Kristen Lamb, one of my favorite authors, bloggers, teachers, and so much more, published two blog posts I want to share with you. Kristen talks about Twitter. I thought it might be interesting for all of us to read what she has to say:
8 Ways to Make People on Twitter Want to STAB US IN THE FACE
Twitter used to be my absolute FAVORITE social site. Sure, I had a Facebook account but the real fun was always on Twitter…especially once I created the #MyWANA community so all the writers could socialize.
We laughed, talked about all the stuff “normal people” don’t get, and even had parties—*fondly remembers Sharknado Party of 2013*. We supported each other and pushed one another to be better and keep pressing.
***W.A.N.A. stands for “We are not alone,” btw.
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How to Use Twitter to Connect with Fans & Build a POWERFUL Brand
Last post was some tongue-and-cheek fun pointing out how brands (particularly author brands) abuse Twitter. Today, I want to shift gears and chat some about how writers—actually ALL brands—can use Twitter far more effectively.
Currently, too many writers are like Stormtroopers—lots of
shots fired tweets that hit NOTHING.
Admittedly, when I got on Twitter (practically when it was invented) I didn’t get it. I would—KID YOU NOT—freak out when people I didn’t know followed me.
WHAT? Are you, like, a stalker?
Yes, I was missing the ENTIRE point of Twitter. Hey, we all start somewhere.