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Main Differences Between Book Marketing on Instagram and Twitter

The oft-repeated nonsense about selling books on Instagram

Every so often, authors on Twitter target another platform for being “rubbish” for authors. More often than not, it’s Instagram though more recently I’ve seen such criticisms thrown at other platforms like TikTok.

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MG Mason

MG Mason

Archaeologist by training, freelance writer by choice. The wrong side of 40 and still don’t know what I want to do when I grow up.

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