What Makes Book Social Media Posts Pop Out? ๐Ÿ‘€

Well written social media posts for books are a given - you want to get your message across with keywords and hashtags that draw your audience. But what about the image that goes along with your posts?

In my personal experience, I see more book covers used alone within Twitter and Facebook posts more often than not. It's a good choice opposed to having no image at all, or an image that doesn't relate to the social media post.

The best choice is to have a display ad that combines your book cover with text that will motivate the reader to click on it and find out more.

Here are a few examples: (SCROLL PAST THE AD TO SEE MORE)


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Doesn't that look better than a plain book cover? TOOTING MY HORN ALERT: Mo (ContentMo) created these graphics for authors that use us for their book promos. Order a book promo that's more than $19 and we'll create one as a bonus!

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