Why You Want to Be Findable on Social Media

Good Findability makes Good Marketing and Good SENSE and includes everything covered by Veronica AND YOUR ONLINE GRAVATARS 😀

Veronica Bale

Findability ( … if that’s not a word, I’m making it one).

As an author, you’re an entrepreneur. That goes double (or triple, or exponential, even) if you’re a self-published author. The success or failure of your career is directly related to the effort you put in to make yourself visible to potential readers.

Never miss an opportunity for attribution

We all know that social media is one of the best ways to increase your visibility. But simply having a Twitter account, or a blog, or a Facebook page, or all three and more, is wasted effort if you are not making yourself findable. What do I mean by that? Well, for example …

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7 thoughts on “Why You Want to Be Findable on Social Media

  1. Posted this comment on Veronica’s site as well.

    Thanks for a great post, Veronica! One thing that think could help with the getting known problem, apart from your good advice, is for authors — or anyone else, for that matter — to make sure that their name appears on their blog page. So many seem to have cute names for their blog sites and fail to include their pen name or real name on their pages at all. This makes it hard to even ‘push’ their posts for them because you may not know who actually wrote it and it also puts me off responding to their posts because I don’t like responding by writing something like “Hi, The Cute Kitties, I found your post so useful,” or often the time for researching it.

    Am I the only person this bugs?

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