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TWITTER FOR AUTHORS (AUTOMATED!)

Nathan A. Goodman

 

This book is a work of the author’s creation. Names, places, incidents, characters, and all contents are products of the author’s imagination or are used in a fictitious manner. Any relation or resemblance to any actual persons, living or dead, events, businesses, agencies, government entities, or locales is purely coincidental. Content presented here is for informational purposes only. While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, there is no guarantee that the techniques presented here will result in monetary gain, improvement in sales of your products, or an increase in social followers.

 

THOUGHT REACH PRESS

United States of America

 

Copyright © 2015 by Thought Reach Press

Cover illustrations by Le Femme Couture Agency.

Cover art copyright © 2015 Thought Reach Press

 

All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form whatsoever. No portion of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner without written permission of the author except in the case of brief quotations used in articles and reviews.

 

First Thought Reach Press printing September 2015

 

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This Kindle ebook is for writers, or anyone with a small business, that know they need to use social media marketing, but don’t have time to do it!

 

You don’t have enough time in the day to constantly send out tweets and retweets, do you? And who does? This book will give you simple, step by step methods to automate much of the manual work of participating in this critical social network. The book jumps right into what you need to know to help you automate your tweets, retweets, follows, unfollows, and more, but also has a complete section if you just need Twitter for dummies help.

Get Followers, Add Value, Explode Your Book Marketing Today!

 

Have you ever….

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p<>{color:#000;}. Wondered how you’d have time to promote your books on Twitter?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Wondered, isn’t there an easier way?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Wondered how other authors seem to tweet constantly?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Do you wonder why everyone knows how to tweet except you?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Do you dream of an unlimited supply of book readers?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Did you know Twitter can be a big part of your free business marketing efforts, and with great results?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Would you like to know how to use Twitter to grow your book marketing?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Or a free or cheap way to get worldwide book readers?

Whatever your reasons for wanting to start Social Media Marketing with Twitter, this book is for you! 

 

This book is action packed full of great idea’s to help you get started automating your use of Twitter today! 

In this book you will find:

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p<>{color:#000;}. What is Twitter?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Getting started with Twitter

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p<>{color:#000;}. A strategy on how to use Twitter for your author business

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p<>{color:#000;}. How to create content that will attract followers and customers

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p<>{color:#000;}. The best ways to use Twitter for marketing

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p<>{color:#000;}. And much more!

Your about to discover that Twitter marketing doesn’t have to take much time. That Twitter marketing is a strategy, and is easy. That you too can grow your Twitter followers.

 

This Kindle ebook is full of up-to date information, hot of the press. It will help you reach goal of exploding your business using Twitter! 

Twitter for Authors (AUTOMATED!) is not just for authors. Anyone can learn these time saving techniques to automate Twitter marketing, even if you are a Twitter beginner.

 

Welcome, and let your Twitter journey to success begin.

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From the author:

First of all, every method I talk about in this book is free. The apps you use to automate things are free, Twitter is free, tweeting is free. And how much did you pay for this book? So, you have that going for you.

All authors are busy. In fact, many have full time jobs that actually pay the bills. If you’re not a full-time author, you don’t have enough time for social media. That puts you in good company.

I knew I didn’t have hours a day to spend on Twitter, not to mention all the other social networks. And yet, experts were telling me I had to be on every social media network every day. Who has time for that? It wasn’t going to happen and I knew it.

I bet you are the same way. You want to use social media to get your book noticed, but you don’t have the time. That’s why I wrote this book. It’s for people like you and me that know what they need to do, but don’t have time to do it. So get ready. It won’t take you long to finish reading this book. Then, you’ll have your Twitter account running like clockwork.

 

A word about “engagement”

 

Every social media expert will tell you, talk with other people on social media. You can’t just throw messages at them promoting your book. You need to talk with them. They’re inundated with social media messages coming from all angles. They don’t want too much of that. Instead they want to talk with a real live author, and that’s you. Most things I will teach you here are either automated or semi-automated. But you still need to do a little talking, okay?

 

Are you a Twitter expert and just want to know how to automate?

 

This book starts out with “A Quick Twitter-for-Nimbleweeds Session.” But, if you already know all that stuff and only want to learn how to automate your efforts on Twitter, skip ahead to the chapter entitled, “Automating Things.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter One: A Quick Twitter-for-Nimbleweeds Session

 

What Twitter Is

Don’t feel dumb! Tons of people are on Twitter, but just because you don’t understand hashtags and @symbols doesn’t make you a nimbleweed. And why should you understand those things? It’s not as if your 10th-grade English teacher, Mr. Haringtonschwarthy, taught you that topic. The fact is, Twitter is a bit clunky. It’s not the most straightforward thing in the world. But here are the basics.

