links round up

Welcome to November’s Links Roundup! This month we’ve found a cornucopia of great marketing advice for you, including tips on how to promote yourself to future readers before you even have a book to sell, and smart ways to boost your online presence using Facebook. And check out the info from savvy bloggers to learn how to consistently generate interesting posts. 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.

How to Market Yourself as an Author Before You Have a Book to Sell via The Write Life — Promoting your book is vital to your success as an author! But what if your book’s not finished? Chuck Sambuchino explains why it’s important for authors to promote themselves as well as their writing.

15 Top Bloggers And Writers Reveal Their Best Writing Tool For Killer Blog Posts via Blogging Wizard — Bloggers need to know how to write productively on a schedule—there’s no time for writer’s block. Elna Cain has some advice from 15 of the top bloggers on how to generate great writing ideas and meet deadlines.

How to Best Use Facebook as an Author via Digital Book World — Social media has changed the way authors promote themselves and their writing. Teymour Shahabi tells us why Facebook is one of the best platforms for writers like you!

4 Ways Facebook Lead Ads Can Change the Social Advertising Game via buffersocial — With the rollout of Facebook lead ads, it’s even easier to gather email info from potential followers. Jeffrey Kranz shows you how to use this Facebook feature to help promote your writing!


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