As an author, this is where you share updates about your book, reading events, promotions, and anything else you want to share directly related to your life as an author.
How to Create an Author Page
- Click the “Plus” button at the top right of your Facebook account.
- Select “Page” from the drop-down.
- You will then be prompted to enter the name of your page, the page category, and a description. …
- Click “Create Page.”
- Upload a profile photo for your page. …
- Next, upload a cover photo.
By implementing the Author Tag on their websites, publishers can make it easy for Facebook readers to start following the author of an article they just read and enjoyed. This is a web development tool that connects the byline in a story preview in the News Feed to the writer’s Page or Profile with Follow.
Of all the social media platforms, Facebook seems to cause authors the most consternation. The generally accepted wisdom is that every author (some say every book title) needs her own Facebook page — a business page, not simply a personal profile. … Authors do not need a Facebook page.
Go to your Page, and click the Edit Page button. Click Admin Roles in the drop-down choices. Click the X next to the name of the person you want to remove. If you’re removing yourself, click the X next to your name.
Here are 12 great post ideas for your page:
- If you’re a writer, create graphics using your quotes.
- Post a review from one of your readers or a client if you’re a free-lancer.
- Share a book you love.
- If you do any public speaking, share the video or an audio recording.
What happened to Facebook Notes 2020?
I got the message “Creating and editing Facebook notes will be unavailable after October 31, 2020. Any published notes will stay published on Facebook profiles. However, any unpublished drafts will be deleted.” before.
A great author bio can prove to your soon-to-be-reader that you’ve got the background and the authority to tell a story that will keep them turning the page. On the other hand, a weak author bio can make readers overlook your book for an author who seems more relatable, credible, likable, or promising.
Are Facebook ads for books worth it?
Not necessarily – some industries can do better than others and Facebook ads can be a great way to build your brand and connect to your audience. And Facebook Ads can be critical to build momentum during a book launch.
How do I advertise my book?
Here are 10 ways to promote your book, even if you have no funds:
- Guest blog posts. …
- Blog & Podcast Interviews. …
- Make Your Own Podcast and Podiobooks. …
- Create a YouTube Channel. …
- Join reader groups on Facebook (and elsewhere) …
- Go On a Local Book Tour. …
- Promoted Posts on Facebook. …
- Use Your Mailing List.