Laura Christianson, facilitator for Take Your Blogging and Social Media to the Next Level, a Head Start Pre-Conference Track, March 25-27, 2015, has prepared a Social Media Round-Up Post for us!
If you know any writers who would appreciate some Social Media Tips, please share this post. Thanks!
SOCIAL MEDIA ~ USING AN EDITORIAL PUBLICATION CALENDAR
Do you plan your social media updates or take a haphazard approach?
Laura Christianson advocates for using a publication calendar. This article on her blog explains why an editorial calendar is valuable and provides tips and tools for setting one up.
FACEBOOK ~ CALL-TO-ACTION BUTTON
Facebook recently rolled out a new feature for pages: a call-to-action button. This handy button is perfect to use on an author page, to encourage fans to watch your book trailer, buy your book, visit your website, or sign up for your e-newsletter.
In this blog post, Laura Christianson walks you step-by-step through adding a call-to-action button to your Facebook page.
WEBSITE ~ PROS AND CONS OF ONE-PAGE WEBSITES
If you’re planning to create or redesign your website, check out the pros and cons of one-page websites – and view a one-page website created for Thomas Locke (aka, Davis Bunn), an award-winning author who will be teaching the Major Morning Track, “Taking Your Story to the Next Level.”
“Why You Should Be Wary of One-Page WordPress Themes” was written by Laura Christianson, who will facilitate the Head Start Pre-Conference Track, “Take Your Blogging and Social Media to the Next Level.”
Come meet Laura Christianson at Mount Hermon, March 25-31. Laura is serving as a mentor in the Head Start Pre-Conference Track, working with writers as a Critique Team member, and co-teaching an afternoon workshop.