5 ways writers use Twitter

5 ways writers use Twitter
  1. Hashtag search, you can find a great range of topics to read about and engage in this way
  2. Twitter Chats – #IndieChat#CreativeCoffeeHour, and #StorySocial to name a few
  3. Don’t just repost blog articles, try for something more personal like

    hey .@blotsandspots loved your point about tweeting conversation links

  4. Get involved in the conversation, talk to people, don’t just like their post, comment on it
  5. Search for experts, this is a great way to find accurate information from professionals regarding a wide range of topics you might be using in your stories. Find a deep sea diver, a neurosurgeon, a barrister or a stay-at-home-mum by searching for those terms and then filtering through to people. It’s also a great way to network with other writers.

BONUS: Twitter conversations can make a great stand in for your MIA muse. Find a random tweet and use it as a story starter. This is a great way to find a new characters voice.

Takeaway – get involved in the conversation, use the search tools to your advantage
What are some of the ways you use Twitter to enhance your writing?

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