The Power of Social Media


I’m a Twitterhead and Facebook nerd.  I used to use the excuse that I only do if to promote my books, but the truth is, I talk about my books very infrequently on both sites.  I actually like the Social Media experience.  It’s fun, and I know that makes me uncool, but I promise you there has never been a moment in my life where I was cool, so nothing has changed for me.  To see what I mean by the power of social media, watch this video by Erik Qualman (despite the subject matter, it is exceedingly cool):

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One thought on “The Power of Social Media

  1. I haven’t tried Twitter yet but I’m studying it. If it were as easy as the video makes it seem I would sell several thousand copies of my book in just a few weeks. Truth of the matter is you have to know how to connect. Check out Charlene Li’s work.

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