Social media strategy for writers2019-09-10T22:01:12+00:00

Social media strategy for writers

Connect with your current and future readers online

Social media is a great tool for writers who want to build their profile, increase their visibility and directly connect with existing and potential readers in the digital age. Whether you’re a published author or an aspiring writer, having an online presence will benefit your writing career.

However, making sure you’re consistently active on social media can feel like a real drag – especially when you’d rather be writing.

We can work with you to develop a solid social media strategy that helps you maintain a consistent online presence and connect with more readers, while taking the stress and hard work out of keeping on top of your social media.

Social media strategy session

An intensive two-hour session to develop a personalised social media strategy to suit your goals, the stage you’re at with your writing career, and the amount of time and effort you want to invest in your social media presence. In a typical session we would cover the following:

  1. Setting up and streamlining your author profile on Facebook and Instagram
  2. Strategies to reach more of your potential readers on these platforms
  3. Developing high-quality content that will resonate with and engage your readers and potential readers
  4. Organising your social media calendar to help you maintain a consistent and regular social media presence

You will leave the session with a solid social media strategy that allows you to start consistently building your online presence, and we’ll also provide you with some additional tips and tricks that you can apply to take your social media efforts to the next level.

$99

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Not sure if you would benefit from a social media strategy session? Contact us for a free review of your Facebook and Instagram author pages, and we’ll let you know where we can help!

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“Books don’t change people; paragraphs do, sometimes even sentences.”

John Piper