Think of tweets about your book listing as an advertising campaign similar to a television commercial or radio advertisement.

Networks/radio stations broadcast ads to everyone who is listening, regardless of whether all those people are interested in that type of pet food, this brand of paper towels, a specific restaurant, and so on. If someone does not know about this or that thing, they learn about it through an ad, and then they decide whether they want to disregard the information in the ad or learn more.

You should think of the tweets about your book listing as an advertising campaign, and you should want to reach as many people as possible. When choosing which of our Twitter accounts you do NOT want to have your book tweeted on, you should not exclude accounts simply because your book is not written in that/those genre(s).

There may be readers who follow this or that genre/category account who may show an interest in the subject matter of your book after they see our tweet (your ad), regardless of whether they are viewing our tweet (your ad) on the Twitter genre account of books they prefer or on the Twitter genre account where your book fits.

Please be aware that the more Twitter genre accounts that you request to have our tweet (your ad) excluded from the fewer tweeters in our network we will be able to expose your book listing to. However, we will honor your request to have our tweet (your ad) excluded from whichever Twitter genre/category account(s) you indicate, and we will not question your request.

Please note that as a rule, the following applies:

  • we only tweet about children’s books on @Reads4Kids.
  • we do not tweet about Erotica books or books with explicit sexual content on @Reads4Kids, @ReligiousReads or @YAandTeenReads.
  • if your book is 99 pages or less, we will tweet about it on @realquickreads.
  • if your book is $0.99, then we will tweet about it on @99centfinds.
  • if your book is enrolled in Kindle Unlimited, then we will tweet about it on @UnlimiteBooks.

BookTweeter reserves the privilege to refrain from advertising your book on any of its Twitter accounts based on the subject matter contained in your book.

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