It's September and I am back with another guide for the bookish blogging community, and this time I am here to tell you all you need to know about scheduling tweets using Hootsuite and why you should! You may or may not know this, but for my day job fundraising in higher education I also manage the social media strategy for my unit. I have four years of professional social media strategy experience, and countless trainings and collaboration with others in the field helped me hone these skills to put them to work with my personal account when I decided to use it for my book blog back in April. I wanted to create a guide to pay it forward to the blogging community! Continue reading...
For the past few months I have been happily using my Scheduling Spreadsheet to prioritize and keep track of my review obligations (which has been life changing!). After adding a stats tab and sharing it on Twitter, I received a lot of positive feedback and thought that I would share this resource with the community! … Continue reading FREE Bookish Blogger Templates for Scheduling and Statistics
If you are on WordPress you no doubt rely heavily on your WordPress Reader to see all the posts from the other bloggers that you subscribe to; an RSS Reader is the same thing only you can add more than just WordPress blogs to your content curation! RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds offer another way … Continue reading How to set up RSS readers and why you should use them
Welcome voracious readers to my first guide & tips post, all about Edelweiss Plus! For those of you that haven't heard of it before, Edelweiss Plus is a free website where you can not only request digital review copies (DRCs, also known as advanced reader/review copies or ARCs) but also browse publisher's catalogs. Why use it? … Continue reading Edelweiss 101: Tips & Tricks