What is a Tweet?

A tweet is just a message sent on Twitter. It’s always short, because Twitter only allows room for 140 characters in a message.

Here’s what a tweet looks like.

See how small it is?

 

Or, it might look like this one which also is very short, but has an image on it.

Just because you’re an author doesn’t mean all your tweets should promote your book. Read the text of the above tweet. It’s okay to tweet about cute little sea turtles named Elsa. Elsa happens to have a GPS trackers affixed to her shell, so she’s fun to watch. Sending non-promotional tweets lets people know you are real.

So now, lets look at the parts and pieces of a tweet.

 

 

#Hashtags?

What is a hashtag?

 

A hashtag is the little # symbol you might see in a tweet. For example, in this tweet:

See the “#IARTG” thing in there? The # symbol in the front indicates that this word is a hashtag. Why put a # symbol in front of the word? That’s the Twitter way of helping you recognize when a word is a topic of interest. In this case, IARTG stands for the “Indie Author Retweet Group.” That is a group of indie authors who retweet each other. We’ll talk more on what a retweet is later. The # symbol in front makes it easier for others to find all tweets that mention that topic.

Let’s take another example, like #free. If you see #free in the tweet, guess what? That tweet is talking about something that is free. So why not just say the word ‘free’ without the hashtag? Because there would be no way to separate the meaning of a tweet that said, “Get this novel. Free, today only,” from one that says, “Hey, if you’re free today, come to Central Park for the Save the Sea Turtles fundraiser.” When Twitter users want to find out what is available for free today, they search on #free. It’s just a way to help gather together people interested in the same topic. If the hashtag is on the word, you can be sure you’re in the right place.

So what about those @ symbols that you see sometimes? What’s that about?

 

@Symbols?

When you see an @ symbol in front of a word, that means it’s a person’s Twitter handle (username). My username is @NathanAGoodman. Notice that I can either capitalize certain letters or not, it doesn’t matter.

Why would you put a person’s username in a tweet? Well, in this tweet,

I’ve used @conserveturtles in the body of the above tweet. Why? Twitter can show you all the times your username was mentioned. In this case, the people of @conserveturtles will see that I mentioned their username. And, it’s good to know when someone is talking about you, right? You hope they’re saying something nice. Sometimes, they’re asking you a question. You’ll have a chance to see that tweet and respond to it if you choose.

What’s the difference between tweets and retweets?

 

Tweets vs. Retweets

We already talked about what a tweet was. A [_retweet _]is when a tweet is forwarded to others. That means it is being sent to another entire list of Twitter followers. To retweet a tweet, look for these icons:

The double arrow with the “11” next to it is the retweet icon. If you see a tweet you like, and you want to forward it (retweet it) to all your followers, click that icon. The number displayed there represents how many times it’s already been retweeted. What are the other icons shown there? The single arrow is used to reply to the person. Note, however, that this is not a private way to communicate with them. Everyone on Twitter has the ability to see this message. If you want to send a private message to someone, send them a Direct Message instead. The star icon is to “favorite” the tweet. And the three cute little dots are for you to access some other functions.

What’s the difference between “followers” and “following”?

 

Followers vs. Following

This one is simple, but the terms sound so similar they can get confused. Followers are the people that have clicked the Follow button to follow you. They are saying that they want to see your tweets. And they may even want to converse with you over Twitter.

 

“Following” is the number of people you are following. Somewhere along the way, you decided to follow their tweets.

Followers
Why would you want that many people to follow you? Simply because you are hoping more people might be exposed to your offer. And because they might retweet your tweets to their followers.

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**]In the above, you’ll notice that this person is following 18,000 people. Why would you want to follow that many people? In truth, you don’t. After all, there is so much tweeting going on in a group that large, the value is lost. But, if you follow someone, there’s a fair chance they’ll follow you back. And that’s what you’re looking for.

So let’s now talk about how to get followers in the first place.

 

What is the Wrong Way to get Followers?

Getting followers is neither hard nor easy. It just takes some work and patience. But one thing you do not want to do is to buy followers. You’ve probably seen places that want to sell you 10,000 followers for a fee. Stay away from spam offers like this.

