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The Top 10 Secret Buffer Features: Supercharge your Social Sharing

The Top 10 Secret Buffer Features: Supercharge your Social Sharing | SOCIAL MEDIA, what we think about! | Scoop.it
Get smarter with social sharing in 2013 and learn how to add social updates from anywhere.
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This post is not new, but always useful for many buffer user like me.

 

Neal Schaffer said: "When a startup is already publishing a blog post about how to hack their app for greater productivity, you know the future is bright ;-)" ... Yes, I totally agree with him!

 

I use buffer since the beginning and I like it. In this post I found few interesting things, maybe it'll be the same for you.

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7 Dirty Little Book Publishing Secrets that Every Writer Needs to Know

7 Dirty Little Book Publishing Secrets that Every Writer Needs to Know | SOCIAL MEDIA, what we think about! | Scoop.it

Paris Hilton has one. Rob Lowe has one too. Even Sharon Osbourne’s got one. 


Get your mind out of the gutter people — I’m talking about books.

 

Even with all their money, fame and extreme overexposure, these people (or, their people) went to the effort to become published authors. Why?

 

These celebrities already have more money than they know what to do with and dead tree book publishing is supposed to be dead.

 

So why do these celebrities bother to write (or hire a ghostwriter to write) a book?

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Why Bloggers Should Self-Publish

Why Bloggers Should Self-Publish | SOCIAL MEDIA, what we think about! | Scoop.it

I’ve published seven books in the past seven years, five with traditional publishers (Wiley, Penguin, HarperCollins), and the last two I’ve self-published.

 

In this post I give the specific details of all of my sales numbers and advances with the traditional publishers.


Although the jury is still out on my self-published books, How to be the Luckiest Man Alive and I Was Blind But Now I See (the latter was just published last month and is #2 for Motivation on Amazon’s Kindle store as I write this), I can tell you these two have already sold more than my five books published with traditional publishers, combined.

 

The rest of this article is really three discussions:

 

1. Why self-publish, rather than use a traditional publisher?
2. Why bloggers should self-publish.
3. How to go about self-publishing.

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What the eBook Revolution Means and How Copywriters Can Prosper From It

What the eBook Revolution Means and How Copywriters Can Prosper From It | SOCIAL MEDIA, what we think about! | Scoop.it

You love books. Printed books. And like most writers, you’re probably an avid reader who has spent thousands of hours with print books over your lifetime. Perhaps you’re mourning their passing.

 

No, print isn’t quite dead, but it is struggling. And when publishing is fully reborn, it will be utterly different.


As a writer, you’ve never stood in front of more opportunity than you do right now. As a copywriter, you are uniquely positioned to take advantage of this publishing revolution.


The world of publishing has already changed forever, and you must make a decision. Right now. For those who believe ringing the death knell is premature, I’ll call the honorable voice of History to the stand.

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