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6 Steps To Overcoming Social Media Writer's Block

Posted at 7:53AM Thursday 04 Sep 2014

For self-published ebook authors, there's one aspect of marketing that offers substantial exposure at a very low price: social media. It's free, after all, and with social media, you can reach readers throughout the world.

But when it comes to promoting their brands via social media, many authors freeze up. They have writer's block of the social media kind. If you're guilty of this condition, there's hope. Here are some clear steps to make social media work for you.

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