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  • Title: Twitter for Writers
  • Author: Rayne Hall
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  • Page: 182
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Use Twitter to improve your writing, network with other authors, meet fans, build a platform, gain exposure, find reviewers and sell books Rayne Hall has one of the best platforms any writer has on Twitter with over 50,000 genuine, engaged followers who enjoy her tweets and buy her books Here she shares practical advice, fun ideas, step by strategies for success andUse Twitter to improve your writing, network with other authors, meet fans, build a platform, gain exposure, find reviewers and sell books Rayne Hall has one of the best platforms any writer has on Twitter with over 50,000 genuine, engaged followers who enjoy her tweets and buy her books Here she shares practical advice, fun ideas, step by strategies for success and even the embarrassing mistakes she made This book is a great help to any writer who wants to use Twitter as a professional tool without wasting precious writing time Suitable for newbies as well as Twitter veterans, it shows you how to spot fake followers, guides you past the dreaded 2,000 follower hurdle, helps you throw a Twitter party and reveals the most powerful ways to promote a book.
    Twitter for Writers Use Twitter to improve your writing network with other authors meet fans build a platform gain exposure find reviewers and sell books Rayne Hall has one of the best platforms any writer has on Tw

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    1. Being new to Twitter, I found this book to be hugely informative It confirmed that my instincts about who to follow and how to engage were sound, it opened my eyes to a lot of what I hadn t yet put together The author has a wealth of experience not only as a writer, but as one who has become hugely successful at gaining engaged followers who have become fans and readers She goes to great lengths to demystify the experience while giving the reader access to all her hard won knowledge This is the [...]

    2. What a helpful book Rayne Hall s guide to Twitter for Writers is full of practical, targeted information and advice for writers from the newest newbie to those who use it regularly I learned something new in the first chapter thanks to all the linked resources she provides I love that the material is tailored to the needs of the busy writer and that Rayne includes her own experiences good and bad so I can learn from her mistakes She advises against using automated retweeting services, following [...]

    3. This book must have written for me because it chimes so much with my experience on Twitter The writer, Rayne Hall, has about sixty thousand followers on Twitter Really, to sum up her message in two words be authentic She describes the techniques that work best for her on Twitter, the pitfalls to avoid, and the mistakes she has made She has tried out a lot of strategies applications, which will save you a lot of bother and frustration if you listen to her Her focus is on gaining real followers Sh [...]

    4. I ve had this review to write for about a year That says about me than it does about the book But I ve genuinely wanted to review it all that time and now at last have done so That says about the book than it does about me.Rayne Hall is a professional working writer, mostly of fantasy, horror, historical fiction and non fiction, with a loyal fan base and an awesome cat called Sulu I m not a big reader of the genres that she writes in so her guidebooks on writing, and Twitter in particular, wer [...]

    5. I enjoyed reading this Writers craft book As I have been a Twitter user for some time I am glad to say I knew some of it The book gave me creative ideas to move forward with my Twitter account and how to engage with readers and those in a similar sector Thankfully I did know most of what Rayne s points in regards to what not to do on Twitter and how to talk to your readers This book would help someone who over promotes their work to gain a presence and understand why promoting all the time isn t [...]

    6. Most of the writers I know and most of the people I know are Facebook users, as am I We are members of various writing and editing groups, and we use the messaging function a lot It s also a way of keeping up with far lung friends and family However, I do have a Twitter account and a healthy and growing number of followers Most of what I know has been learned through trial and error, and I wasn t even sure if I was doing the right things.Twitter for Writers starts at the very beginning, with how [...]

    7. I write letters with a fountain pen.I don t own a cellphone.I treat my laptop like a glorified typewriter I know how to send and reply to emails but, honestly, most of the applications on my computer are a complete mystery to me.My friends think I m living a 19th Century life and I m inclined to agree with them.That said, as an Indie author of mystery novels it s long been apparent to me that I need to figure out how to use social media to engage potential readers At the suggestion of some frien [...]

