Creating Facebook Page

Created 7 months ago by Mia Carter with 4 comments
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Picture Alyson Forster · Author · added 4 months ago
I actually made a Facebook page for both my novel and myself as an author (aside from my personal account).  I used the cover art for my novel as the profile picture and found a banner with a quote by Stephen King that I liked. 

At the beginning, I would recommend creating a post about what Inkshares is for anyone that doesn’t know. Every time I made an update to my book, I would post it on Inkshares first, then share that post with my FB accounts. Even after finishing the draft, I would update on the editing process, things like that.

My first campaign (still ongoing for now) hasn’t been the most successful, but because of those updates, my friends and family could see how driven I am to get this finished and ready for publication. Now, I’m actually finding more of my friends that are willing to pre-order.

And, you can use it as a way to celebrate your accomplishments and seek advice or encouragement when you need it. 
Img 20160806 023915 Luke Fellner · Author · added 4 months ago
I haven’t considered Facebook yet, but I’d say putting the cover of your book as that top banner picture. I’m sure posting quotes from your book on a regular basis will really help.
35434221 10216932219082941 3867770766200143872 n Andrew Hennis · Author · added 6 months ago
I’m actually planning to do something very similar since one of my friends convinced me to do so, so I’d also greatly appreciate any advice that anyone has on this topic!
Head shot Mia Carter · Author · edited 5 months ago · 1 like
Hello! I am going to create a Facebook page under my pen name for my book. Does any one have tips and ideas on how to make it look? What to say? Anything that helps generate pre-orders???? Thank you!!!!