Let’s Get Social!

15 min readNo I don’t mean you need to get out more. What I mean is: if you’re a self-published author with a book (or maybe a few books) and you’d like to see sell more copies, you absolutely have to be… Continue Reading →

Tackling Twitter, Part 2: Replying, Retweeting & Using the Hashtag, Oh My!

3 min readNow that you’ve filled in your bio, personalized your page with a photo of yourself, uploaded a background, and have followed others or found followers of your own, what’s left to do? Well as I mentioned in last week’s post… Continue Reading →

Tackling Twitter, Part 1

3 min read(Click here for Tackling Twitter, Part 2: Replying, Retweeting & Using the Hashtag, Oh My!) It’s hard for some writers to express a thought in 140 characters, but in today’s world of Pinterest, Facebook, and blogging it’s necessary. As The… Continue Reading →

Mother's Day Twitter Giveaway!

2 min readWe love books. And we love moms. So what better way to combine our two loves than with a Mother’s Day themed book giveaway? Today through Thursday, we’re giving away one book a day to a lucky Twitter follower who… Continue Reading →

What's Your Lulu Find?

1 min readTo celebrate our newly expanded open marketplace, we’re giving away a book a day to one lucky follower! From April 16 -21, follow Lulu on Twitter and tweet us your favorite Lulu find (make sure to use #LuluFind in your… Continue Reading →

Twitter Etiquette

2 min readEver since the world sat glued to the TV waiting for Oprah to send her first Tweet, I have seen more and more people join Twitter and get frustrated because they “don’t see the point” of it. There is much… Continue Reading →

Lulu Author Interview: Samata Angel

4 min readI am a huge advocate for social networking. My love of Twitter has kind of become a running joke around the office. Everything we do, I try to work in a way to utilize Twitter. In fact, our partner WeRead… Continue Reading →

Lulu Author Interview: Marty Wombacher

6 min readLulu.com is a pretty amazing website. We get tons of books, photobooks and other awesome content published through the site each day. When the site was smaller, I could pretty much see all of the new books that people had… Continue Reading →

Gain an Audience Using Twitter

2 min readOne key to selling your book, photo book or calendar is finding an audience who is interested in your topic. Website forums have been a good way to speak to people who share your same interests, but finding the right… Continue Reading →

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