Social media may have started out as a digital water cooler: a casual place for us to share our stories and connect with our friends and family. But it has since grown into a marketing powerhouse.
No matter which social media platform you choose to focus on, a strong marketing strategy will help attract clients and prospective clients to you - inviting them to engage with your content and form a relationship with you and your brand.
And in a world where people are sick of seeing ads at every turn, those genuine relationships are paving the way to success as writers.
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