Episode 176: Making peace with the internet. Practical advice for your digital presence, with Jason Smith of Social Shapes

Episode 176 May 13, 2022 00:31:05
Episode 176: Making peace with the internet. Practical advice for your digital presence, with Jason Smith of Social Shapes
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Episode 176: Making peace with the internet. Practical advice for your digital presence, with Jason Smith of Social Shapes
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In this episode, my guest is the Digital Marketing expert Jason Smith. In this conversation, we talk about the essentials of setting up a web and managing social media accounts for your brand as a writer. We talk about the best platform to use to design a first website, the importance of design aesthetics, and what the author needs to use their website for. We also talk about social media, how to make it not scary, what the functions of social media engagement are, how to choose the right platforms, and what kind of content to put on it.

This was a fascinating conversation, full of the kind of smart insights you need to get to grips with a website and social media as an author, I hope you enjoy it, here it is.

If you are listening to this before September 2022 and you are a Christian author please join us for the British Christian Writers Conference, where you can hear Jason speaking and talk to him about your digital needs. We will be at Ridley Hall in Cambridge on Saturday 3rd September, join us for marketing tips, craft insights, and encouragement for you and your writing, just search for The British Christian Writing Conference online, or go to: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/storycraftpress/636912

 

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