ReBlogging – What’s That All About?

Dan Alatorre’s blog post is highly interesting and holds some valuable information. Definitely worth re-blogging. 🙂

Dan Alatorre - AUTHOR

There's even MORE shit I have to do? There’s even MORE shit I have to do?

While you are building (or expanding) your platform, it’s a great time to polish, edit and add or delete whatever you want added to or deleted from your book. Plus, a lot of the time we have to make choices about what the blurb will say and what the cover needs to look like. Bouncing that stuff off a bunch of Facebook author page friends or Twitter followers or Blog subscribers is a great way to see what the feedback is – and spend no money to find out.

Part of the way you increase your base is by adding people as followers on Twitter, Facebook, and your blog, or whatever other social media you like doing. Most of you have blogs, so let’s focus there.

That's how it feels, yeah. That’s how it feels, yeah.

Look what happened when I posted and tweeted about my…

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8 thoughts on “ReBlogging – What’s That All About?

  1. Thank you very much for sharing my post with your readers! I agree with these two comments, too. I like a guest post, but reblogging is fast and easy – click, done. And it’s easy to go overboard, like that friend or parent who always sends you articles they think you’ll like, reblogging needs to be done with discretion. Thanks again for the assist and for the kind words!

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    • It was my pleasure to re-blog in this case, Dan.
      I too agree it’s important not to go overboard, as you say, it’s too easy. I too like to guest post once in a while. And talking about it: It would be such a pleasure to have you as a guest on my blog. I’m convinced you’ve got some great things to say.

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