Broadcasting Powerful Messages with Twitter – now free on the Kindle

Learn how to broadcast powerful messages with Twitter with this handy guide which just happens to be FREE on the Amazon Kindle store between today (5th August) and Wednesday 7th. If you don't have a Kindle, why not go here…

Top 10 Tips for Creating the Perfect Author Twitter Account

A Twitter account is a Twitter account is a Twitter account, but .. not all accounts are made equal and I'd like to make a few suggestions to those of us who already have accounts, as well as those who…

Broadcasting Powerful Messages with Twitter – FREE on Kindle Direct Programme This Week

In Broadcasting Powerful Messages with Twitter we learn that a Powerful Message is one which is heard by the right people, at the right time who then take the action you would like them to, whether that is to click…

Marketing for Authors & Writers: Social Networking Can Work for Me? Yes it can work for YOU!

I'm in the middle of a series of weekly (?) posts about how Authors and Writers could use LinkedIn more effectively if they wanted to and tomorrow I'll be putting up a post about the Top Ten Groups for Writers…

Please help me to help you get your message and writing to a wider audience

I'm going to make a huge assumption here and that is that you are hoping that your writing will eventually pay off in some way and that you aren't doing this just for the love of writing. I could be…

The Top Ten Lists for Writers and Authors to Follow on Twitter

If you're a writer you will almost certainly have a blog and a Twitter account because let's face it, Twitter and blogging were built with writers and authors in mind. Sometimes though it may seem as if you are writing…

Missing presumed dead: ‘please’ and ‘thank-you’ have left the social web

Why is that common courtesies like 'please' and 'thank-you' seem to be missing from the interactions that take place on the social web. Why do people forget that they are being given compliments through the use of retweets, shares and comments and why, oh why do they not bother to acknowledge the effort that someone else makes on their behalf?