AuthorHouse UK presents How to Use Google+ for Your Book Marketing Part 1

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AuthorHouse UK Writer Advice Centre in a recent article highlighted the importance of social media in book marketing nowadays. In this article we introduce one particular social media platform for self-published authors to reach their target market.

You can create a sustained demand for your book using social media. You can start using social media wherever you are in the writing process —already self-published or still completing your manuscript- you can do it.
AuthorHouse UK reviews today is looking at one social media platform that is highly recommended for authors-Google+. Other creatives love this social network for its ability to show off their most recent work and simultaneously build a fan base. So why not authors too?

In this series of articles AuthorHouse UK Writer Advice Centre will demonstrate the top tactics for writers to use Google+. To brand themselves, to reach your prospective readers, and to establish an author platform; and best of all, Google+ is free, which is always a benefit for writers.

Original article via http://www.authorhouseselfpublishing.co.uk/authorhouse/marketing-tips/google-part-1

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