Recommended Reading on Book Marketing and Social Networks

Here are a few blog posts and websites I came across this past week on social networks and Internet marketing. Be sure to check out Storify and Ask a Guru.

Big List of Link Building Articles by Paddy Moogan – A large list of articles on building links to your website.

Ask a Guru: Janet Bray Atwood – A network for asking experts on self-improvement, transformation, health, money, relationships, and spirituality. If you are an expert on any of these topics, ask to be included in this bevy of gurus.

17 Tips on How to Use Pinterest by Steve Masters – – Always worth knowing more about how to use Pinterest to drive traffic.

Storify – Collect media from around the web and publish on Storify. Then embed and share. Details here – http://www.storify.comStorify users tell stories by collecting updates from social networks, amplifying the voices that matter to create a new story format that is interactive, dynamic and social. Discover meaningful social media from the best storytellers online, including journalists, bloggers, editors and people like you, too.

The Viral Power of Social Networks by John Kremer – – My first attempt at a Storify story.

Marketing on Pinterest by Jason Miles – – This infographic features the best time to pin, the best day to pin, and more.

The Viral Potential of Pinterest by John Kremer – Which bookographic on has had over half a million repins? And still drives 200 to 1200 new visitors to each and every day.

About John Kremer

John Kremer is author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, the Relationships Matter Marketing program, and many other books and reports on book marketing, Internet marketing, social media, and book publicity. -- .



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