Friday, April 11, 2014

Book Blogger Hop - 4/11 - 4/17



 Question of the Week:

What do you think is the best book marketing tool? Blog, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Goodreads?

My Answer:

I think the best marketing tool is THE BLOG.

The second best marketing tool is Goodreads.

Facebook and Twitter are ok, but if you aren't friends with someone, how will they know about the book?

Pinterest is last in my opinion.

Looking forward to these answers. 




 

9 comments:

  1. Blogs are a great tool. I think Twitter and Facebook are probably second behind blogs.

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  2. I agree Twitter and Facebook are probably second. Goodreads is a perfect place to keep up with the books I've read, but not sure as many people follow what I've posted.
    I also post reviews to Google, and have a growing audience with them.

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  3. THANKS for stopping, Annette.

    Goodreads is the best. I really don't like Twitter. It is too hard to follow for me. :)

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  4. Hi Elizabeth :) I couldn't agree more with book blogs being the #1 marketing tool. Thanks for stopping by my blog; I've followed yours in return ;)

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  5. We've got pretty much the same thoughts. Blogs and Goodreads -- helping TBR lists grow in epic proportions daily.

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  6. We've got pretty much the same thoughts. Blogs and Goodreads -- helping TBR lists grow in epic proportions daily.

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  7. Thanks for stopping, livingonborroweddays.

    Blogs are awesome.

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  8. Oh yes, Page....TBR keeps growing and growing. :)

    THANKS for stopping by.

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