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Welcome to February’s Links Roundup! This month, we’ve compiled a list of links you’re sure to love: bolster your social media content; add new gear to your blogging tool kit; and find a book marketing plan that works for you. Whether you create your own author website or we create one for you, we want to give you the best possible tools to build an effective online author platform and get your writing out there for the world to read.

7 Tips For Writing Triumphant Social Media Posts via Writers Write– Generate content that will intrigue readers and make your posts more shareable with these seven tips from blogger Julie Petersen.

5 Top Internet Marketing Strategies for Authors via e-Books India– Larisa Elena Muntean has some advice about how to ensure the success of your self-published book while keeping your reputation as an author intact.

11+ Awesome Free Tools To Grow Your Blog 3x Faster via Blogging Wizard– In this extensive list of blog-aiding analytic tools, Adam Connell shows you how to improve your blog’s impact. From a headline rating system to a platform that allows you to network with other bloggers in your niche, you’re sure to find something you can use to boost your blog’s impact.

What Are the Ingredients of a Successful Marketing Plan? via Digital Book World– Sabrina Ricci offers a list of six must-have “ingredients” to create a strategic, in-depth marketing plan for your book.

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