Frequently, this will cause your blog to grow slower during the first year or so, but this will give you a solid base of readers and tend to speed growth in the following years.
Both social media and copywriting compose short bursts of information that encourage the reader to take action.
Let social media back into your life and experience the joy and freedom you can find through it.
Our lives in the world of Social Media are much like our characters’ lives in our novels. There are protagonists and antagonists as well as supporting characters and even those who only appear for a few brief scenes and then they’re gone . . . never to be heard from again.
Twitter has helped me grow in my craft as a writer. It’s also helped me connect with my readers in ways that wouldn’t have been possible in years past.
In social networking, the refrain of me, me, me, gets really old—really fast. Instead, focus your efforts on bragging on someone else. People will appreciate your selflessness.
When you follow up a face-to-face meeting with a friend request on Facebook or Twitter follow, you leave a lasting impression that helps concrete the relationship.
I’m not a total introvert, but I definitely prefer new people one or two at a time instead of in herds of hundreds!
Because social media can reach millions, it’s way too easy to think of it as mass marketing. In reality it’s about one-on-one relationships.
Social networking provides interaction with writers and readers. Edie Melson shares tips to help you ease in without overwhelming valuable writing time.