Authors need to know more than what kind of content to share on Instagram. When used correctly, hashtags can help authors connect with new readers and grow a massive audience on Instagram. Hashtags are how people find things that they are looking for on Instagram. It's also a fantastic way for you to connect with readers you might not have discovered otherwise.
More often than not, when I see authors struggling with Instagram, they are not using Hashtags or they aren't using them correctly.
I know it can be difficult to figure out what to post on social media - especially when you're a new author or if you're not seeing any engagement with your readers. With that in mind, I created a FREE download that provides 30 days worth of social media post ideas.
As authors, we are overwhelmed with options, opinions, and being told “this is what you HAVE to do to see success on social media!” But let’s face it, many of us simply don’t have the time. We can’t squeeze another minute out of our day!
I’ve talked with many authors who are only able to squeeze their writing in during their kid's nap time, or during a quick break at work, or in the very early hours while their family is sleeping. I want you to know that I get it and I’ve been there! When Isaac was a baby I was juggling the exhausting job of being a new mom, trying to work full time and grow our business.
This week we are going to round out our three part series on how to create a powerful and effective book launch. We've covered the Attraction Phase, the Promotional Phase, and today we are going to tackle the Follow-Up Phase.
Whether you’re self published or traditionally published author, you have to make a plan to continually drive awareness that your book is out there. Today we are going to focus on how to do that. I’ll share some ideas, some direction, and even give you a free download that ties all three phases of a book launch together.