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Weekend Writing Finds – They’re all a-Twitter

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This entry is part 10 of 10 in the series Weekend Writing Finds

This entry is part 10 of 10 in the series Weekend Writing FindsSocial media tools for writers Social media helps writers and especially authors get the word out about their work. Twitter can be a useful tool for writers but how many of us really understand its ins and outs? Do you totally get the…

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Weekend Finds – Benjamin Wallace and Twitter tools for writers

This entry is part 9 of 10 in the series Weekend Writing Finds

This entry is part 9 of 10 in the series Weekend Writing FindsSocial media tools for writers Social media helps writers and especially authors get the word out about their work. Twitter can be a useful tool for writers but how many of us really understand its ins and outs? Do you totally get the…

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Social Media Madness, the writer’s digital Waterloo

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series 31 Days Blog Challenge

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series 31 Days Blog ChallengeThe stereotype is that writers are a super-introverted, angst-ridden, egotistic lot who have no time for social engagement. That may be true for some, but there are just as many good writers who are, by nature, friendly, extroverted, and eager for social…

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I write fiction. I don’t need no stinkin’ social network.

Most writers are solitary souls: they inhabit their own universe apart from the rest of the world. The clutter of life is a distraction. All this new social media network stuff is nothing but quicksand guaranteed to suck your attention away from the important work: the book. So why bother to plug in? For sure,…

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What’s up with all this Twit and Luv stuff?

In the “just so ya know” department, I’ve stumbled across a couple of neat little applications that add some social media flavor to this blog. If you’re a social media maven, you’ll appreciate the addition of TwitThis and I’ll appreciate your ability to use it. If you’re a blogger, then using the CommentLuv application should…

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Down the Writer’s Path launches first Facebook ad campaign

One of the concerns of any blogger has to be readership. But doesn’t that become a concern for most writers? The first question generally revolves around defining who the reader is. Once that is figured out the really big question is where to find them. If you’ve noticed my Facebook profile on the left, then you…

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