I am just getting started on Goodreads. How do you use Goodreads? What advice do you have for getting an Author page noticed? I’m a complete novice, so let me know what you can add to this post from readers+writersjournal (which I reached through Chris the Story Reading Ape, as so often happens!).
3 Steps to Connecting with Potential Readers
by Carmen Amato, via Book Marketing Tools
Serious readers live on Goodreads.com, the giant social reading site, and so should serious authors. Goodreads, which was acquired by Amazon in 2013, likely will integrate more with the big retailer this year. That means a new opportunity for authors.
The key to Goodreads for authors, which has had some unfortunate incidents of fake review bots and author bullying, is to establish and maintain a professional and polished author presence. Goodreads gives authors numerous opportunities to build that presence but the site is neither intuitive nor full of handy guides or tutorials. In addition, building your Goodreads author presence is best done on a computer. The site has a suite of apps for tablets and mobile devices but these don’t have the same range of options.
Here are my latest hot tips for finding your…
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