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In this video, I explain what you need to do to make an impact in the world of social media. So if you’re struggling to gain Twitter followers or attract Facebook likes, this should put you on the right track. Enjoy!

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You can get started with TweetDeck here. And if you want to learn more about Buffer, this guide will help you understand what’s what.

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  • Ella Durham

    I would have liked you to explain HOW to schedule posts on social media sites. I am new to this game and also , as an author, I don’t know how my book can solve their problem!

    June 28, 2014 at 5:02 pm
  • Will Stevens

    Hi Ella. Thanks for the comment. As Nick mentioned in the video, you can use Buffer to schedule posts and they have a comprehensive guide to doing so on their site. Just follow this link.

    I can see how as an author it’s less straightforward for you to identify a specific problem and solve it. I would say from my personal experience the best authors and writers I follow on social media keep the sales pitches to a minimum and instead focus on providing tweets about subjects they find interesting – usually topics closely related to the issues they write about. That way you keep people interested and that makes it more likely they’ll pay attention when you do plug a book.

    I hope that helps!

    July 1, 2014 at 12:59 pm