How Authors Are Under Utilising LinkedIn

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A.S. Chung B&WPosted by A.S. Chung.
Award-wining author of children’s picture books A Brand New Day: about divorce and Wishful Wedding: about LGBT equality and same gender families. Creator of Pigeonhole Books and blogs about self-publishing, writing, online book marketing, peer bloggers and illustrators.


How much of LinkedIn do you actually use?

Browse through the “Interest” tab and what do you see? How many of those functions do you utilise to your advantage either for informational purposes or as a marketing tool to promote your books? Let’s explore some of these offerings.

A Company Page allows you to learn more about a specific company you may interested in. By following a business of interest to you, you can:

  • Learn more about the company, such as a publishing corporation, as you browse through their overview and any…

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4 thoughts on “How Authors Are Under Utilising LinkedIn

  1. Many business people love Linkedin, and it would be great if I had a store or business where people need to know my location. More than a few business people sing the prases of Linkedin, and I’m happy there is social media that is tailored to every different need. But as a writer, I’m a bit of a recluse.

    I was on Linkedin once. Never again. A few months after signing up for Linkedin, I saw a blog about googling your own name to see what’s out there about you. I was appalled! A whole barrel full of entities had information on me, and there was a map with an arrow pointing to exactly where I live. That seemed strange because I use a PO box address and not my physical address. After calling and emailing the first 10 entities slathering my information all over the screen, I was told repeatedly that my private information was given to them by Linkedin.

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