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AetherPirate wrote:I started with zero Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr follows. Working on building a network. What is considered "critical mass"? How much of your sales would you attribute to social media?
TrinityWoods wrote:I like the way you write about things and explain things with promoting books as well as to just be yourself and learn from this site and possibly other sites where possible. I'm currently in a re-write and am using a free tool but not sure if I want to state what the name of it is because I don't quite know if we can on this page or not. But anyways it will be in the format of an eBook for now. I already have it out in paper format but it didn't sell very well for several reasons and I feel the main reason is because of the lack of advertising/marketing. It is on one of the best websites around but nobody knows about it so no sales or very few sales at the moment. So a re-write is necessary for this to be better and a better plan of action when it comes to marketing/promoting the book. I liked the idea of Twitter. I will be creating a Twitter account specifically for my book. This way it will hopefully land a fair amount of buyers. What other ideas do you feel could work best if not better than Twitter. I use Facebook but don't really know how to promote on their because there are so many things that they do or don't want you to do on that social site.
AetherPirate wrote:What do you think of running anAmazon ad campaign? Has anyone tried it? Worthwhile?
The longer answer is that nothing will be worth the money if your product isn't going to go viral and almost anything will pay off in the end if it does go viral. When specific illnesses spread, it's less how strong people happen to cough and more how contagious the germs in people's coughs are. A gross analogy but an important point, I think.
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