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Place social media addresses in your book

While not Twitter-292994_640everyone who reads your book will like it, most will – and some will absolutely fall in love with your writing and become a fan. Such fans are likely to purchase more of your books or to tell others about your titles. One way to ensure those fans stay up-to-date about your writing (such as when that next book is coming out) or mention you in casual conversation is to keep them informed via social media.

Because of this, you want to have a presence on a number of social media – a blog, Goodreads, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and so on. Just as importantly, you want to let your fans know those social media addresses.

A separate page at the end of your ebook listing those addresses with working links is a good way to reach those using ereaders.

For your paperback, a good place to put them is on your back cover. They’ll be easy for the fan to find and will stand out for others to discover. Of course, with all of the social media addresses listed above – not to mention others you may have, such as Shelfari and your pages on Amazon.com or Smashwords.com – the list might be longer than the blurb for your book! In that case, place those addresses on both your title page and on a separate page at the end of your book.

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