Jan 2 – Create a Tweet for your book featuring your book’s most powerful keyword.

You should have about 4-5 keyword/keyphrases for your book. Ask yourself, “If my readers don’t know me yet, what search term would they use to find me?”

Angel On Board – Real Life Stories’ are “Paranormal” “Angel” “Angelic” “True Stories”  and “Inspirational.”  You should keep these listed on the same cheat sheet that you have your sign-on and passwords on. That will make them more accessible for you when we ask you to use them in future blogs, tweets, posts or pins.

My tweet for the day is: If you love great #PARANORMAL #TRUE stories, then Angel On Board-Real Life Stories is your ticket to entertainment. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00AB7XXU6/desibycapr-20

As you may know, Twitter only allows 140 characters for a tweet and this tweet has 179. But what you need to understand is that all links get shortened to 20 characters. So, this Tweet actually has 3 extra spaces.

The other thing you need to understand is the concept of a #POWER #WORD. These are words that carry a great deal of importance to Twitter and the search engines. You can actually search on tweets down subject lines, and those tweets with power words should appear in those searches.

Feel free to find this tweet on http://twitter.com/AngelAuthors and retweet it, just to get more familiar with Twitter.

Go find Twitter.com/AngelAuthors and look for this tweet. Click through on it, and you’ll see what I’ve done to connect the book and her readers with this tweet.

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