Web Design Relief Links Roundup, January 2014, Part 2!

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Web Design Relief Links Roundup, January 2014 Part 2!

We love celebrating the new year so much that we’ve decided to give you a bonus Web Design Relief Links Roundup! In this installment of Web Design Relief Links Roundup, we’re featuring articles about book marketing tips, social media efficiency, and blogging for authors.  Whether you create (or have created) 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 all the world to read. Start the year off right with these great tips for boosting your online promotion techniques.

Get in, Get out and Get on with your Day via Why Social Media For Business — Most writers don’t have the time or the patience to spend hours promoting their writing on social media. They have day jobs and/or families to help support. But hopping onto social media networks should be a part of a writer’s day as well. Penny Fox offers tips on how to do your tweeting, posting, pinning, etc.—and then get on with your day.

Book marketing on Pinterest: an author guide via Oliver Rhodes — We’ve discussed the social media prowess of Pinterest in the past, but Oliver Rhodes provides readers with a user guide specific to writers like you! Learn how to expand your online platform with Pinterest.

6 Ways to Add Video Marketing to Your Author Social Media Mix via Where Writers Win — Tired of your regular social media promotion routine? Don’t know how to spice up your tweets or posts? Shari Stauch has the solution for you! She offers tips on how to use video marketing to promote your writing.

Should Authors Blog? (12 questions to ask) via Inland Northwest Christian Writers — Blogging can be a great tool for writers, but how do you know if blogging is for you? Gretchen Louise gives you 12 questions you should ask yourself before committing to blogging regularly.

New Year’s Resolution #2: Get Marketing! via CreateSpace — As the end of January fast approaches, don’t let your writing resolution to revitalize your online promotion fade by the wayside. Maria Murnane helps writers stay on top of their online marketing with just a few easy steps.

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