6 thoughts on “How to Grow Your Social-Author”

  1. I never even bothered with FB, to me that site will always be a disaster. Don’t get me wrong, FB itself is a great site, it’s the people there that ruin it for me. That’s me being anal though…lol. Anyway, as for IG, I find it challenging for sure to keep up daily and try to communicate with everyone.

    I agree that there are a few people on IG who are “show offs”, not a lot, thankfully. Most people there are amazing, giving and helpful. People like yourself! I’m proud to be part of the IG author’s community,though I know I could be doing a lot more to help out…I’m hardly providing any advice or doing much to pitch in. I’m not sure what I can do, to be honest, other than comment and like people’s posts lol. I don’t know, I just feel I could be doing a lot more.

    Anyway, I’m rambling. Thanks for the tips, I need to get my priorities straight – that’s my issue as of late. The scheduler syndrome sounds familiar πŸ˜›


    1. It’s so hard to keep up with EVERYTHING! You really just need to focus on one (maybe 2) and really pour everything you got into it! Still trying to figure that out for my own author journey (and my business too!) So much to do…so little time πŸ™‚


  2. Great article. I’ve also found IG is my favourite platform for connecting with other writers and sharing about my writing. I love how the content can be shared from IG to other platforms. I tried a scheduler too and didn’t get on with it. I like Preview though to see how my feed will look and prepare three or six images at the weekend to share during the week. But, I agree, I feel the holistic posts are better than planned. I’ve noticed that people like images with people in them.

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    1. I found that I get more engagement when I don’t post every day, despite popular demand. Schedulers are great but it makes it seem like it’s something you HAVE to do instead of something you want to do. And yes! IG is my fav! We gotta connect on there if we haven’t already πŸ™‚

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