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My experience with Twitter Ads

January 9, 2016 – 5:58 pm | One Comment
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At the end of 2015 I had the idea to experiment with Twitter’s advertisement machine. It’s easy to find: http://ads.twitter.com. You sign in with your twitter account and there’s where you start.
You can set up all kinds of campaigns. I wanted one that got more traffic to my website so I went for that. (You can go into the ads site and look around without …

The Indie Author’s quick guide to Twitter

January 24, 2014 – 4:49 pm | One Comment
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In a new feature, we’ve decided to provide some quick guides to various social networks, from our social media based moderator (Kai).  Remember too, that we have our own Twitter and Facebook page, and will be launching a Pinterest profile for our members soon!
The Quick guide to Twitter
Twitter is a basic social network where you can post tweets, which are 140 characters or less.  Tweets …

Introducing the Indie Author Group resources

December 3, 2013 – 9:57 pm | No Comment

I thought I’d make our first post on the newly designed blog about our resources, so that people can join in with everything they can.
First though – the Indie Author Group was founded in 2011 by a group of writers – it’s founder Valerie Douglas soon recruited myself (Kai Wilson-Viola) and several other moderators.  Our current team includes Rik Hall, Paul Kater, Valerie, Kai, Andy …

Burnout city – population – me?

September 4, 2011 – 10:15 pm | 8 Comments

This was a hard post to write.  Not because I didn’t know what to write, and not because I couldn’t work out the slant, but because this week has been one of the hardest of my writing life.
And I’ve been writing for close to thirty years.
Burnout?  What’s that?
First, I’d like to address a couple of misconceptions about burnout.  It’s not ‘simply’ writers block, which, in …