The Gift Of Social Media
Writers are created to write, but when it comes to social media and marketing, we would rather have a dental cleaning. Today Bethany Jett shares some guidelines to help untangle the maze of why writers need social media.
More than once I have heard writers complain about being on social media, but Bethany shares how it is a gift for us. Before social media authors had to rely on more difficult methods to share their books with large groups of people, but now with a click of a button, we can share a graphic, links to our site, and a teaser about our book to thousands and millions of people at one time.
Watch the interview with Bethany below, and don't forget to download the 5 Tips for Nonfiction Writers and a gift from Bethany!
Why Do Writers Need Social Media? Interview With Bethany Jett ~ Tips From #TheWriteCoach
A Gift From Bethany Jett For You!!!
Bethany Jett is the Co-Owner of Serious Writer, Inc., and VicePresident of Platinum Literary Services where she specializes in marketing, nonfiction proposal creation, ghostwriting, and developmental editing. Her love for email funnels and social media led to her pursuing her Master of Fine Arts degree in Communication: New Media and Marketing.
Bethany is a military spouse, momma-of-boys, suspense-novel junkie who describes herself as “mid-maintenance” and loves cute shoes and all things girly. She blogs at BethanyJett.com on living a brilliant life. Check out her “21 Trade Secrets and Best Practices” course over at SeriousWriterAcademy.com.
Joyce Glass, The Write Coach, helps writers, entrepreneurs, and small business owners use the power of story to connect with clients. People may not remember what you say, but they will remember your story. Joyce takes her clients through the book writing process from the idea of a writing a book to the finished manuscript.
Many people become overwhelmed at the thought of writing a book or in the process. Joyce loves to help her clients break it down into manageable steps. Some people start multiple books, and never finish. Joyce helps you reach the finish line.