3 S.R. Johannes: Friday's Marketing Round up!

Friday, March 20, 2009

Friday's Marketing Round up!

Here it is the weekly round up of my top posts on PR or marketing.

Also feel free to read through some of my past posts by clicking on the tag "marketing" or "interviews" to learn more about marketing your books or yourself.

Have a great weekend.

13 comments:

Kelly said...

I know I should join Twitter, but I'm afraid it will be a timesuck like Facebook...
Maybe when I have more to promote!

Solvang Sherrie said...

I read the Eric Carle article. I think it's great when it all comes together, even when you're not really trying. We still enjoy the Hungry Caterpillar around here.

beth said...

So cool! Thanks for sharing!

Corey Schwartz said...

I wish I had more time I want to read them ALL.

Wow, can't believe you are up to 44 followers!

A. said...

great resources once again! the marketing article on facebook article is particularly interesting. didn't know you could do all that...

cameron said...

Love the five fast Twitter tips. I need them too as I just joined and am a bit lost. I want to follow you Shelli, but I don't know how. I know, pretty dumb, huh?

Kim Kasch said...

I love the Google Hungry Caterpillar.

Haven't gotten into Tweeting - seems like hyperactive blogging. But, I do follow two tweeters.

I have a FB and MS.

I'm waiting for my manuscript to be picked up - fingers X'd.

PurpleClover said...

You moved me to start Twittering.

Sarah Garrigues said...

Thanks for the post. I also greatly enjoyed the interview with Sarah Davies.

As a fellow writer/blogger, I would appreciate your feedback on my blog, which offers several 'how to' publishing posts. You might notice a shout-out to you in my most recent post (March 21).

http://sarahgarrigues.blogspot.com

Sarah Campbell said...

Having joined Facebook a few months ago -- prompted by a college friend -- I have to say I'm not sold on it. Have you read Deborah Wiles' most recent blog post. I think it's called More Face Time. I think we all need to remember that everything isn't for everyone. Thanks for the links. Eagles and Turkeys was good.
Sarah

Lauren said...

I feel so old when I start hearing about twitter--and I'm not that old--and I'm a Director of IT so you THINK that I'd be on top of all these things. I keep thinking about joining Twitter. I think I will join once I start sending my stuff off to agents. That way if I get picked up I will have a backlog of tweets. These articles are very interesting.

Carrie Harris said...

I've just started using Twitter in the past couple of weeks. I can't say yet whether it'll be good for marketing, but it sure is fun. :)

Thanks for the links!

chandlermariecraig said...

I just started using Twitter and it's fun, but I'm not so sure that I'm using effectively.