Jeff Moriarty’s passion for spreading ideas combines nicely with his approachable writing style in this guide for the modern indie author.
As an indie author, can you afford NOT to be on Facebook? Only if you can afford to be invisible to one billion people for whom Facebook is an integral part of their lives.
Facebook is an author’s biggest opportunity to build a connection with individual readers and to create a devoted fan base hungry for new content. I’ll show you how to navigate the confusing avalanche of options as you create a professional Facebook author page – yet keep your personal information private. You will learn how to create specific content to evolve your fans from a bunch of lone readers into a group of valuable of allies eager to help forward your career as an author.
This author-focused book teaches you how to engage on Facebook the right way. It’s filled with specific steps to correctly set up your page, examples of authors who are doing it well, and loads of strategies, tactics and ideas that will let you make compelling content a breeze.
And it’s presented in a short, sweet, easy-to-follow format that covers only the things you need so you can get started quickly, then get back to writing – and selling – more books!
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