Social Media

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Places to Go, People to (Virtually) See

Not sure how to Approach Social Media? CARE about your Readers

10 Things Authors Need to Stop Doing on Social Media Immediately

Three Ways to Selling More Books with Social Media

Social Media for Children's and Adult's Books: Who Posts Where?


Blogger tips -  tips on how to get the most out of a Blogger blog 

28 Tips on Author Websites


Join our KIDLIT411 Facebook Group to connect with other children's writers and illustrators

Facebook Group Discussions of Writing Craft Books

Facebook Groups You Should Join

Why (Most) Authors Don't Need a Facebook Page


100 Twitter Hashtags Every Writer Should Know

Debbie Ridpath Ohi's Twitter Guide for Authors & Illustrators  

Twitter Hashtags Writers Should Follow When Seeking a Literary Agent

50 Twitter Accounts All Writers Should Follow



Facetime*/Skype- Lots of authors are using Skype and FaceTime to conduct author visits these days. It's cheaper, and although you don't have the same intimacy as when an author is in house, children get excited about being able to "talk" to a live author. 

*FaceTime is for use ONLY with Apple products.

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