I recently relocated and had to put my Pinterest for Authors giveaway on hold during the upheavel, but I’m pleased to say that I’ve relaunched it in April as part of the Indie Author Fringe, which is an online self-publishing conference for indie authors, run by authors (me being one of them!)
Did you know that you could easily incorporate Pinterest into your social media author strategy with a limited amount of effort by following one simple guideline? The #1 priority for using Pinterest is to have a “search mindset”
Here’s a quick summary of the ABC of how to avoid Copyright Infringement on Pinterest. Here’s how you can take responsibility for what you pin, to ensure you have the rights to share the content.
Understanding Copyright on Pinterest Pinterest is a valuable marketing and promotion tool for Authors, but too many don’t understand the copyright rules and are confused about who owns the copyright of Pinterest content so they end up steering clear of setting up their own Pinterest boards — and by default, missing out on the most […]
How Authors can build their brand on Pinterest by improving their Pinterest Profile and Top 5 Boards. Here’s my recommendations for Indie Author Aviva and her High Heels series.
A summary of the Pinterest Strategy we developed for the Pinterest for Authors Sweepstake winner for June. Susan is a non-fiction author with a series of 3 RVing books,
My Pinterest for Authors Article featured in Joel Friedlander’s The Carnival of the Indies monthly roundup
I worked with Claire Wingfield the winner of my Pinterest for Authors draw to help her build her author brand using Pins and Boards. Read how we did it.
Group Boards Pinterest Group Boards are one of the best ways to increase your reach when you don’t have a large following. If you’re new to Group Boards, here’s an infographic I put together that highlights some of the basic information about how to find and contribute to other pinners group boards and some best practices […]
Last week I had the pleasure of being hosted by Bibliocrunch on their weekly Twitter #IndieChat, to talk about #PinterestforAuthors. Here’s the link to read my Twitter Chat.
Pinterest for Authors Infographic #2. Connect with the Story. How to build your writer brand with Pins and Boards. Use Images to engage with your audience.
My Pinterest for Authors Infographic #1. Connect with the Story. Create an Inspiration Board to share how you approach your story writing process. What Images are triggering your Author’s imagination?
The weekly Twitter chat is the original Pinterest chat. It gets about 900+ tweets were session and as well as sharing their passion for pinterest these Twitter chats cover best practices, new uses and tools for personal and professional Pinterest use.
Pinterest for Authors: Step by Step instructions about how to design and create a Pinterest campaign using an incentive to grow your Author mailing list.
Follow the Conversation#pinterestforauthors Join me on TwubsTwubs URL for #PinterestforAuthors group: http://twubs.com/pinterestforauthors Head over to Twubs and join in the Pinterest For Authors conversation. You can participate as a contributor or join the group.
Pinterest for Authors Article at IndieReCon 2015 by Jay Artale. An extensive evaluation of how to use this social media network for author brands.
Thanks for finding your way over from IndieReCon This is my sign up page for my Pinterest for Authors Newsletter. Each month I’ll send you a brief update containing: Links to recent Pinterest Audits and Assessments Links to Pinterest Profiles for New Authors I’ve discovered on Pinterest Tips and Reference Information about using Pinterest to promote […]
If you’re an author looking to improve your pinterest profile and habits, take a look at how Author Elizabeth Gilbert uses Pinterest. I evaluate her Pinterest profile and books boards and give insights into how to make them better.
My Critique of Author Jeffrey’s Archer’s Pinterest Board. Learn from his mistakes and optimize your Pinterest Board and profile to engage your readers.
Here’s examples of how Laura Frantz uses Pinterest to promote her books without selling. By creating inspirational boards that are relevant to your story, you have a golden opportunity to engage and connect with your readers.