This assignment makes me feel queasy, Because limericks sound a bit cheesy. They use words like Nantucket. And I'll surely muck it, I'm not sure I should write something sleazy! Don't worry, still keeping my day job! LOL *Day 4: Writing 201, Poetry
Normally, I’m not a “Reblogger,” but this is THE MOST comprehensive list I’ve ever seen for book promotion. Ana Spoke has REALLY outdone herself. And her book, “The Shizzle, Inc.” is HILARIOUS.
As mentioned in the previous post, I have found the hard way that advertising books on social media is not a very good or even a decent marketing strategy, if it is, in fact, your one and only strategy. As an update, I have to let you know that it does work, though – I have ignored Twitter for a few days last week in the wake of this realisation, and my book sales dropped from an average of 11 per week to 3. Not a huge difference in numbers, but let’s express it in percentage points…OH MY GOD, I’VE LOST 75% OF SALES! Sorry for yelling, but you get my point, right? Keep working at social media, but do consider doing what the pros have always done – broadcast to unsuspecting masses.
I hope I can help by sharing this list of book marketing sites and ideas…
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