Hashtags for Writers – Written By Dave Chesson

Dave Chesson informs us about hashtags for authors on the ‘Kindlepreneur’ blog. Thank you for your support, Dave.


Hashtags seem to be #inescapable. Like them or loathe them, they are a feature of modern life and are here to stay. But are they useful for you as an author? Can hashtags for writers boost your writing efforts on social media?

I recently explored social media for authors in-depth. However, hashtags for writers is a subject deserving closer treatment because choosing the right hashtag can make your tweet, Facebook post, or Instagram go further.

You’ll know that I’m no believer in ‘magic bullet marketing’. If you’re expecting hashtags to do the legwork of marketing your book or writing alone, you’re bound to be disappointed. However, I do feel they can play a valuable, supplemental role in your book marketing.

So what do you need to know about hashtags for writers?

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Changes to Amazon Advertising: What Authors Need to Know – by Dave Chesson

Dave Chesson informs us on ‘Jane Friedman’ what we authors need to know about the changes to Amazon Advertising. Thank you Dave!


Amazon is always looking for better ways to crank out a higher profit margin.

While some of their updates have been much to the chagrin of authors, recent changes to their book advertising system should help authors make better decisions about their ads and target their markets more precisely.

But it’s not all good. I’m leery of some aspects I think might be problematic.

To read the entire blog post, click here:

https://www.janefriedman.com/amazon-ads-changing/

Your Author Bio is a Powerful Tool to Build Your Brand – by Dave Chesson…

I found a trace to Dave Chesson’s article about author bio on The Story Reading Ape’s post. Check it out. It’s very helpful.

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on BookWorks site:

One of the fundamental things to get right when creating your author brand is your author bio.

After investing the enormous amount of effort needed to write a book, produce and publish a book, it’s essential that we brand and market ourselves and our work effectively.

Today, we’re going to look at writing a compelling author bio that turns casual readers into committed fans of your brand.

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