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Growth and Content Marketing

We’re all passionate about one thing:
attracting more engaged customers and exceeding your expectations.

We help authors grow

1. Daily tweets to over 185,000+ people on twitter

Every the tweets will be attached with Promotional Banner of your book and Book buy link of your choice (Amazon, BN, Kobo, etc.)

2. Get featured with a custom promotion Banner.

We will Feature your book details on social media, along with a customized Promotional Banner designed especially for your book.

3. Recommend your Book to 7,000+ Facebook Fans.

We will recommend your book on Facebook to over 7,000+ Facebook users from our Facebook Page BeingAuthor.

We might be biased, but we think our service is pretty great. Our customers think so too.

Here are some of the great things they’ve said about us.

"I am thrilled with your service! It’s been a month and I see significant improvement in my sales...”
Cathy Turney
Bestselling Author
"...my book was posted earlier today, and within only a few hours, downloads of my book increased drastically."
Grace Henderson
Children’s book Author
“I just paid for promotion of my second book. You had helped me with promoting my other book a few months ago and it was great!”
Dana S. Feldman
Freelance Journalist & Author

Why Being Author?

  • Daily Tweets to 185,000+ Readers
  • Targeted Book promotion
  • Promotion starts within 24 hrs
  • Reach the niche audience
  • 24/7/365 dedicated support

Free

0 Get FREE Book Tweet
  • One (1) tweet about your book to our followers on Twitter form our Twitter account.

Premium

$20.99
$ 16
99
Monthly
  • Daily tweets to over 185,000+ people online with a Custom promotion Banner for your book.
Special

The Official BeingAuthor Blog

The premier publishing resource for publishers, indie authors and book bloggers.

Science Fiction vs Sci-Fi vs Space Opera.

As a writer, my goal is to help introduce readers to science fiction. Logical, thought-provoking science fiction. Sort of “old fashioned” science fiction that can be enjoyed by many people, including those who don’t like Sci-Fi.

Indie Publishing versus Self-publishing

I’d like to propose a slightly different definition of both indie author and indie publisher. The real definition lies somewhere in between, and it’s not just semantics.