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Which Social Media And Marketing Tools Are Publishers Actually Using Successfully

Posted at 8:26AM Thursday 16 Jan 2014

"It used to be that you have to be everywhere, but now you just want to be everywhere that matters to you and your audience because the tools take so much bandwidth," said Penny Sansevieri, founder and CEO of Author Marketing Experts, Inc., an online book marketing and publicity firm, speaking at Digital Book World 2014 on a panel about which social media and marketing tools publishers actually use.

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