Twitter is a gold mine for writers and should be part of every writers marketing plan. The world of
140 characters can be a little overwhelming however and so many writers get stuck with what to
post or dabble without using it to it’s full potential.
I’m a big lover of twitter and have obtained some excellent results using it. With a few simple tricks
you can too:
1. Use keywords in your tweets.
2. Be a resource for your followers.
3. Share links back to your website for list-building.
4. Share links to useful content.
5. target your audience. Connect with the right people and tweet WITH them.
6. Share the same content several times to ensure hitting different time zones.
7. Use hashtags.
8. Show your an authority.
9. Never take it for granted when people help you spread the word.
10. Start and follow conversations. Interact with other tweeters.
These are just a few ways you can make it so followers instantly recognise you in the sea of faces
that is twitter.
Jo Linsdell is a freelance writer and author of Italian for Tourists and other books. Find out more
about her at her website www.JoLinsdell.com