Today is Fight Procrastination Day … get it done! Here’s your Top Ten Twitter Tweets:
Tweets are faster than a speeding bird … below are Author U’s Top Ten Tweets from the past week that you may have missed …
Success & Resources
Authors-Want an Agent? Tips from the newest Writers Digest w/ 25 agents looking for new clients: http://t.co/3Pwfe8BC
Authors and writers can dominate w/ Personal Brand On Google 14 Point Checklist http://t.co/KX1Ew1wD
Great INFOGRAPHIC : “How To Plan Your Blog” http://ow.ly/drXB2
Author tips on creating an informational empire around book. Podcast. http://ow.ly/dmsyj
Authoring & Writing & Speaking
6 types of writers according to Ezra Pound http://t.co/mgYaEQRJ
Social Media and Marketing Strategies
Social Media Myths and Realities. Cindy Ratzlaff interview with SCORE – supported by SBA, here: http://t.co/3V23RRUW
Got lots of blogs? Here’s 4 tips for authors and writers to manage them: http://ow.ly/dum2F
Amazon researchers say Twitter post drives 16x more revenue vs Facebook http://t.co/rDQoRIbe
7 triggers to engage customers and build loyalty–just what authors want/need for books! http://t.co/NJFypw7V
Doing, not just seeing–amazing short video of saving a young whale–it’s a wow. http://ow.ly/dsP7p
Bonus: Last week’s Your Guide to Book Publishing was all about an amazing array of getting organized, goal setting and unbelievable tidbits on maxing what you doing at: http://rsrn.us/youpublish
This afternoon, the visionary Joel Friedlander, the self-publishing guru and blog expert is Judith’s guest—there’s a reason why he grew his from zero to 40,000 in just a few years.
Don’t forget to fill out “About” on your FB page. It’s what people see! Add your URL there. And make sure that it shows your email to contact you at, not FB’s
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If you are looking for FREE author and book coaching … call in to Judith’s Author Monday Mornings at NOON Eastern each Monday. The number is 218-632-9854; Access Code 1239874444 … have your questions ready–there’s a full hour to ask and listen.
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