PD14 will take place on Saturday 31st May 2014

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Thursday, 17 April 2014

Jo Linsdell to present "How to be Twittertastic"

Twitter is possibly the most misunderstood but most powerful of the social media giants. Join me on Saturday 31st May for my presentation where I'll be sharing with you tips for "How to be Twittertastic". 

Twitter is undergoing a HUGE makeover at the moment. Be one of the first to learn about the new design and features, and pick up some tips and strategies to help you leverage your Twitter presence.

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

FAQ's about Promo Day

When is Promo Day?

This year Promo Day takes place on Saturday 31st May.

Where does the conference take place?

Right here at The event is completely online with most of the action happening in the onsite forums. Throughout the day there will also be opportunities to join in promotional activities via social media e.g. G+ hangouts, Live Twitter chats, Facebook wall chats, etc... 

Is it really free?

Yes. Attending the event is completely free and open to everyone. All you need to do is register via the website and you'll have access to the forums.

How do I register for the event?

Just click on the "Register Now" tab (you'll find it located on the navigation bar at the top of the page) and fill out the quick online form. Once you've registered you'll have access to the forums and be able to set up your profile (upload an avatar, add a signature to show on all your posts, etc...).

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Can I invite other guests to the event?

Yes. The more, the merrier! Everyone is welcome at Promo Day. 

Who takes part in Promo Day?

Writers, Authors, Publishers, Editors, Freelance Writers, Illustrators, Book Cover Designers, Virtual book Tour Companies, Virtual Assistants, Avid Readers and anyone else interested in the publishing industry and/or marketing.

How can we become an event sponsor?

Go to  Once payment has been made you can email your materials.

Have other questions? Email Jo at 

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