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Know your audience. It sounds so simple. We’ll show you how best-selling author John Locke used this principle and became a success.
If you want to level-up your Twitter skills here are seven of the best articles on the web to help you out. After reading these guides, you will become a true Twitter Ninja, Young Grasshopper.
Ok, so someone told you that you need to get on Twitter but you have no idea how. Here are 4 steps to get you tweeting like a pro. Don’t worry. This will be is easier than you think
If you are new to Twitter here are 7 people you will want to follow. They share helpful advice and many of them are authors so if you want a good example to follow here it is.
You’ve seen #PubTip on Twitter. Now find out what it is and how to use it.
No one cares that you are sitting @Startucks. They don’t care that you’re at the airport either. But they may still follow you. Why? In this post you will the answer and learn how to rethink Twitter in such a way to make your follower count soar.
Part of the appeal of Twitter is that it gives users opportunities to communicate with people they’ve never had access to before. Learn how Phenix & Phenix Literary Publicists used Twitter to connect author Andy Andrews with thousands of readers on Twitter.