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Welcome to May’s Links Roundup! Check out Facebook’s latest free marketing tools; go beyond social media to boost book sales; and chew over some food for thought on the future of e-book indices. 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.

3 Facebook Marketing Tools Publishers and Authors Must Use via Digital Book World – Use the social media marketing leader, Facebook, to promote your books! According to Fauzia Burke, some of the new and revamped features offer great opportunities to expand your readership and boost your book sales!

How Authors Can Market Themselves and Their Books without Using Social Media via E-Books India – Georgina Roy has some advice: Create buzz and attract attention when marketing your book! Check out these four marketing options that go beyond social media and increase your odds of selling your work.

5 Ways to Connect With Your Readers via Book Marketing Tools – Many readers are out there eager to know more about you and your writing. Learn how to connect with and engage new fans with this article by Nanette Littlestone.

Here’s How Indexing Could Evolve with Ebooks via Digital Book World – If you’ve ever been discouraged with your nonfiction e-book index, you’re not alone—Joe Wikert envisions a world where e-book indices are interactive and akin to Google searches.

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