Hashtags on Instagram serve as a sorting function to help everyone find what they’re looking for. Searching for the hashtag #marissameyer will call up all the photos that have been tagged with it. Ideally, that would mean books written by Marissa Meyer or photos which she is depicted in.
Discussion: 4 Common Book Blogger Insecurities (And Why They Don’t Matter!)
Discussion: 4 Common Book Blogger Insecurities (And Why They Don’t Matter!) - Today, I discuss things I used to, and still do, worry about as a book blogger. I’m my own harshest critic and I have so many insecurities about my style of blogging. I also discuss how I got over them. I would love to hear your own thoughts and experiences!
Book Discussion: Posts I Loved Reading As A Non Blogger - Although I began blogging four months ago, it feels a lot longer, and the direction of my blog has changed a little. There are a lot of dialogue floating around about ‘blogging niche’ and ‘finding your target audience’. I’ve always written about things that directly interested me, which I find is increasingly more blogging-related rather than bookish-related. Click through to read more
Bookstagram 101: The Equipment — Choosing your camera, accessories and props | Here's an overview to the different types of cameras and advice on which one's the most suitable. There's also talk about accessories that bookstagrammers might find useful.
Bookstagram 101: Real Time vs. Planned Content | There are different approaches and there’s no hard and fast rule but it is worth thinking about levels of spontaneity. Knowing which approach you choose will make it a lot easier to keep your bookstagram account going.
Bookstagram 101: Consistency is Key | Consistency is important in various areas. For bookstagram, I believe the primary point of consistency is focus and subject. The focus as the term bookstagram suggests, is books. That’s the starting point.