This back-to-basics, step-by-step handbook and tutorial gives the digital newbie author, creative or small business owner both inspiration and preparation for marketing on Twitter. You already know how important it is to use social media, so we’re not going to tell you WHY you need the exposure. If you just want to get started and have fun doing it, 15 Twitter Tips for Authors & Other Grownups is the perfect book for you.
Strategy and the importance of planning
The best Twitter handle for you
Create an SEO-friendly bio
Choosing a profile picture
Learn the power of retweet
What’s a hashtag? Is that even legal?
How to use popular Twitter tools
Tweet-length advice from other authors
Snarky comments from a derisive editor
Practical, fun and easy to understand
|Publisher:||Ralph's Design & Deli LLC|
|Series:||15 Tips , #1|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||7 MB|
About the Author
Winner of the 2010 “Twitter is the Best Excuse for Not Doing Laundry” Contest
“Best Social Media Planner and Strategist for Richmond Drive, 2010-2012”
Social media marketing mistress, creative barista and entrepreneur Renee’ Groskreutz takes you on a tour of how twitter relates to the business of being an author. Renee’ offers this first in a series of digestible and applicable handbooks to anyone who never thought of themselves as a
brand (or even a business) until now.
Renee’s DFW-based digital marketing agency Ralph’s Design & Deli is in its soft launch now, with a full-service digital marketing menu coming in the fall of 2012.
As co-owner of FunCitySocialMedia, she is currently speaking on “The 90-Day Social Media Marketing Plan for Small Business.” Contact with questions or comments.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Best, most well-written and clever Editor’s notes this side of the Mason-Dixon line.
Always above name-dropping, Andi plugs one of her funny author heroes,
@TheBloggess and she follows her back! Squee!
Andi Reis is a promotions champion for authors, writers and artists out there who are trying to let their works shine in the social media marketplace. She’s a strategic creative consultant, content barista and editor at heart who has ridden the ups and downs of the marketing and advertising field for more than 12 years.
Andi loves to read books with raw, honest emotion and small words. She loves to make clients happy and will always be grateful for strong coffee and the inspiration of online friends and fans the world over.
Andi is the grumpy, funny one (she says). Share sarcasm and twitter tips with her at
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