Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, December 2014

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Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, December 2014

Season’s Greetings! December’s Web Links Roundup is a wish list of great promotional ideas for writers. 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.

4 Steps to Writing Emails with Drastically Higher Open and Click-Through Rates via unbounce — After all the time and effort you put into creating your email newsletters, it’s important to ensure they are opened and read! Aaron Orendorff explains how writers can send promotional emails with twice the average open rate.

How Successful Authors Use Social Media to Sell More Books via The Write Life — Promoting your writing online may seem intimidating—where do you start? Chuck Sambuchino brings you great advice from successful authors on how to use social media to sell books!

Q: What Builds Buzz for a Book? A: Craft and Enthusiasm via WeGrowMedia — Generating “buzz” for your book is a key element in gaining a readership. Based on his experience working with author Christopher Scotton, Dan Blank discusses how to build buzz for your book.

How to get your first 1,000 followers on every social network via The Next Web — Kevan Lee gives quick and easy advice on how to gain 1,000 followers on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

How To Get More Amazon Book Reviews via Bestseller Labs — During the holiday season, lots of shoppers will be hunting for gift ideas on Amazon.com. Make sure your book is ready with a plethora of good reviews to entice shoppers. Jonathan Gunson shares a smart tip for getting more reviews to promote your book.

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