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Welcome to April’s Links Roundup! This month, we’ve found great articles about: making the most of your book sales with social media platforms; writing better headlines for your web pages and articles; ensuring your e-book format stays consistent; and some social media experiments that can help improve your social media reach. 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.

The Author’s Three-Step Test for Sellability via Digital Book World – If you market your writing on social media, make sure you’re using the best platform to convert sales. Chris Syme reviews the pros and cons of each platform.

5 Blissful Lessons These Nightmare Headlines Can Teach You via Copyblogger – Do you find yourself second-guessing your headlines? Demian Farnworth explains how to create headlines that will attract—rather than repel—your readers.

Some Tips to Make Your Ebook Look Great via Digital Book World – With a plethora of different e-book formats available, you want to be certain your e-book appears properly on multiple interfaces. A few basics from Kevin Callahan will set you on the right track.

7 Powerful Social Media Experiments That Grew Our Traffic by 241% in 8 Months via Buffersocial – Has your social media traffic stagnated? Try these tips from Scott Tousley to reengage your audience.

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  1. Brad

    That Buffersocial one is really interesting. Good find!

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