Nicholas Rossis teaches us how to tweet like a pro. Thanks a lot, Nicholas!
Author Steve Boseley, who has posted on my blog a guest post on the best time to tweet, recently published a post filled with tips on how to compose the perfect Tweet. I’m copying here his main tips, but I urge you to check out his complete post if you’re using Twitter to promote your books, as he also has some great tips on Twitter etiquete.
Tip #1: People Are Looking For Bargains
Here is what people are looking for on Twitter:
Notice a pattern? Yes, the two most popular items are discounts and promos, and free stuff!
Tip #2: Ask A Question
Phrasing your tweet is obviously paramount to its success. One remarkably successful way to increase interaction with a tweet is to phrase it as a question:
- Why it is important to always…
- Why you should never…
- What is…
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