Great stuff from our friend Michael Dellert!
If you follow me on Twitter, then you know that I have more than 5,000 followers and frequently post throughout the day.
How frequently? Every two hours. But I do take a break between 10 pm and 8 am Eastern Time.
A typical tweet has a two-hour shelf-life. That’s not much. If you want to get your content noticed—whether you’ve written it yourself or you’re retweeting someone else—you need to tweet throughout the day.
But why Twitter?
- If you’re active on Twitter, it will refer a ton of traffic to your blog and website. (Twitter is my #1 source of website traffic.)
- There’s a large community of Indie authors on Twitter who are willing to help you promote your book and form supportive alliances. Endeavor to meet other authors in your genre, share blog posts and promote each other on Twitter.
- Twitter will help you market your books.
- Twitter is where…
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