As part of our commitment to promoting our titles as widely as possible, we are delighted to be adding to our social media presence at the start of 2017 with three new platforms.
In addition to finding us on our website, Twitter and Google+, you can now connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn and our new blog. With 1.79 billion monthly active users, Facebook provides huge potential for promoting titles to friends, family and wider connections, and the professionally-oriented social network LinkedIn recorded another increase in users in the last quarter of 2016 to 467 million members.
Facebook and LinkedIn offer excellent opportunities to publicise Cambridge Scholars titles, and these channels will be used in close conjunction with our new blog. This is designed to provide the ideal platform for announcements about new titles, to publicise book reviews, and to provide notifications of any book launches, calls for papers and conference announcements to an interested audience.
We are excited to be extending our presence to these social media platforms, which will vastly increase our titles’ exposure and help to publicise our authors and their work on a bigger stage. Publicising our books through social media will also help to increase awareness of our titles to the lay audience, to improve page rankings (enabling the books to be found more easily through Google or other search engines) and to increase sales.
You can interact with us at any of the following social media pages in just a few clicks. If you have any news about your work you would like to be posted on our blog or feedback you would like to share, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to follow
To follow our updates on Facebook, simply click here and click ‘Like’.
If you are registered with LinkedIn, click here to access the Cambridge Scholars page and click ‘Follow’ in the top right of the page. You can create an account at www.linkedin.com if you are not already a member.
If you are already a Twitter user, simply click the link to @CamScholars and click ‘Follow’ on the right hand side of the page. If you are not on Twitter, you can create an account at www.twitter.com.
Cambridge Scholars Blog
You can receive all our updates by email by going to our blog and click ‘Follow’ under the heading ‘Follow blog via email’.