Social media has changed the way writers do business. Forever. If you’ve not yet caught up, it’s time to start. If you think the playing field is too crowded now, you haven’t seen anything yet.
Get in as early as you can to have the best chance of standing out.
If you want to blow it up BIG time, you’ll need to do a lot more than dip your toe. Social media can be the push that snowballs you into massive success.
Social media isn’t one-size fits all.
With a wide variety of social networking and sharing sites, becoming fluent isn’t easy.
Those are the big ones now, but you never know what’s being coded around the corner. With new social media outlets emerging, and others falling in and out of favor at an ever-increasing pace, it is difficult, if not impossible, for the working writer to keep up.
Many creative entrepreneurs and online writers find social media challenging; juggling their minutes, forever unsure of where to invest their time or how they can leverage the medium to their maximum benefit.
They know they need to do it, but they don’t know how to get it done. This leaves flummoxed writers asking themselves the following questions:
What social media outlets are most suited for me?
How much time should I spend online to be successful?
Do people really care whether or not I'm on Facebook?
How will i tweet, blog, post on Facebook, spend hours on LinkedIn and expect to get anything written?
Social media can be a highly effective and wonderfully engaging part of your marketing mix, so long as you approach it with a focused plan, sharing useful information while interacting with your fans, friends, and followers.
With the right goals, tools, and strategies, you won't have to spend more than a half an hour to an hour a day to see a positive return on your time.
The Digital Writer's Guide to Social Media in 15 Minutes a Day shows you how to do exactly that.
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