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Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Twitter for Writers review (Tomoson)
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I read Twitter for Writers (Writer's Craft) in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The book was written by Rayne Hall.
I never thought about using Twitter for my books but I have used it for blogging and for mycapstone project.
Hall first discusses setting up your profile and how to tweet. Then tweet about your writing, your books, subject matter inside books. Don't do twitter drama though. You never know who is watching. Don't post personal info like phone numbet and address. Don't post too many pro.o tweets.
Retweet things you like. Yet be careful on the controversial stuff, which can affect your brand.
I also reccommend lists. I love lists. I have a list for Houston events, which came in handy when I was covering events. I have a list for Houston news so I can know what's going on. I have a list for celibacy to keep me motivated.
Follow authors and readers too. Use hashtags. I was told 1-3 per tweet is good during my masters.
Finally avoid promos via dm or direct message. And don't do those annoying automated dms. I used to and quickly turned it off.