December 19, 2019

Author Interviews and Blog Hyperlinks

A blog interview for an author can have many links included in the blog. The author can put the interview on their own personal blog or website for their audiences. Most writing programs on your computer, iPad, emails, texts, online newsletters, or blogs allow linking; look at the menus under editing or find the linking symbol. Both the interviewer and interviewee should add links to connect twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook page, Amazon’s Author page, Smashword author interview, and online sale sites Kobo, iBook, Sony, Barn&Nobles, etc. There are over twelve links for connecting to many audiences who share networking. Work the links into the text the book, Rhyonna’s Fright where Smashwords, Amazon), more information author’s site (Bobbie Kinkead) and their blog (BlobBlobandBlogging) to make easy for the reader to click. The interviewer offers links for sharing the interview at the end of the post. Always, keep links updated and keep a list on your computer, iPad, or smartphone for easy access. Blogging once a month is the minimum, do more if you have time. Also, you can link to back to posts already written and posted. 

The more links posted in the blog and on sites the more prestige on google searches because of the clicks readers use. Invite your readers to click on your links, not on google ads, unless the ad is yours, remember google gets the money. You get prestige by reader clicks. 


So what if you have an audience of 5 or 20 people on a blog, no worry, web surfers come, observe, read, share, and slide on through. Your audience clicks matter for your performance on databases, even if having many sites with modest audience interviews will still reach many people. On each blog, check the analytics for your post to find out how many viewers looked at the post. Your newsletters (I use MailChimp.) show the clicks you receive and on what links the reader clicked.

Author blogs, performances, and books with links I post in my newsletter, EVENTING…; the more places a book or blog is posted the better for expanding different audiences and stretching hyperlink connections. 

About eight years ago I heard a lecture about linking from the networking genius who programmed the first hyperlinking. When we surf the vast net we see what this innovation offers for us.



My round-about where my sites are listed, 

Bobbie Kinkead

2 comments:

  1. Here from the January IWSG. Hope your New Year is going great.

    Teresa

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