social savvy contestAre you trying to figure out the best way to make social media work for you as a self-published author? Have you always wondered how to market your ebooks on Facebook and Twitter?

Don’t worry! Just enter Kobo’s Social Savvy Author contest for your chance to have all your questions answered!

One lucky winner will enjoy a two-hour social media intensive with Kathy Meis, founder of the social book discovery platform, Bublish.

041712_bublish_logoThe session will be customized to fit your individual skill level and needs. You choose the social networks you’d like to focus on and you ask the questions. Whether you’re a true social beginner or a connected author trying to expand your audience and reach, Kathy will help you move to the next level of social savvy!

To Enter

Fill out this form.

There can be only one submission per author. Contest entrants must have at least one title published through Kobo Writing Life.

Entry Deadline: November 15th, 2013

Kathy Meis is the founder and president of the social book discovery and commerce platform Bublish. She is a professional writer, editor and editorial manager with more than twenty years of experience in the media and publishing industry. Kathy is founding editor of Forbes MediaCritic, she ghostwrites business books and is a frequent blogger on the subject of book promotion, author branding and discoverability, including weekly contributions to bookpromotion.com. In 2012, Meis won the People’s Choice Award at the Startup Showcase at O’Reilly’s TOC Conference.

Full Terms and Conditions

The Contest is open only to legal residents of the forty eight (48) contiguous United States, District of Columbia, the United Kingdom and Canada (excluding Quebec) who have reached the age of majority in their respective jurisdiction at the time of entry (each entrant, an “Entrant”). Void in Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and where prohibited by law. The Prize consists of a two-hour social media intensive with Kathy Meis, founder of Bublish.

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