Tag: SM: Basics

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Social Media Etiquette that Every Bookworm Should Know

Just call us Emily Post because we’re here to share some bookish social media etiquette. If you’re new to a social media platform, it can sometimes be tricky to find your footing…
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Social Media Tips for Libraries

Social media is becoming an increasingly vital way for libraries to connect with their communities. Here are ideas for how to use your social accounts in ways that highlight all your branch…
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Social Media Tips for Bookstores

Social media is becoming an increasingly vital way for bookstores to connect with their communities. It’s also a way to attract customers who aren’t local but want to shop with you virtually!…
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Tips For Hosting a Virtual Book Event

Virtual events have been incredibly popular in the book community over the last year—offering bookstores and libraries more chances to interact with their communities, giving authors new ways to share their work…
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How to Plan Content on Your Bookish Social Media Channels

Starting a bookish social media channel is exciting, but to help it grow you’ll need to produce content with some regularity. Here’s a look at how to start planning your social media…
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Dos and Don’ts for Your Bookish Social Media

As NetGalley’s Social Media Assistant, I spend a lot of time creating content for our social platforms, scrolling through feeds, and looking at posts from both NetGalley members and bookish creators that…
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Hashtag Tips for Book Influencers

Hashtags are an important part of sharing your book reviews on social media, but they can be tricky to understand. After all, every platform has different rules and etiquette around them. Here…
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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, and booktube channel. Most of these posts mention the free resource…
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Tips for Making Your Social Media Accounts More Accessible

NetGalley members use a wide variety of social media to spread their love of books. Unfortunately, social media platforms aren’t always the most helpful when it comes to encouraging users to share…

Tips for Promoting Your NetGalley Reviews on Social Media

NetGalley members know that social media can be an important component of being a book advocate. But it may be difficult to know the right time to share reviews, which hashtags to…

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