Instead, you want to go out and follow a bunch of people. More about how to automate this later.

Now that you’ve followed a bunch of people, why would you want to un-follow them?

 

Why Unfollow Someone?

Here is the reason. Because some of the people you follow will follow you back, but others are just dead wood. It doesn’t do you any good to follow a ton of people who aren’t following you back.

How often can you tweet without your followers getting mad?

 

How Often Is it OK to Tweet?

There are a lot of different opinions on this, but only mine is the correct one : ). Kidding. But, I don’t find it any big deal to tweet every hour. After an hour, the Twitter stream is already filled with other tweets. Your tweet is now way down the list. If your follower didn’t see your tweet an hour ago, they’d have to scroll way down to find it. To them, it is invisible.

How in the world will you have enough time in the day to be able to send a tweet every hour? Answer: you won’t. I’ll show you how to automate the tweets that are going out from your account. For now just understand, you should feel free to tweet a lot. But, tweet about something relevant to your subject matter, or at least something interesting. No one cares that you had “Kashi Go Lean Crunch” cereal for breakfast. If you tweet about that stuff, no one will remain a follower for long. So tweet things that are relevant or interesting to your followers.

What about this ‘message’ thing? How do I send a message to a specific person?

 

Sending Someone a Message

There are two kinds of messages you can send to a person on Twitter. I call them “Direct Messages” and “Not so Direct Messages.”

Direct Messages are messages sent just between you and the other user. No one else can see them. This is a bit like sending someone an email. But, it’s done within Twitter instead.

If you’d like, you can send them a “Not so direct message.” Those can be seen by the person. But be careful here. Everyone can see an indirect message. To send one, you just send a regular tweet. But, your tweet will begin with that person’s username. For example, if you sent one to me, it might look like:

@NathanAGoodman Read your novel The Fourteenth Protocol and I still have chills! Please tell me there is a sequel.

Since you started this tweet with my username, I am likely to see it. But, it doesn’t show up in my “messages” box. It is visible to me when I look for “mentions.” In that area I can see any tweet that includes my username.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter Two: Automating Things

 

How to Automate Your Tweets

None of us have the time to tweet as much as social experts tell us we need to – especially because the only way to gain true followers is to engage with them directly. Readers don’t want to be the target of your sales efforts. They want to engage with you, they want you to talk to them. True followers are the ones who will buy your book/product. Readers want you to talk to them. Still, you need to tweet about your book as an advertising effort sometimes. There is a balance though. If people see a Twitter feed full of advertising, they’ll leave.

In this section, I’ll talk first about how you can automate tweets to go out. After that, I’ll go over something more important, the automation of retweets. These retweets will go out from your account. The original tweeter will thank you, which helps build relationships. Once you’ve set both of these up, there’s not much more work required of you to get the tweets to go out.

I’ll talk about two apps that are available for iOS (iPhone/iPad) devices. But they may be available for other platforms as well.

Apps:

The first app you need is “IF.” IF is a great (and free) app that lets you create rules like “if it’s Tuesday at 2 pm, send out this tweet.”

There are a million other permutations you can do, but for now, just keep it simple. Install the app on your iPhone. Then connect it to your Twitter account (the app will walk you through that). You’ll then be able to create several “recipes.” Recipes are sets of rules that you’ll set up to send out tweets. I’d suggest that you send out 2-3 tweets per day. IF will let you specify what the tweet should say, and if it has in image on it etc. Here’s an example of a recipe:

 

 

There are a million other permutations you can do, but for now, just keep it simple. Install the app on your iPhone. Then connect it to your Twitter account (the app will walk you through that). You’ll then be able to create several “recipes.” Recipes are sets of rules that you’ll set up to send out tweets. I’d suggest that you send out 2-3 tweets per day. IF will let you specify what the tweet should say, and if it has in image on it etc. Here’s an example of a recipe:

 

The above recipe says to send out this tweet every hour at the top of the hour. Granted, that’s a lot of tweeting. Only use one that goes out hourly when you have a book launch or something important. But you get the point. Once these recipes are set up, you’ll have a few tweets going out each day with no effort on your part. After that, create different tweets every few weeks to change what you’re tweeting. Remember, the text of your tweets doesn’t all have to be about promoting your book. In fact, I have automated tweets that tell people about the PAWS Project, a charity in Melbourne, Florida. They train service dogs for veterans who suffer from post traumatic stress. I have other tweets educating beach goers on how to be good citizens to the sea turtles. I tell them not to leave anything on the beach, like chairs, sand castles, or holes—if left overnight, those items obstruct turtles and can kill them. Tweets like these let readers know a little more about me. And learning more about the author is what they want to do in the first place.

