Twitter for Writers

Posted: February 24, 2015 in Books
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Author: Rayne Hall

Published: July, 2014

Info: Use Twitter to improve your writing, network with other authors, meet fans, build a platform, gain exposure, find reviewers and sell books. Rayne Hall has one of the best platforms any writer has on Twitter – with over 50,000 genuine, engaged followers who enjoy her tweets and buy her books. Here she shares practical advice, fun ideas, step-by-strategies for success – and even the embarrassing mistakes she made. This book is a great help to any writer who wants to use Twitter as a professional tool without wasting precious writing time. Suitable for newbies as well as Twitter veterans, it shows you how to spot fake followers, guides you past the dreaded 2,000-follower hurdle, helps you throw a Twitter party and reveals the most powerful ways to promote a book.

Review: As someone who is attempting to grow a business, I think this is a good read. I have attempted writing a book in the past and hope to write again. However, the tips in this book are useful for many different areas, not just writers.

If any of you guys are just starting a business, I recommend this book. I search the interwebs when I first started, and though it has slowed I still do searches for tips on promoting BadPair and what not. One of the simple tips it give is about your profile picture. Now some may think it isn’t that big of a deal, but as it states if you leave it blank people will think your a troll or a robot.

It also talks about people using code to have an animated profile picture. Idk if I am alone, but I have wanted to do one. This book advises against it, as people may just move past it, thinking its advertising.

Another thing I liked is simple, but nice. Rayne Hall has written many books, amazon says more than 50 books. So, she has some experience.


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