In my experience, the author-reader interaction is far better on G+.
Publishers urge authors to get acquainted with Facebook, too.
In fact, I recently overheard (at the gym locker room, believe it or not), that one guy who just landed a book deal has to maintain a Facebook and Twitter presence for the book as part of the deal.
So, yeah, Facebook is a big thing for authors… or so we think.
If you’re trying to start a Facebook Page, the experience is a lot different than if you’re just a writer trying to get more followers on Twitter.
Why’s that? Let’s take a look, then see how five famous authors are using Facebook Pages.
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