Answer: The way we tweet has been revised based on Twitter’s much stricter rules on repeat content.

There will be standalone tweets about your book listing on our genre- and/or category-specific accounts and (possibly) collective tweets about your book listing across some or all our Twitter accounts.

In the standalone tweets, the only book that will be mentioned is yours. These tweets will post every three (3) hours.

Standalone tweets will be posted to our main Twitter accounts (3) and up to seven (7) of our other Twitter accounts of your choice. We reserve the right to modify your choices if your book clearly does not fit in one, some or all of your genre/category choices.

In collective tweets, your book will be mentioned along with other books in an effort to try to get more tweets to post about your book listing. You will not have the option to instruct us as to which books you do and/or do not want your book to appear alongside in collective tweets. You can, however, opt out of being included in collective tweets.

Your book will be listed on our site in a standalone post, but it may (at our discretion) also be listed in several collective posts with a link to your standalone book listing. You will not have the option to instruct us as to which books you do and/or do not want your book to appear alongside in collective posts. You can, however, opt out of being included in collective posts.

Collective tweets will be posted to our main Twitter accounts and some or all of our genre/category Twitter accounts.

The best way to know for sure how many tweets we have posted on your behalf each day is to purchase a Tweet Stash. This is a spreadsheet that shows all of the tweets and retweets posted to Twitter about your book. At the end of your promotion campaign, we will email you a PDF of your Tweet Stash.