Frances Caballo, author of Social Media Just For Writers, on tour January 2013

Posted By on December 2, 2012

About Social Media Just For Writers

• Paperback: 140 pages
• Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 9, 2012)

Social Media Just for Writers: The Best Online Marketing Tips for Selling Your Books is the first social media book specifically designed for authors who are beginning to intermediate level users. The book provides easy-to-follow steps to gently guide new users while providing advanced techniques, tips and a review of more than 100 applications for more experienced writers.

By the time you finish reading this book, you will know how to:

  • Use Facebook effectively and efficiently to market your book.
  • Tap into Twitter to create and expand your tribe.
  • Upload and pin photos on Pinterest and use this social media network to expand your brand.
  • Easily manage your blog and reach new readers.
  • Use LinkedIn and Google+ with confidence.

This is what writers and editors are saying about the book:

“It’s the best and most informative resource on how to use the web, social media, and blogs for writers that I’ve seen in the marketplace. If they are beginners, they have everything they need to understand, build and use the web to promote their books, writing, and blogs, and those who are experienced will still find tips and resources that they will not have known about. It’s all there –in one book.” ~~ Linda Joy Myers, Writing Coach/Teacher/Memoir Guru and Director of the National Association of Memoir Writers

“This is a stunningly-good resource by Frances Caballo. I recommend this highly if you’re trying to sell a new book, planning to sell a book some day, or just hoping to be able to reach more readers. Frances Caballo knows her stuff and explains it clearly. Despite having 4000 Facebook friends, I need to do everything she suggests! It’s so comprehensive and so useful I’m going to recommend it to everyone I know. Not just writers, but fabulous for other artists and small-business people. Good work! Thank you so much for making life easier for us all.” ~~ Molly Fisk, Poet, Writing Teacher, Radio Commentator

About Frances Caballo

Frances Caballo is a social media trainer and strategist with more than 23 years of communications experience. Presently, she is the Social Media Editor for the Women’s National Book Association-Francisco Chapter; Redwood Writers, the largest branch of the California Writers Club; and the Bay Area Independent Publishers Association.

Frances specializes in social media training for users of all levels; sets up and manages social media marketing accounts for clients; provides coaching on clients’ social media marketing platforms; and blogs for clients. Her newest book is Social Media Just for Writers: The Best Online Marketing Tips for Selling Your Books.

Visit Frances at her website, connect with her on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+, follow her on Twitter, see what she’s pinning on Pinterest.

Frances’ Tour Stops

Monday, January 7th: Writer, Writer, Pants on Fire

Tuesday, January 8th: Write Stuff

Thursday, January 10th: Julie A. Flanders

Tuesday, January 15th: Writing Fiction

Thursday, January 17th: TheWriteGame

Tuesday, January 22nd: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman

Wednesday, January 23rd: Stina Lindenblatt

Wednesday, January 23rd: Creepy Query Girl

Thursday, January 24th: Nancy S. Thompson

Monday, January 28th: Tossing It Out

Tuesday, January 29th: allison writes

Wednesday, January 30th: Mina Burrows

Monday, February 11th: My Bookshelf


2 Responses to “Frances Caballo, author of Social Media Just For Writers, on tour January 2013”

  1. I loved the book and am looking forward to being part of the tour. Frances’ book is a great resource!

  2. Elise Frances Miller says:

    I do not see any reference to your book on “Creepy Query Girl” website. However, I find the comments on this page helpful – especially Molly Fisk’s. I have several artist and photographer friends who would find this book useful! In the fine arts, they have just as difficult a time getting their work seen as we do read!

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