You can dream and wish for the viral success but in reality it’s not something you can rely on. Trust me, I hope every morning and every night that my books will explode in popularity, don’t we all, but the reality is you probably won’t get even close to that. However, you could try to implement the ‘pillar’ system. This is identifying Continue reading The Week # Friday 14th August
Back to the theme ‘Get that book out there.’ So there you are, you’re waiting for your viral moment to happen – you have got on with the Facebook angle, that’s the big one, and done a bit on twitter, another good angle to work if you know the game although, as I said, for the majority of us twitter won’t do much as it is for those that already have a big following – if you haven’t got an audience or you don’t know somebody who does have an audience then you are shouting out in an Continue reading The Week #Thursday 13th August
Hello everyone, sorry I’m a bit late getting this out today but it has been a very long day today! I will not bore you with my personal life, instead I will talk about the social media beast that we are all part of in some way. I’ve covered viral in the past, people going viral and all that, now I’m going to turn my attention to the tweeter monster lurking on most people phones, an app that allows everyone one of us to announce whatever is on our mind to a sea of humanity. A perfect example of this is the recent Rupert Murdoch tweet, after the attacks in Paris were seen as insensitive and anti Islamic even if the overall message was that the Muslim community should work together to deter radicalisation was a fair a point, a point Britain’s own waste of space Prime Minister has talked about this week. My point being, with this example, is that now the world is at the tip off everyone’s fingers – in quite a personal way as a tweet is such small messages – and in a few words you can’t really get across what your point is.