One of the great things about producing The Writing Biz is that I am able to get to know wonderful people. This week’s guest, Marci Diehl has become part of that group.
Marci joined me to discuss Best Twitter Practices For #writers, I will be honest with you up front the video is not full of tools and resources as some of my shows. The value in this show is to show you how you can create relationships through Twitter. You will understand how Marci creatively engages with her followers and has built her Twitter platform to not only use as a business tool, but as a place to have fun, too.
Get To Know Marci Diehl:
NEXT WEEK: Stephan Hovnanian will join us for Google+: Best Practices for Writers. Stephan is the author of four books that are all part of the Google+ Pro Tips Series. I think I have all four on my Kindle.
Resources and Tools to Help You Use Twitter In Your Writing Business
Rebekah Radice is one of those people who share great information on how to get the most out of social media. If you are not following her, you should be. This article: 10 Step Twitter Formula to Unleash Your Personal Brand provides great information
Here is How To Write The Perfect Tweet by Gerry Moran
This is an amazing post by last week’s guest Frances Caballo The article was posted on Joel Friedlander ‘s The Book Designer site, which is one of my favorite blogs. The Ultimate Guide to Twitter for Writers
Fantastic Twitter Tools:
Hootsuite (Free and Paid) Great for scheduling all of your social media.
TweetDeck (Free) Twitter tool for real-time tracking, organizing, and engagement
Twtrland (Free and Paid) Do you want to keep an eye on your competition? This can help .
One of my favorite recent finds is IFTTT . That stands for IfThisThanThat. I use to set up “recipes” that send all my new Twitter Followers to a Google Drive Spreadsheet and also to send all of my Twitter Posts to another Google Drive Spreadsheet. How cool is that? There are tons and tons of recipes that connect different apps. Love. Love. Love.