The competition to be king of the social media hill is hotter than ever, and Facebook cannot coast just because it’s on top. Snapchat and Twitter are making changes regularly to try to woo users to their platforms. In order to stay on top, therefore, Facebook needs to constantly innovate.
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From Matt Banner.
Though I love print books I’m so often on the road that it’s more efficient to use my Kindle Paperwhite as a personal portable library for work and for pleasure. Authors send me advance reader copies (ARCs) for blurbs or review and books for possible publication with Misadventures Media. I wish they’d send me a MOBI file but, though it’s easy enough to do, they don’t even know where to start. So I ask for a Word doc and create it myself in about 15 minutes. Sometimes I put it off, though, and forget. So, no blurb. Sorry!
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Last November, I was finally convinced to try Wattpad.
Then, later in the same month, I wrote about Wattpad being a special “social media” platform for writers.
That was early in the game…
I had a relatively small number of folks I followed and there were some following me…
I have four books there; and, will soon have a fifth—one of my books, my novel, was getting reads and comments and all was productive and fun…
Then, last month, my novel jumped from 1,ooo to 2,000 reads and my followers jumped from about 300 to over 1,200.
Today, I have 3,200 reads on the novel and nearly 2,000 followers…
What happened was Wattpad decided to Feature my book.
Suddenly, being on Wattpad is “work” yet very welcome and productive work.
Back in November, my novel was being read in…
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