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So you've been using Facebook and Twitter to alert people to your book, and your posts and tweets seem to fall into a black hole – invisible to most of your friends and contacts. “Use your social media” has become a more difficult and complex proposition than it was just a few years ago. The elephant in the room, Facebook, is rapidly becoming more oriented around paid advertising and enhancements and less toward free notifications to friends, since without added financial juice only a portion of your friends see your posts. Investing in Facebook may or may not be...