Wednesday Wrap: The Week’s Top Picks
Facebook Cheat Sheet: Sizes and Dimensions: This first post isn’t new but it’s awesome. You can download a cheat sheet that will explain every picture dimension you need for Facebook.
Seven Ways Writers Can Build Online Authority with Google+: If you’re not on or active on Google+, get busy. Google+ is increasingly becoming a powerful social media channel for writers. The communities rival LinkedIn’s groups and Google+ Hangouts and Chat are cool options. Check out this wonderful post by Copyblogger.
How to Drive Traffic from Facebook (& Other Social Networks) To Your Website: How much traffic are you driving to your website, blog and Amazon? Matt Southern explains why social media is your best search engine optimization tactic in your box of tools and explains the best methods for driving that traffic.
How to Use Hashtags in Your Social Media Marketing: Posted on Social Media Examiner’s website and written by Rachel Sprung, this post outlines all the forethought and strategy involved in creating hashtags for your next social media marketing campaign.
What was your favorite post this past week?
About the Author: Frances Caballo is a social media trainer, blogger and author of Social Media Just for Writers: The Best Online Marketing Tips for Selling Your Books. She helps writers and businesses attain their social media marketing and public relations goals. Presently, she is the Social Media Editor for the Women’s National Book Association-SF Chapter and the Bay Area Independent Publishers Association. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Google+. Social Media Just for Writers is available on Amazon and at Copperfield’s Bookstore in Santa Rosa.
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