I have set up a couple of “lists” on Twitter but this post delves further into some great ideas you can use to maximize your ebook promotion and marketing. You first want to make sure to categorize your “followers” and decide if you want the lists to be public or private.
If you are a writer, set up some lists for readers you know follow your books in the genre you write. Then you can tweet specifically to that list when you have a new book coming out–without wasting the time of all others on your list. Let’s say: SFR (Science Fiction Readers) could be an example of this type of group.
If you are looking for reviews, set up lists specifically for persons who have expressed an interest in this. For example: SFRV (Science Fiction Reviewers)
If you belong to a Facebook Writers Group you could set up another list to tweet to your Writer Friends (FBWG – Facebook Writer’s Group)
I wish I had started setting this up from Square One, but it’s never too late. We just have to start from where we are. Happy Tweeting!
***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on “Ebook Promotion and Marketing”***
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