 

Now that you know how to automate your tweets, lets look at automating your retweets as well.

 

 

 

 

How to Automate Your Retweets

Retweeting the tweets of other authors will help endear them to you. They’ll appreciate what you’ve done. And, it’s a good idea to send out a lot of retweeted tweets in your Twitter stream. Those retweets in your stream help separate your promotional tweets.

 

Get a free account at a site called Roundteam (http://roundteam.com). Roundteam is a website, not an app, but it is also free. Roundteam allows you to set up simple rules such as:

 

“If someone I’m following sends a tweet with the hashtag #IARTG, then retweet it in my Twitter stream, automatically.”

Notice how the rules are set up. This rule says that if the tweet contains foul language, or comes from a blocked Twitter account, then don’t send it. It also specifies not to send more than 5 retweets per hour from this rule.

 

I mentioned the hashtag #IARTG. It stands for “Indie Author Retweet Group.” This particular hashtag is used by authors who want other authors to retweet their tweets. Once your rule is set up, it will automatically retweet those tweets for you. The Twitter users that sent out the original tweet will thank you. They do this by retweeting one of your tweets to all their followers. Make sense? You help them and they’ll help you.

 

Since I’ve set up rules like this, my Twitter account sends out many retweets per hour. My goal is to have a Twitter stream that sends about 8-10 retweets for every hour. This includes only 1 or 2 promotional tweets (to promote my book). That’s a pretty good ratio. How many tweets per hour are too many? There’s no correct answer. But, 8-10 per hour seems to work fine. And, Twitter users don’t mind seeing occasional promotional tweets. As long as you’re not over-promoting yourself, you should be fine.

 

Below is a view of my Twitter stream. The tweet on the top is actually a retweet for author Lauren Carr. My Roundteam account retweeted this automatically. The next tweet down was a promotional tweet sent out by my IF app that I mentioned earlier.

Once the author Lauren Carr sees I’ve retweeted for her, she may return the favor and retweet one of my promotional tweets to her followers.

 

Now you know how to automate both tweets and retweets. Lets look at how to start engaging with those new followers you’ll be getting.

 

 

How to Automate Replies to People (and What to Say)

The best thing you can do on any social media platform is engage. Talk to people, ask them questions, give them help. Just get to know them and be a friend. This part can’t be automated because it’s not a job for a robot, it’s a job for a person. But there is one automated way to get the conversation started. Think about this for a moment. Put yourself in the shoes of one of your new followers. Lets say you’ve just followed @NathanAGoodman. You followed him because:

 

1) He followed you, thus showing interest in you.

 

2) He’s a big, huge author and thus a really important guy. Not to mention his stunning good looks. My wife is standing behind me as I write this, and she just doubled over with laughter.

 

As one of my new followers you will then receive a direct message from me. It says, “What book are you reading right now?” I’ll have more about how to set up an auto-reply later. What I’ve sent you is a direct message. That means no one else sees it.

 

Think about the question, “What book are you reading right now?” It’s fairly benign, isn’t it? It’s not as though I asked for your social security number. It’s just a simple, friendly, open ended question. If you answer, you’ll only be divulging what kind of books you like to read. So, you decide to answer this famous author. He has taken time out of his global book signing tour to strike up a conversation with you. And you’re thinking, “Wow, an author has just followed me and wants to talk.” You reply with, “I’m reading Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath for the third time.” The Grapes of Wrath is my favorite novel. But, no matter what I do, my young teenage daughters won’t read it. They still think it’s about angry fruit.

 

We just looked at this from the perspective of your new follower. Now let’s look at it from your perspective. You’ve followed someone. Then you sent them an automated direct message asking them a simple, benign question. They replied. All this can be automated. The good news is, they don’t know it is automated (see below for how to automate). And now, the conversation has started. A user on Twitter has engaged with you. This is where it’s your turn to engage with them. You reply (this is a manual process for you, not an automated one) and ask them,

 

“How are you liking the book?” or “Is The Grapes of Wrath your favorite novel? Doesn’t the character of Ma remind you of Aunt Bea from the Andy Griffith Show?”

 

You get the point. It is likely they will reply again. And that’s when you send them a message promoting your book (manually, not automated).

