Salted With Fire:
Nancy LaRonda Johnson says,
Black magic, murder, insanity, humor, honor and devotion. Salted With Fire is a journey of flash fiction and poetry that shows my writing transformation from worldly to wanting to please God.
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1) Give your Twitter page some “bling.” By that I mean put wallpaper up for your background. Use any image that expresses your brand.
2) Find some people to follow that are recognized in the business. If they use hashtags, you should use the ones they use.
3) I’ve posted this before, but maybe it’s worth repeating. Clean up your Twitter Follower list once in a while. If people aren’t following you, it’s better to unfollow and find new people who are interested in what you have to say in those 140 characters. Here’s the LINK to that clean-up site.
4) I’m scheduling my Tweets now, so I can plan a few days ahead for what I want to put out about my blog or my events. It’s easy to schedule 2 in the morning and 2 in the late afternoon. The one problem: I have to reload the Tweedeck page a lot. For some reason the scheduling drop down freezes on me. If you know why that happens, let us know.
5) Keep your Tweets short so it’s easy for others to RT and lose some of your message.
Here’s someone who knows more about this than I do ( or care to).
Is Twitter worth the effort? Any data that says it helps you become more visible to the world of readers? Have you entered to win Nancy’s book?