Twitter marketing works. No, really. It does. All those tweets and retweets and follows and hashtags can do a lot more than show you what Kim Kardashian is wearing and what felony Lindsay Lohan committed. Twitter marketing can be one of the fastest and easiest ways to spread the message about your brand, and you know, actually sell stuff. But you gotta sorta know what you're doing. And that's what Twitter Marketing Made (Stupidly) Easy is all about. Here's what you'll get in Twitter Marketing Made (Stupidly) Easy: Chapter 1: How to Make Money with Twitter We'll answer the biggest question businesses using Twitter have about this tool. How the heck do I actually make some money from this thing? (And we'll give you a 10,000 feet level view of what you should be focusing on in your Twitter marketing strategy.) Chapter 2: Keys to a Kick-Ass Twitter Profile Here we show you how to a) choose a Twitter name that doesn't suck b) optimize your Twitter profile for maximum awesomeness (and good places to link back to your website) and c) how to write a killer Twitter bio that makes you sound cool, compassionate, and somebody other people want to (possibly) buy stuff from. Chapter 3: Yeah, But What the Hell Do I Tweet About? This is where you get the Ultimate Punk Rock Marketing Brain-Dead formula for what to tweet, where to find stuff to tweet, and how to ensure you get a ton of retweets and traffic back to your own website or blog. (We also provide tons of free resources to find cool stuff to tweet about that takes less than a couple of minutes a day.) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory Zarcone. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/058697/bk_acx0_058697_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Feel like your book marketing efforts need a bit of a (social media) shot-in-the-arm?Tried marketing your books on Twitter with little (or no) success?Looking for a Twitter marketing for authors blueprint that gives you a step-by-step roadmap for when, what, and how to use Twitter?Well...look no further!Because in Lazy Writer's Guide to Twitter (Vol. 2 of the Lazy Writer's Guide to Social Media), we cover important and ground-breaking topics such as:Chapter One: What Twitter is super awesome at (and what it monumentally sucks at)Chapter Two: How to set up a kickass Twitter marketing funnelChapter Four: The ultimate "What to Post, When to Post and How to Post" cheat sheetChapter Five: How to build an army of rabid Twitter fans (in no time)Chapter Seven: Four tools & resources to make your Twitter life a helluva lot easierAnd so much moreAnd unlike most social media books - which are about as up-to-date as a TV Guide from the 80s - these books are updated with the latest, newest, ground-breaking social media strategies that ACTUALLY work!I know. Because I did a lot of stuff that didn't work...until I found something that did work.I'm a full-time author, myself, having published in a myriad of both fiction and non-fiction genres.And though I can't promise that you'll be able to quit your day job two days after sending out your first tweet - unless your last name is "Kardashian" - I can promise that this audiobook will give you the strategies, shortcuts, and techniques for broadening your author message and getting your name in front of that most valuable asset of all: your ideal reader.So, even if you've tried Twitter and had zero success - or never tried it and are a total Twitter newbie - give this audiobook a chance.Your author brand (and your bank account) might just thank you. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory Zarcone. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/120863/bk_acx0_120863_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.