 

“Do you like terrorism thrillers? This one was a best seller. With 75 5-star reviews, it’s worth taking a look at. amzn.to/ZqShOM”

 

You might be asking what is the relationship between The Grapes of Wrath and a thriller novel? The answer? Nothing. But, you’d be amazed how many people read thrillers. They could be reading Little Women, economics text books, or Twitter for Authors (AUTOMATED!). Many of them still like to read thrillers.

 

Engage with them directly and personally. That is the most important take-away here. Only automate part of it. The rest is personal, and manual.

 

So how do you set up an auto-reply to everyone who follows you?

 

You use Crowdfire. See the below menu item that says “Automate”? Once you’ve got the app, click on that.

 

The Automate screen looks like the below. I’ve added a rule that says to send a welcome Direct Message to new followers. It is automated, simple, and free.

 

We’ve talked a lot about what to do with tweeting and retweeting, but now let’s talk about how to get people to follow you in the first place.

 

How to (Almost) Automate Following People

Following people is an important part of your strategy to get followers for yourself. You’ll find that if you follow 100 people, about 20% will follow you back. And, the more followers you get, the higher that percentage tends to rise.

So here’s the strategy

Follow 100 people each day. You can follow more, but you don’t want to drive yourself crazy. Just move at a nice, even pace and you can get this done, a little bit at a time. Twitter has a specific allowance, or number of followers, it will let you follow. That number is about 2000 total people. After that, they’ll tell you that your number of followers needs to increase. They’re looking at your ratio of followers to followed. Don’t worry about that, just start following people. Let Twitter tell you when you’ve hit a limit.

Once you’ve hit a limit, stop trying to follow anyone else and wait a few days. This will give anyone that you’ve followed some time to follow you back. But after that, you should then unfollow anyone who hasn’t followed you back yet.

How can you (almost) automate the following and unfollowing of people?

I use two apps that can make this a whole lot easier and faster. The first is Crowdfire. Again, I use it on iPhone but it may be available on Android or other platforms. Crowdfire is free. However, I’ve chosen to do a $4.99 upgrade. This gives me a year of use that is not as limited as the free version. But, you don’t have to do that. The free version can get you there if you are patient.

Using Crowdfire for iPhone to follow lots of users quickly

One thing to keep in mind is that you don’t want to just follow anybody out there. You want to follow Twitter users that are in your niche. For example, I write thriller novels. I want to follow users who are already following authors of thrillers. Make sense? Brad Thor is a huge thriller author, so I’ll use him in my example. He already has tons of followers who love his terrorism / special agent books. Since my novels are in the same genre, his readers would love my novels. Plus, my writing is much better than his (kidding). In the Crowdfire menu, I select “Copy Followers” and then I type in @BradThor.

Crowdfire will display a list of all Brad Thor followers, and I can hit the little green plus sign and follow a bunch of them.

 

Tip: You’d be surprised how fast you can click that little plus symbol. It takes no time at all to follow 100 users.

 

But what happens if you hit a limit and Twitter tells you you’ve followed too many users, what then?

 

How to (Almost) Automate Unfollowing People

Using Crowdfire for iPhone to unfollow lots of users quickly

Once you’ve followed too many people, Twitter tells you you’ve hit your limit. That’s okay. Wait a few days to give everyone you’ve followed a chance to follow you back. Then go unfollow everyone who didn’t follow you back. To do this, I tell Crowdfire I want to see “Non Followers.” It produces a list of everyone that I currently follow that is not following me back. Press the little minus sign until you’ve got them all cleared out. You’ll then find that Twitter will let you follow more users once again.

 

 

Using Follow Tool for iPhone

There’s another app called “Follow Tool” that also has a lot of good stuff. It’s free as well. You can tell it to show you a list of your non-followers, and after it does that, you can tell it to unfollow all of them at once (no incessant clicking of the little minus signs in this app).

There are other features like the ability to unfollow anyone who recently unfollowed me. And, the ability to follow users that recently followed me, but I haven’t followed back. My only complaint about Unfollow Tool is its speed. It’s just about the slowest app I’ve ever used. What do I mean by slow? Once I click on my Twitter account, it may take over a minute for it to load the above screen. And, once you tell it to do something like “unfollow all” etc, that can take a while as well. But, if you are patient, you might like this app.

Following all the users that have recently followed you is a good idea. If you follow them and they follow you, then sending direct messages works. And, since you want followers to engage with you, sending direct messages is a good idea.

