Why Have Multiple Twitter Accounts?

Why Have Multiple Twitter Accounts?

Why you should have multiple Twitter account. One radical difference between Twitter and other social media sites is the ability to have multiple Twitter accounts. So is this a good thing or an evil marketing ploy to deceive other users? Well, before I get started, let’s look at what the Twitter Rules say about this. Serial Accounts: You may not create serial accounts for disruptive or abusive purposes, or with overlapping use cases. Mass account creation may result in suspension of all related accounts. Please note that any violation of the Twitter Rules is cause for permanent suspension of all accounts. So it’s clear you can have multiple accounts as

Self Publishing Your Book For Everyone

Self Publishing Your Book For Everyone

Publishing in ebook and paperback If you are in any way connected to books, reading, writing on the Internet there is no escaping the range of debates about self-publishing. However, what has got lost is that self-publishing is not solely about Amazon, Kindle and ebooks. While it is super simple to ‘clack’ out a Word document and upload it to Kindle Direct Publishing, then see your ‘book’ published 24 hours later, this is not what I define as self-publishing. The book still lives. No one has killed it as far as I can ascertain, so if you are serious about publishing your book, why not do it well. The months, or in some

You’re Either Loved Or Hated

Critic

Everyone is a book critic One lesson I have learned since I began publishing my writing is that there will be those who somewhat like or tolerate what I do, those who love what I do and then well, there will always be those who really hate every single word I’ve ever written. And of course, they very often want to tell the whole world in no uncertain terms what they think. The best litmus test for reviews for me is Goodreads. A social media site dedicated to books and reading. No matter where a reader has sourced one of my books from – Kindle, Nook, Paperback, free or pirated –

How To Make Your Book A Bestseller

How To Make Your Book A Bestseller

A tongue in cheek approach to bestseller status Every author wants their book to rise above the slush pile, the mid-list and into the top ten of bestsellers. Why even settle for the top ten. Why not go straight for number one? However, it is quite surprising how few know how to achieve this simple feat. Really, it’s child’s play if you follow the following useful tips to make your book, no matter how good or long it is, a number one bestseller. 1. First, make sure you’ve actually written a book. Amazing how many potential bestselling authors miss this first step. 2. Too simple for some, but rule 101