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BookTweeter (An Authors Little Helper)

BookTweeter offers affordable Twitter book promotion for authors of every genre and with almost any type of marketing budget. BookTweeter goes beyond most other Twitter book promotion services in that it offers authors a permanent presence on its website and its other social media accounts: Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and Tumblr.

 BookTweeter also provides end-of-campaign statistical data to each author who runs a Twitter campaign, or Tweet Splash as they call it, through the BookTweeter service.

For contact information, simply direct interested parties to our website at http://booktweeter.com. They can submit our contact form if they can't find the information they are looking for on our website.


Below is my testimony for BookTweeter. Trust me, you won't be disappointed. Contact them now, you won't be sorry.


“I have been very happy with BookTweeter. I’ve watched BookTweeter on Twitter and other social media sites, and they never miss a beat. BookTweeter provides less stress for authors when time is an issue for promoting our soul projects. Thank you, BookTweeter! My life is much easier. LOL!”
— Until…,
author of “I Just Want to Write!

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  1. Thanks so much for letting others know about the Twitter book promotion service that BookTweeter offers. We really appreciate it!

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