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HuffPo’s Andrew Losowsky Tweets about Social Media for Book Marketers

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How can publishers optimize their social media outreach? HuffPo’s Andrew Losowsky chats with Ed Nawotka on Twitter about how book marketers can maximize social media networks and influencers.

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Follow Pete McCarthy’s Tweets about Vertical Marketing

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Can big publishers use vertical marketing without re-organizing their marketing departments? Publishing expert Pete McCarthy chats with us on Twitter about this topic.

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Join PP’s Book Marketing Twitter Chats this Week

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Join us under #reachingreaders to discuss book marketing with our expert speakers, who will speak on May 28 at our Reaching Readers conference.

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Amazon Acquires Goodreads, Twitter Shock Ensues

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Amazon.com announced that it would acquire Goodreads, a social networking site for readers. Publishers and readers reacted with a range of emotion from joy to anger.

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Ether for Authors: Book Campground

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Porter Anderson’s weekly curation of the best of the Web for authors covers Sunday’s Book^2 Camp, previews O’Reilly’s TOC, asks if self-pub the new slush pile, and much more.

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Publishers Launch Frankfurt…By the Tweet

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Read the narrative that came out of Publishers Launch Frankfurt today, 140 characters at a time.

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Medium.com Crowdsources Twitter-like Content, Publishes It

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Twitter co-founders new online publishing platform Medium.com aims to aggregate crowdsourced Twitter-like content into searchable, consumable categories.

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What Can Trade Publishers Learn from Fanfiction?

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Fanfiction offers an alternative publishing model for community engagement, online interaction and the book business, argues Anna von Veh of NZ’s Say Books.

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What Makes a Children’s Book Great?

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The theme of Publishing Perspectives’ inaugural children’s book conference is ‘What Makes a Children’s Book Great.’ Follow the event on Twitter at #PPKids.

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LBF 2012: “Listen and Respond” on Social Media

Left to right: Joe Pickering, Julia Lampam, Tom Hall

A panel on social media at the London Book Fair tells publishers they can’t afford not be engaged on various social media platforms.

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