We like to think we know a little bit about social media. Here you can find our videos on how to keep your platforms strong. To watch all of them, use the embedded playlist. To find a specific topic with regards to social media management, use the list below or the search bar.
E. Latimer talks about author branding–what it is and how you can build a brand for yourself!
Kellie Sheridan explores some aspects that every author site should have.
Erica Crouch talks about how to schedule posts on your social media platforms.
Today we’re talking all about social media and building your brand as an author.
Kellie Sheridan talks about the best way to get in touch with authors, bloggers, and industry professionals in order to create opportunities for yourself.
In this Sunday Special Live Chat, the WordNerds discuss the importance of creating an author platform, and how you can do it effectively.
In this Sunday Special Live Chat, the WordNerds talk about how to maintain secure while still having a platform that reaches many.
E. Latimer talks about how to handle those not-so-nice people on the internet.
In this BEA Armchair live chat, the WordNerds talk about all of the ways bloggers can use YouTube to expand their platform.
In this Sunday Special Live Chat the WordNerds talk about the many aspects of starting your own YouTube channel.
Kellie Sheridan loves all the things that help with productivity and organization, and in this video she shares her secrets for staying on top of your life.
Meghan gives a tutorial for basic vlog editing in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Meghan provides a tutorial for basic vlog editing in Windows Movie Maker.
Meghan talks about the four things you need in order to begin vlogging.
In this Sunday Special Live Chat, the WordNerds talk more about their individual processes for vlogging and running a YouTube channel.
Emma Kate talks about the three W’s of keeping yourself safe on the internet–WHERE, WHAT, and WHO.
Erica Crouch warns you to be smart about what you post on social media–you never know when a tweet may come back to haunt you.
In this Sunday Special Live Chat, the WordNerds discuss the appropriate ways to handle life on the internet.
Desiraye Williams gives a pinterest tutorial for those interested in utilizing pinterest for inspiration, but not sure how to operate it.
Meghan talks about some computer programs that can help you in your attempts to expand your online platform.
Kellie and Meghan join forces to discuss how to conduct yourself when talking to or working with people in the publishing world.
In this Sunday Special Live chat, the WordNerds talk about reviewing other people’s books on social media.
Rachel Sargeant shows you what goes into putting together an awesome bookish Instagram post.
Rachel Sargeant walks you through a day in the life of a bookstagram photo shoot. The insta: https://www.instagram.com/amodelwhosread/
Erica Crouch tells you all the reasons why you should start a blog.
We’ve all heard the advice that we need to be active on social media and build a following to help sell our books. Tonight we’re talking about whether that’s true, how to choose which social media to use, and how to manage it once you’re there.
In this Sunday Special live chat, the WordNerds discuss social media for writers–which sites you should be on, how often, and what kind of content you should be posting.
Jennifer Johnson-Blalock–literary agent with Liza Dawson Associates–shares a few ways to make sure you’re getting the most out of your Twitter experience.
After spending a decade working in book-adjacent jobs, Kellie shares some of her experiences in working with books, authors, marketing and more.
Kellie Sheridan gives three places you should consider for beginning to build your author platform.
E. Latimer talks about three Twitter mistakes that you should avoid at all costs.
Desiraye Williams talks about some of the best websites for writers to check out/utilize.
Calyn Morgan talks about the things that she uses to vlog.
E. Latimer talks about the importance of doing a couple of [social media] things well rather than trying to do ALL the things.
The first rule of fight club: You don’t talk about fight club. E. Latimer talks about how this kind of relates to publishing.
Calyn Morgan talks about the rise of writetube.