Promote a Book with Twitter: Top Ten Strategies for Authors

Expert: Dana Lynn Smith Twitter is a great way to promote a book while you build your networks and expert reputation. Here are ten ways authors can harness the power of Twitter to promote a book: 1. Help others by sharing information, while you gain a reputation as an expert.…

Q&A: Using Twitter to Market Your Book

On 16th of Feb. we had an interesting and informative webinar about Using Twitter on Market Your Book. Our panel consisted of Carolyn-Howard Johnson (author of the HowToDoItFrugally series), Joel Friedlander (proprietor of Marin Bookworks), Laurel Marshfield (professional writer, ghostwriter and developmental editor), Phyllis Zimbler Miller (co-founder of Miller Mosaic…

How to Become a Top Ranked Book on Amazon’s Kindle Store

How to Become a Top Ranked Book on Amazon’s Kindle Store

It is our great pleasure and honor today to interview Ellen C. Maze – BookBuzzr Author Pro subscriber and Bestselling Author of RABBIT: CHASING BETH RIDER. This book has risen to the top of the charts on Amazon in the Mysteries and Thrillers section with over 89 reviews. On to…

Top 10 Benefits of a BookBuzzr Author Pro Subscription

Sometimes we hear a question from some authors: “Why should I spend $15.59 per month for a BookBuzzr Author Pro subscription?” Here are the top 10 reasons: BookBuzzr’s AuthorPage Widget on your Facebook Fan Page: BookBuzzr AuthorPage widget is a shiny new Facebook Fan Page widget which allows you to…

Will Tweetin’ & Postin’, Updatin’ & Discussin’  Get You into Your Readers’ Hearts?

Will Tweetin’ & Postin’, Updatin’ & Discussin’ Get You into Your Readers’ Hearts?

Guest Expert: Laurel Marshfield “Wishin’ and Hopin’” — the hit pop tune that iconic blonde soul singer, Dusty Springfield, made famous in the sixties — offers a familiar resonance, these days, for authors hoping to attract readers. (Need a little memory boost? Here’s Springfield: http://bit.ly/gLyiq5) Hear it? The connection between…