Category Archives: Pinterest Tips

Tumblr For Writers: A Picture-Perfect Marketing And Promotional Tool

Tumblr, meet Writer. Writer, meet Tumblr. While you might think that a short-form blog like Tumblr would be counterintuitive for writers, this photo-centric platform is quickly becoming a viable marketing tool for promoting your writing. If you’re ready to shake up your social media presence by creating a Tumblr account, we have all the facts… Continue Reading

Get More Web Traffic: Integrate Pinterest Into Your Author Website

With over 70 million users, Pinterest has become one of the most powerful and engaging social networks on the Internet. At the end of 2013, it was second only to Facebook in generating referral traffic—with more potential to drive visitors to your author website than Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and even StumbleUpon. We’ve already reviewed the… Continue Reading

Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, April 2014

Happy National Poetry Month! This installment of our Links Roundup features great tips to help you market your poetry online. Whether you create your own author website or we create one for you, we want to give you the best tools possible to build an effective online author platform and get your writing out there… Continue Reading

5 Mistakes That Lead To Social Media Burnout: How To Avoid Stress, Frustration, And Exhaustion In Your Social Media Campaign

You find yourself staring glassy-eyed at your computer monitor, your mind a complete blank. The thought of logging into your social media account makes you break out in hashtag-shaped hives. You’ve got it bad, my friend: social media burnout. You might think the answer is to simply stop using social media. But what you really… Continue Reading

Who Should You Be When You’re Online? Creating An Author Persona For Social Media

It’s no secret: Most writers are, by nature, a fairly introverted breed. We’re not all PR gurus or marketing wizards. But if you want to be successful in the current publishing industry climate, it’s vital that you have an online presence. Otherwise, the chances of people finding you and reading your work are slim to none. So… Continue Reading

Which Social Media Site Fits Your Personality?

You’re ready to take the plunge into the vast sea of social media, but how do you know which platform is right for you? With a variety of social networks to choose from, it can be difficult to determine which will make you float and which will make you sink. Here’s a little personality test… Continue Reading

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