#Goodreads #Writing #SocialMedia #Writers
If you’re a writer, you should set up a profile on Goodreads (GR), so you can spin an attractive writer’s web. 26.21% of unique visitors to GR come from Google, so you want to fill your GR account with attractive keywords. Begin spinning your web with these high impact keywords:
The Great Gatsby
The Catcher in the Rye
The Hunger Games
Never Let Me Go
Water for Elephants
Twilght 5 (Not Midnight Sun)
Eat, pray, Love
* This list of words is based upon Alexa.com, current as of the original date of this blog, and will change.
After you attract people, you want to know where your audience might go from GR. The same four sites send each other the most amount of traffic, thus allowing you to create an attractive writer’s web.
22.67% go to Google, 12.17% go to Facebook, and 4.43% go to Yahoo.
4.15% go to Facebook, 2.34% go to Yahoo, and 2.17% go to Youtube.
7.86% go to Google, 5.36% go to Youtube, and 4.24% go to Yahoo.
8.44% go to Facebook, 7.62% go to Google, and 2.29% go to Youtube.
13.52% go to Facebook, 9.98% go to Google, and 3.02% go to yahoo.
Also, consider writing reviews on Amazon. Based on studies of overall increases of traffic to Facebook the average amount of traffic to Facebook increases by about .936% . Aside from that, after Yahoo, GR sends the next most amount of traffic to Amazon (3.42%).
So, to spin a Writer’s web, set up an account on Goodreads using the above keywords to attract Google and Yahoo, stay active or set up an account on Facebook, post videos on Youtube, and write reviews on Amazon.
Stay social my friends,