Tweet, Tweet! 20 Fan-Growing Tweet Ideas For Writers | Web Design Relief

Using the social media platform Twitter is a great way for writers to build their audiences and gain fans. But the marketing experts at Web Design Relief know that the key to success on Twitter is to make sure every tweet isn’t a “buy my book” promotional push—you need better tweet ideas! People want to… Continue Reading

8 Poets With The Most Inspiring, Beautiful Author Website Designs | Web Design Relief

Move over, tech-savvy novelists and short story writers—poets are also making their presence known online and on social media! More and more poets now have social media platforms with lots of fans and followers, as well as professionally designed author websites where they can share content and connect via newsletters. And just as poetry can… Continue Reading

The Top 20 Must-Have Free Apps And Software That Writers Can’t Live Without | Web Design Relief

Most writers know that creating a great, memorable short story, book, or poem takes a considerable amount of determination, energy, and craft. Keeping track of ideas, edits, and revisions—while avoiding the temptation of social media and cat videos—can make it hard to focus on completing your work. Fortunately, there are lots of free apps and… Continue Reading

Writer: Using The “Wrong” Social Network Can Hurt Your Readership Growth | Web Design Relief

Social media is one of the best ways to build your author brand. While your author website provides a hub for information about you and your writing projects, using a good social network also lets you effectively engage your audience in real time. You can promote new projects, receive feedback, and build your fan base.… Continue Reading

How To Build A Strong Author Brand If You Write In Multiple Genres | Web Design Relief

While some writers focus on a single genre, there are many writers who dabble in multiple genres. You might write poetry as well as short stories, and possibly even essays. Or the differences in what you write may be more obvious: spine-tingling thriller novels AND warmhearted children’s books. At Web Design Relief, we know that… Continue Reading

5 Ways To Make Your Author Website More Searchable And Visible Online | Web Design Relief

Every writer should have an author website; it acts as your online “business card” and information hub. If a literary agent, editor, or reader wants to know more about you and your writing, they’re going to look for you on the Internet—so it’s important that an online search engine like Google quickly brings your author… Continue Reading


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