Neil Baptista, CEO of Odyl, talks about what publishers need to do on Facebook to successfully interact with key influencers. Hear more from Neil at our Reaching Readers Conference on May 28 in NYC.
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Odyl is a new social media app that makes it easy for authors to integrate games, quizzes and surveys into their Facebook page — all in the hope of connecting with readers.