Self-Promotion, Social Oblivion – Article by D. G. Kaye

D.G. Kaye AuthorDebby posted this article on Wednesday and here is an excerpt with a link to read the whole article.

Today I’m going to share my thoughts here on the madness of social media, and book promoting, and our constant battle to keep up with everything social media to stay afloat with our presence.

I’m speaking for myself, but I know my thoughts are shared by many a writer. As writers, we all develop our routines, and although every one of us has our own methods of tackling our ‘to do’ lists, if we’re writing books, much of what we do will involve ways to market our books using social media.

With the explosion of new authors and books in the past few years, there are waves of cries to ‘buy my book’ in order to be heard through a sea of social media blasts. I sometimes feel as though I’m drowning in that sea. But I don’t wish to become one of the ‘hard sell’ authors, and I don’t even spend nearly enough time or dollars doing the amount of marketing I’m urged to do through all the social outlets I follow and with all the subscriptions I read from newsletters telling me about another method to push my books.

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I hope you will head over to read the rest of this interesting and helpful article and share with your own network.. thanks Sally

11 thoughts on “Self-Promotion, Social Oblivion – Article by D. G. Kaye

  1. Pingback: Self-Promotion, Social Oblivion – Article by D. G. Kaye | Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

  2. Lol Sal, I had to laugh. First of all, thanks for sharing my post on your blog. The laugh part? After all I talk about in that post, you’ve kindly added my books under the post. Lol, you’re the best! 🙂 ❤ xoxo

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