How The Whizbuzz BUZZ Works On Social Media

What's the book BUZZ on Whizbuzz Books

What does The Whizbuzz BUZZ page do?

The BUZZ page collects social media book postings made by Whizbuzz Books on its primary social media accounts.

New entries are added to the page within about two hours of posting on social media.

Book posts on the BUZZ page are in time and date order, but this order can change depending on the speed of the response to the page calls from Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, WordPress and Pinterest, so please wait a few seconds for the page to be updated as you scroll down.

You can scroll back through days or weeks of our social media postings by clicking the ‘Load More’ button.

RSS entries, however, will only stay visible for a few days.

The page works best with Chrome, Safari or Firefox browsers and works faster by choosing one social media network at a time.

Social media accounts featuring on The BUZZ Page

Twitter : @whizbuzz @Reader_Writer and @Indie_Elf

Facebook : The Whizbuzz Facebook Page

Pinterest : Whizbuzz Pinterest postings.

Tumblr : Whizbuzz on Tumblr

RSS : Latest posts on Whizbuzz Books on WordPress

More Buzz

Our secondary Twitter accounts that are posting books from Whizbuzz Books, @Justpublishing, @Vampireagatha  and @FebThe5th, which post rotaionaly every day can be tracked by using our More Buzz Page. This feed also tracks retweets from our own and from external Twitter accounts.

Other accounts that post on the day of publishing are not added to the BUZZ page due to technical limits, page speed and duplication.

However, Whizbuzz Twitter book posts on these accounts can be found by using Twitter Advanced Search or Search in Tweetdeck.

Keeping track

By visiting the BUZZ page regularly, you can keep track of your book’s primary promotional posts by Whizbuzz Books on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Tumblr WordPress and Pinterest and on the More Buzz page, you can track even more posts on Twitter.

Please note that the BUZZ page is indicative only, as calls to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Pinterest are cached for two hours and can be restricted by the number of feed output results from each social network.