Jan 27 – Twitter stuff today

#NeverHaveIEver is trending on Twitter… somehow that reminds me of Burger King coupons, but I digress…  And according to George Takei,   it is Holocaust Remembrance Day.

The Remnant by Othniel J. Seiden is a wonderful historically accurate fiction book about Babi Yar, Kiev and the Forest People who were part of the Jewish Resistance during WWII. It is a stunning novel, and it is gaining quite a following!

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I created a new “Thousand Tweet” campaign for Udemy – because we publish a class through Udemy and like Amazon.com, they have an affiliate program. We are enrolled as affiliates.  In less than 3 hours, Udemy logged that we had over 421 people click-through into their site from our Twitter. TWITTER IS POWERFUL, PEOPLE! TWITTER IS POWERFUL!

So today, I want you to:

  • Follow your followers
  • Using 2 of your keywords as search terms, find 15 more people to follow
  • Tweet using 3 of the trending words
  • Go to your Amazon.com page and Tweet from there – and if you can also use the trending words do, if not use your keywords!

Taking some time in Twitter and building up your following is well worth your while.  If you want to find out about the Thousand Tweet campaign, click through to Thousand Tweets and fill out the form at the bottom.

Just Tweet – any chance you get – not just about your book. Keep your readers interested by telling them about your day, your thoughts or just share great quotes. Twitter is a significant tool in your book marketing arsenal.

TTFN

One thought on “Jan 27 – Twitter stuff today

  1. I have gone on to a google search for Christian book stores and “followed” a list of them. I am now going to look for Church Youth Groups, who have a twitter or facebook presence and follow them.

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