Top Ten Twitter Tweets of October 15



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 Here are your Top Ten Tweets for the past week

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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

  • Why #authors should avoid the majority of pay to #publish companies. Listen to podcast: #selfpub

  • Woot to RT @PublicityHound: 12 simple hacks to undo those embarrassing tech mistakes #authors #selfpub

Social Media and Marketing Strategies

Writers & Writing

  • Love these … hot headline templates free via @JeffBullas-get yours now: #authors #selfpub #amwriting

  • If people attack you, it’s an acknowledgement that you have a voice. #amwriting

  • @BookbuzzrFlipper thx4this tool: Preview an excerpt: #TheFrugalEditor: Do-it-yourself editing secrets for authors

Fun and Cool Things to Know or Do


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