    8. You ve written and published a book a lot of hard work and a huge accomplishment Then you discover marketing your book to your target reader audience is even harder Especially for authors of my generation, who didn t grow up and have social media at their fingertips since their teen years No worries, Rayne Hall has written a clear and concise book about Twitter explaining how writers can use it to the fullest potential I found Twitter to be intimidating at first I got better and comfortable wit [...]

    9. Twitter Love it Hate it Don t know how to get the best from it I thought I was doing ok until I opened this treasure trove of a book It doesn t matter if you are completely clueless or an advanced user, there is something for all authors in the book.Rayne discusses your Twitter platform and talks about increasing your followers by engaging with them and attracting them with your content She tells you how to make those brilliant images that some people tweet and how to let others to eavesdrop on [...]

    10. This is an excellent book for all Twitter users, new as well as the established It covers the basic functions as well as the advanced strategies Written from experience and trial and error Rayne Hall is also happy enough to divulge the errors she has made along the way which is encouraging for newbies who are concerned that making one error will mess up their account forever There are things in the book some of the advanced things I will never use such as Twitter parties I just don t have the [...]

    11. No Nonsense GuideThis book is easier to understand and follow than the typical book for dummies There is no fluff and puff, just straight forward what to do, how to do it, and why The book actually covers a broader range of topics than I expected and with clarity and purpose Thanks Rayne for sharing these insights.

    12. Have read through this at least twice and refer to it often.Extremely helpful, especially as I had no idea about twitter when I started, and still consider myself a twitter novice.A fantastic book, highly recommended.

    13. Twitter for Writers is the first book which I have read from author Rayne Hall s collection of Writer s Craft books This book is meant as a guide to the world of twitter as best suits aspiring and professional authors I like this book for many reasons and would recommend this title to any writer wanting to get the most out of Twitter.Hall starts the book with the basics of twitter How to get started and who to follow are just some of the tricks beginners can tweak before diving into the advance [...]

    14. Twitters for Writers is a very informative book Part of Ms Hall s Writer Craft series, this one focus s on using twitter as a platform for beginning authors to gain followers, fans and eventually sell their books.She used a concise style with wit and information she is not afraid of laughing at her own past mistakes as she learned the best way to create a viable account She walks you thorough the many pitfalls beginner writers can fall into, giving sound advice and simple strategies to maneuver [...]

    15. This is a useful guide for writers who want to use Twitter to help their writing and help sell their writing My full review is here peterfsblogs 2018

    16. Great ideas Has an easy to follow explanation of what you should and shouldn t do on Twitter Great tips for growth I plan to try her approach and see if it helps me grow my following.

    17. Would definitely be good if you don t know anything at all about Twitter I ve had a Twitter account for many years and have never really been sure what to do with it This book wasn t much help in that regard, but it did help me know what NOT to do if I ever do figure it out.

    18. This book has changed my confused and skeptical relationship with twitter to an enjoyable and productive one in a few hours 36 short chapters take you through creating your account to advanced topics like lists, managing your account, apps, multiple accounts, and staying safe Within each of these chapters, Hall gives information for beginners, a what not to do section, advanced strategies, and a section on mistakes she s made and how you can learn from them If you re a beginner, you can stick t [...]

    19. Readers who buy Twitter for Writers to promote their books may be frustrated that Hall s main advice is to not promote their book with their Twitter accounts At least, do so sparingly Instead, she walks writers through the steps they need to develop a loyal following who will want to buy their book and continue to follow them in the future.Hall knows her stuff With sixty thousand followers and several successful Twitter promotions under her belt, she s well versed on building an audience with fa [...]

    20. Rayne Hall starts her excellent book with a confession, made through one of the delightful illustrations that pepper both her book and her Twitter feed that her favorite social network is Twitter That makes perfect sense to me She was one of the very first people I followed on Twitter, back when I was a newbie She has over 60,000 followers last I checked This is in itself impressive, but even so the fact that it only took her two years to build this amazing platform.The whole book can be summed [...]

