Tag: NetGalley Tips

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Canva 101: How to Use Canva as a Book Influencer

To help NetGalley members create strong platforms for sharing their book reviews, we’ve rounded up tips for starting a blog, Bookstagram, Booktube, and BookTok channel. Most of these posts mention the free…
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A Book Advocate’s Guide to Signing Up For NetGalley

Do you love recommending books? Do you spend your professional or personal time championing your favorite authors? Then NetGalley is the place for you! Start your book advocate journey here by learning…

How to Write a Critical Book Review

The NetGalley community loves shouting from the rooftops about books they’ve enjoyed, but it can be tricky to find the right words when talking about a book critically. We want to help…
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How to Recover After Tanking Your Feedback Ratio

We’ve all been there: A request spree happens, life gets in the way of reviewing consistently, and before you know it your Feedback Ratio has taken a nosedive. Since this is one…

5 Ways Members Can Make the Most of NetGalley

Here on We Are Bookish, I’ve talked about ways to improve your Feedback Ratio, write critical book reviews, spruce up your Profile, and more! Now that we’ve covered the best ways to…

Tips for Writing a Good Book Review

As many avid readers know, book reviews can be magical. Not only are they book recommendations, they’re also bridges to our fellow bookworms all around the world. Reviews offer a chance to…

Tips for Starting a Bookstagram

So you want to start a Bookstagram. For anyone unfamiliar with the term, a Bookstagram is an Instagram account dedicated to books. You can find a roundup of some of our favorite…

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