Social Media

30 May

Sign-Ups Continue for 2019 #HarperCollinsLovesIndies Facebook Live Program

The publisher has also created a new hashtag, #TheHandSellLive, for the 2019 campaign, which booksellers can use to tag their videos on Facebook and when reposting them to other social media platforms.

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08 May

U.S. Retailers, Entrepreneurs, and Service Providers Celebrate National Small Business Week

Retailers and entrepreneurs are taking to social media to celebrate this year’s National Small Business Week, which runs from May 5 to May 11 and celebrates small businesses’ impact on the U.S. economy and culture.

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01 May

Snag Your Spot! Sign-Ups Continue for 2019 #HarperCollinsLovesIndies Facebook Live Program

In contrast to the previous two years, #HarperCollinsLovesIndies videos will focus more on hand-selling in 2019 than on store tours. This year’s livestreamed videos will air on Thursdays instead of Saturdays. 

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16 Apr

Marketing Meetup Recap: Influencer Marketing

The latest Marketing Meetup hosted by ABA covered the different ways booksellers can market their stores by partnering with local and global social media influencers.

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10 Apr

Bookstores Celebrate National Poetry Month With Social Media Posts

This April, booksellers nationwide are sharing their favorite poems and promoting poetry events on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram in honor of National Poetry Month.

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10 Apr

Bookseller Tips & Tricks: Promoting Pre-Orders

“We all know most pre-orders go to the ‘Big A’ company, even though those customers shop with us as well,” says Liberty Bay Books owner Suzanne Droppert. “We’d like to keep more of that business.” 

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19 Mar

Marketing Meetup Recap: Marketing via Twitter

In this Marketing Meetup, booksellers discussed strategies for promoting their stores on Twitter, which boasts 67 million users in the U.S. alone.

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11 Mar

Bookseller Tips & Tricks: Using Twitter to Promote Linking to Indies

“Indie bookstores are awesome, as we all know, and it’s a good day if we can raise their profile,” said Cathy Berner of Blue Willow Bookshop.

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05 Mar

Marketing Meetup Recap: Using Pinterest to Market Your Store

Last September, Pinterest announced it had reached a new milestone: 250 million users. In this Marketing Meetup, booksellers discussed strategies for promoting their stores on the social media platform.

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04 Mar

Sign Up for ABA’s March 14 Marketing Meetup

The upcoming online conversation will look at marketing on the social media platform Twitter, which has 67 million users in the U.S. alone.

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01 Mar

Bookstores Promote Women’s History Month on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

This March, booksellers are taking to social media to promote Women’s History Month, including by posting pictures of creative book displays.

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20 Feb

Marketing Meetup Recap: Best Practices for Hosting Ticketed Events

Booksellers discussed ticketing services, the best platforms for marketing events, and best practices for event grid pitches.

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19 Feb

Sign Up for ABA’s February 28 Marketing Meetup

The upcoming online conversation will look at marketing on the social media platform Pinterest, which reached 250 million users last year.

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13 Feb

Happy Valentine’s Day! Check Out These Romantic Bookstore Proposals

Bookselling This Week reached out to indie booksellers for photos of marriage proposals that have taken place in their stores over the years.

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07 Feb

Booksellers Stage Creative Book Displays for Black History Month

Indie bookstores around the country are creating engaging and educational book displays in honor of Black History Month.

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