    21. Being relatively new to Twitter, this was the perfect no nonsense guide I needed I ve read a few of Rayne Hall s guides and I ve never been disappointed Definitely worth a read.

    22. Today I ve had this book one month via Kindle Unlimited, and I still haven t finished it in the traditional sense.Not even in the I read it and may reread it sense.I have read it, but keep having questions, which I then research in Ms Hall s book, or even tweet and see if she ll chat about whatever the bug of the day in my head is Usually she responds, and with very helpful information.Some things, changes in 3rd party apps, etc, are unavoidable, and she ll clarify if her recommendation has cha [...]

    23. Twitter for Writers is just what the name promises It s a thorough explanation of how to use Twitter twitter for writers.So let s just get it out of the way I am Twitter stupid I ve been on the internet for 20 years, nerding it up in every obscure corner I can find, but I have never, ever understood Twitter I never bothered figuring it out.But time and time again, I kept hearing about how Twitter was good for writers You could connect with writers You could connect with readers It was great, som [...]

    24. Essential Reading for Twitter Users Writers and non Writers This books shows you how to get the best out of Twitter, with recommendations on what to do and what not to do, plus useful time saving hints.Chapters are divided into easy to use sections, such as The Basics and Advanced Strategies There is plenty of space within the pages to jot down notes, and the typeface is quite large which makes it very user friendly, especially if you are using it as a guide whilst implementing the suggestions o [...]

    25. I wasn t sure what to expect with what I basically assumed was a How To book for Twitter or even if it would have information I could implement in my own twitter habit without being a serious writer In this helpful guide by Rayne Hall you ll learn how to not only use Twitter to improve your writing, network with other authors, meet fans, build a platform, gain exposure, find reviewers but also how to sell books Rayne Hall must be doing something right, as of February 2015 she has with over 65.5K [...]

    26. This book is a good introduction to twitter, but it sure looks like a lot of work After I read it, I looked at Advanced Twitter Strategies For Authors Twitter Techniques To Help You Sell Your Book In Under 15 Minutes A Day to see about finding some shortcuts If I had to recommend one of these two books, it would be Rayne Hall s one Its approach, while labor intensive, is at least authentic It s just too darn involved for my tastes I feel well enough connected to other writers already, through ot [...]

    27. Twitter for Writers is a great book for the beginner If you are looking for something to explain Twitter to you this book is great You don t even have to be a writer Rayne explains the basics, takes you through a few advanced uses and gives you her mistakes, which is very refreshing.Her ebook is great to get you going from start to continue as one can never really be DONE with twitter I would recommend this for anyone who is looking to use twitter as a marketing source.Twitter is the best way to [...]

    28. A Fantastic Guide for a Twitter NoviceThis is a great guide, especially for anyone just starting out on Twitter When I was first told about Twitter for Writers, I thought it might be just another pointless book with an interesting cover I was pleasantly surprised As a book cover designer, I still love the cover, but the content does not disappoint.What I like the most about the information that Rayne conveys is that it similar to my own ethics She tells you what she did wrong and what she did ri [...]

    29. This book was very good, and I found it to be incredibly insightful It should be required reading for all authors trying to make an impact on Twitter.In truth, it s not just for authors, either Anybody trying to use Twitter to market a product or service digital or otherwise will find value from this tome just replace author and writer with whatever you call yourself, and book with whatever you call your product There are loads of takeaways here some are quite obvious, but there are other things [...]

    30. Rayne Hall s Twitter For Writers is a practical and easy to read guide to the twitterverse for writters It covers a wide range of useful subjects and has sections for beginners as well as those who are knowledgeable about Twitter Rayne s humour adds to the appeal of the book, as does her witty parody of famous quotes and her accounts of her failed twitter experiments I am relatively new to Twitter and have found her guide invaluable learning about things such as lists, twitter parties and the d [...]

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