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Thank you for reading!

Dear Reader,

I hope you enjoyed Twitter for Authors (Automated!). I have to tell you, I really enjoyed writing it. I hope it helps you get your Twitter account moving. Many readers wrote me asking, “What was the inspiration for writing it?” And in truth, I’ve had a lot of authors help me, and I wanted to do the same.

When I wrote Twitter for Authors (Automated!), I received many letters from readers thanking me for the book. Some had opinions about how I choose to use Twitter, while others were more interested in giving thanks for helping them free up more time to write! As an author, I love feedback.

Candidly, you’re the reason I wrote Twitter for Authors (Automated!). So tell me what you liked, what you loved, even what you hated. I’d love to hear from you. You can write me at [email protected] And, be sure to sign up for notifications of upcoming works at NathanAGoodman.com/email.

Finally, I need to ask a favor. I’d love for you to write a brief review of Twitter for Authors (Automated!). Post it on the website where you purchased the book. Loved it, hated it—I’d just enjoy your feedback. Reviews can be tough to come by these days, and you, the reader, have the power to make or break a book. If you have the time, I would appreciate it.

Thank you so much for reading and for spending time with me.

In gratitude,

Nathan Goodman

Nathan A. Goodman is a husband, a father of two daughters and lives in the United States.

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Productivity for Writers: Twitter for Authors (AUTOMATED!) Make Money Writing, S

Writers will learn productivity hacks: How to Automate Your Tweets- and make them look good How to Automate Your Retweets- the key to freeing your time How to Automate Replies to People (and What to Say)- a great way to start talking to people How to (Almost) Automate Following People- grow your Twitter followers, fast How to (Almost) Automate Unfollowing People- and why you'd want to Get Followers, Add Value, Explode Your Book Marketin Have you ever.... Wondered how you'd have time to promote your books on Twitter? Wondered, isn't there an easier way? Wondered how other authors seem to tweet constantly? Do you wonder why everyone knows how to tweet except you? Do you dream of an unlimited supply of book readers? Did you know Twitter can be a big part of your free business marketing efforts, and with great results? Would you like to know how to use Twitter to grow your book marketing? Or a free or cheap way to get worldwide book readers? Whatever your reasons for wanting to start Social Media Marketing with Twitter, this book is for you! This book is action packed full of great idea's to help you get started automating your use of Twitter today! In this book you will find: What is Twitter? Getting started with Twitter A strategy on how to use Twitter for your author business How to create content that will attract followers and customers The best ways to use Twitter for marketing And much more! Your about to discover that Twitter marketing doesn't have to take much time. That Twitter marketing is a strategy, and is easy. That you too can grow your Twitter followers. This free Kindle ebook is full of up-to date information, hot of the press. It will help you reach goal of exploding your business using Twitter! Take action. Scroll up and download your copy Today! Twitter for Authors (AUTOMATED!) is not just for authors. Anyone can learn these time saving techniques to automate Twitter marketing, even if you are a Twitter beginner. You don't have enough time in the day to constantly send out tweets and retweets, do you? And who does? This book will give you simple, step by step methods to automate much of the manual work of participating in this critical social network. The book jumps right into what you need to know to help you automate your tweets, retweets, follows, unfollows, and more, but also has a complete section if you just need Twitter for dummies help. "So much good advice. Better than a Twitter for Dummies book. It's that simple." "Having a way to do Twitter for beginners and yet automate so much of the drudgery of constantly being expected to tweet...this will save me so much time in my book marketing efforts." "I was swamped trying to keep up with all my social posts...and needed a Twitter for writers guide that would help me take some of the pressure off...these techniques could be used by anyone." "...actors, indie authors, lawyers, any small business owner could benefit from automating some of the work involved in using Twitter to promote your business." "I'd read a lot of book marketing for authors books, but this gives a simple book promotion strategy that even I can follow." "...he said I'd learn 'how to promote your book,' and he was right." "A good Twitter for social media marketing read. And it's a free Kindle ebook!" "I just needed to...use Twitter for business. This was such a help!" Take action. Scroll up and download your copy Today!

  • Author: Nathan A. Goodman
  • Published: 2015-09-09 02:20:10
  • Words: 5255
Productivity for Writers: Twitter for Authors (AUTOMATED!) Make Money Writing, S Productivity for Writers: Twitter for Authors (AUTOMATED!) Make Money Writing, S