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Statista Chart: Google Narrows Gap on Facebook in Social Logins

We’re fortunate to have an interesting post from Felix Richter of Statista. They are the go to company if you need facts and charts. The reach of Facebook and Google in the online world stretches way beyond the companies’ own websites. Together, both companies account for more than 80 percent of...

A Valentine for Your Readers

by Gillian Nicol Nothing says reader appreciation like a good old-fashioned giveaway. Pairing a book giveaway offer with a holiday like Valentine’s Day is a sure way to attract attention and assure your readers that you care about them. Giveaways are a great way to engage readers while expanding your fan...

Some Tips For Magic in a Message – Creating The Irresistible Pitch Slideshow

In the past, I’ve sometimes featured messages from Paul J. Krupin, Direct Contact PR.  Paul wrote the following message: I share some of my best professional branding techniques and strategies for creating article and interview proposals and pitches that get the best publicity.   So many people...

An Author’s Guide: The Do’s & Don’ts of Twitter

Originally published on authorsboutique.com by Gillian Nicol In the wide-wild-world of social media, Twitter can make or break your online presence. Despite being limited to just one hundred and forty characters to spread your message, it’s quite easy to find yourself falling into the “annoying zone” in the...

Digital Age Lends Advantage to Indie Authors

Originally published on authorsboutique.com by Gillian Nicol The publishing world is changing and that’s a fact. Gone are the days of piles of rejection letters and agents; being replaced instead by on demand eBooks and indie author sensations. Okay well, that’s not entirely true. Traditional publishing is...

Debut Author’s Survival Guide

by D.L Wilson As a debut author I found the promotion of my novel to be as daunting as the actual writing process. If debut authors want to win readers and influence those other than friends and family to buy their book, they have to step up to the plate and become marketing gurus. That means utilizing as...

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