Odyl and Facebook Marketing: Worth it for Authors?


For my next act I will gargle peanut butter!

What does it take to get your FB page noticed as an author? How can you market your brand name as an author and make book(s) more visible to fans and potential new readers?

Here is a company that appears to have a solution. Odyl has its eye on authors. From what I can see, it markets not only to the big six, but also to smaller publishing sites and indie authors through a fully integrated Facebook platform. What does this mean for authors? Take a look at what author J.T. Ellison has to say in a guest post on Odyl website. She’s not the only one touting its virtues. I scouted around the web and found several authors using Odyl to boost their visibility and sales.

I’m interested in seeing what it might cost for such a grand scheme. Sent a note to Odyl to have a look at prices and see if they have something manageable for new authors. I’ll let you know the results.  Have a look at the article from AllFacebook.

Facebook Marketing Tool Odyl Boosts Authors

3 thoughts on “Odyl and Facebook Marketing: Worth it for Authors?

  1. Thanks for visiting my website Jackie at shook. You business looks like an interesting concept and I’ll keep you in mind should I need to auction anything online! I have great news, too; Stealing Time releases on August 10, 2012! Only $.99 at http://www.musapublishing.com !

  2. I would be interested to know how you go with them, C.K. 🙂

  3. Nice of you to stop in Joanna Fay! Well, so far, I’ve signed up for Odyl’s “Riffle” which appears to be a platform for people to connect with authors specifically, but I haven’t seen any action yet. Still waiting a return email from them to see what costs might be for marketing package with Odyl. I’ll wait, watch, report what happens.

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