Reaching Out to New Readers

social networking

Bloggers are an author’s best friends.  

First and foremost – make friends with bloggers. There are bloggers aplenty all over the world. Feel free to contact them. Feel free to invite them to read and review your book. Feel free to request a guest visit on their blog and be sure to throw in a giveaway to help attract visitors. This helps fuel the flow of traffic to the blog and to your book.

Social Networking

Using FacebookGoogle+, and Twitter are great resources for spreading the word about your book and upcoming books but there are other tools as well.

Pinterest – a fabulous place to put your ideas and inspiration into visual teasers. Set up an account and starting pinning things that help readers connect with you as a person as well as author. Pin the pictures that inspire your imagination and your creativity.

And the best ever – Triberr!

Triberr.com is a social media platform for bloggers that will drive tons of traffic toward your website. Over the years, Triberr has grown and evolved. It has become a powerful traffic tool. I personally use Triberr and now have a reach of over 450K. I highly recommend using Triberr. So Tribe Up!

Reaching new readers is your goal so start socializing!

Happy Writing!


3 thoughts on “Reaching Out to New Readers

    1. Glad to hear you signed up for Triberr – it’s a monster traffic push and the folks there are awesome.
      I don’t know anything about Vampirestats.
      Nina, if you check into which Tribes push the most paranormal, you’ll benefit the most from Triberr. 🙂

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