Writers use Twitter to engage with their readers, to promote their content and to talk to other writers.
In this guest post I present to you six time-saving secrets that will help you get started on Twitter today!
1. Create a bio like Neil Gaiman
Your bio should be easy to read, explain what you do, and how you can help readers.
Avoid writing a bio that reads like a sales pitch. A little bit of colour or humour goes a long way. For example, Neil Gaiman’s reads “will eventually grow up and get a real job.”