We looked inside some of the tweets by @thebookseller and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
60% of U.S. smartphone owners now visit their favorite social networking sites on a daily basis, up from 54% in 2011.
The @britishlibrary is publishing The Booklover's Bucket List: A Tour of Great British Literature, to highlight literary hotspots across the country, written by @CiTaggart with a foreword by @Tracy_Chevalier. Read more: https://t.co/51FZKsDyAi https://t.co/50KF2iUAfV
.@Gowlettronic leaves Hodder to launch a new Octopus imprint which "will be informed by real world outlooks and not publishing habit, and the imprint will serve those expectant audiences with books that meet their needs in creative and credible ways": https://t.co/CmAMrfF52n https://t.co/C3oULK76B7
Members of the trade say they are disappointed and will have to adapt their live events and office return plans after Prime Minister Boris Johnson delayed the easing of England's final lockdown restrictions to 19th July. More here: https://t.co/Fed34zdR15 (£) https://t.co/Xs3KAb00u6
.@FaberBooks is set to publish The Book Cat, a wartime tale based on real life story of Morgan, a cat who made his home at the Faber offices, written by @Pollylwh, and illustrated by @ClaraVulliamy, "Warning: expect sooty pawprints all over the furniture"! https://t.co/yuNZECtRza https://t.co/jepUOJpEyb
"It makes more sense to create one piece of content that is tailored where an audience is, rather than substandard content where an audience isn't going to engage with it." @IndiraBirnie discuses the importance of selecting the right content & platform for your audience #MPConf21
There has been a recent boom in podcasts promoting children’s books from @scoop_the_mag, @WeAreRocketHQ and @LizPichon, plus a new team at @dtrhradio. I took a deep dive into why they were launched and who they are trying to reach for @thebookseller: https://t.co/Ne0pAwZBNN 🎧 https://t.co/tAZkrGBVVr