tweets, Posts, Articles, and Emails via buffersocial — How do you get people to care about the articles, social media posts, or email blasts you’re writing? The same way newspaper writers do: Attention-grabbing headlines! Kevan Lee helps you create effective headlines.

4 Ways Authors Can Reach Readers on Pinterest via Jody Hedlund — Pinterest is a fun way to interact with your readers and promote your book without using a blatant sales pitch. Author Jody Hedlund explains how authors can use Pinterest to connect with their target audiences.

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