Top 10 Social Media Posts

If you are an author and interested in increasing your visibility to those in the publishing industry, then you need to make social media posts that have an impact on your specific target audience.

Here is a Top Ten List of Social Media Posts that had the biggest impact for me over the last 90 days:

10. I posted this quote: “Writing is an occupation in which you have to keep proving your talent to those who have none.” ~ Jules Renard (This quote was big for me, so it will be big for you.)

9. I posted a photo of me speaking at a UPS station. (This is good for authors to show that you are not just sitting behind a computer.)

8. I posted this quote: “Once writing has become your major vice and greatest pleasure, only death can stop it.” ~ Ernest Hemingway (Authors, publishers, and literary agents love quotes about writing.)

7. For International Book Week, I posted this: “Grab a book next to you, turn to page 52, then post the 5th sentence in your status. No book title needed.” (Authors enjoy doing things like this. Use your imagination and come up with an idea.)

6. I posted this quote: “What an author says in the morning will determine the rest of their day. What an author says to others will determine their image. What an author says in their books will determine their future.” ~ Ron Knight (Use this quote, or come up with one of your own. Try to use inspiring words to help your fellow authors.)

5. I posted this quote: “Publishing was never meant to be an author’s job. That is what publishers are for.” ~ Ron Knight (You can post observations of the publishing industry, just try to stay on the constructive side.)

4. I posted this status: “Just finished my 37th novel.” (It’s okay to be proud of what you are doing and share your good news. It inspires authors to feel like they can do the same thing.)

3. I posted this quote: “If you write one story, it may be bad; if you write a hundred, you have the odds in your favor.” ~ Edgar Rice Burroughs (This quote was big for me, so it will be big for you.)

2. I posted this quote: “There’s no such thing as writers block. That was invented by people in California who couldn’t write.” ~ Terry Pratchett (Warning: Some people did not like this post. But it was popular!!!)

My number one post in the last 90 days was this…

1. Telephone booths turned into libraries in the UK.

So there you go. Consider these posts, or similar posts, and watch your popularity grow while connecting with those in the publishing industry!

Ron Knight

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