Tag Archives: Twitter

Top 10 Things Writers Do Wrong On Twitter

by Katharine Grubb, 10 Minute Novelists  You’ve written a book! You’ve followed all the great advice! You’ve got your Facebook page and your blog set up and your Twitter account is up and running! You’re doing everything right, or at least you think you are.  The Facebook likes are trickling in, you get a few … Continue reading Top 10 Things Writers Do Wrong On Twitter

Top 10 Tips To Make Your Blog Title More RT Worthy

by Katharine Grubb, 10 Minute Novelist Everybody wants their blog to be noticed. But in reality, that’s a little tricky. According to Tumblr stats, there are 375 million on Tumblr alone, that’s one for every person living in the United States. That stat doesn’t count WordPress and other blogging platforms. Writers are constantly encouraged to blog … Continue reading Top 10 Tips To Make Your Blog Title More RT Worthy

Top 10 Reasons To Treat Twitter Like A Big Cocktail Party by Katharine Grubb, 10 Minute Novelist

Imagine yourself in a packed football stadium — one of the big ones like Gillette or Lucas Oil. Now imagine that every one in attendance at that stadium is shouting at the same time. They aren’t shouting to players on the field, they’re not even watching the game, instead, they are trying to get the … Continue reading Top 10 Reasons To Treat Twitter Like A Big Cocktail Party by Katharine Grubb, 10 Minute Novelist

Making Your Author Platform Work for You — A Guest Post by Rachelle M. N. Shaw

By Rachelle M. N. Shaw In such a highly competitive world of publishing, it’s no surprise that author platforms have taken center stage and become the foundation for any writer’s success. But who has time to keep up with all the Tweets, Pins, and Instagram posts needed to do so? The truth is, successful authors … Continue reading Making Your Author Platform Work for You — A Guest Post by Rachelle M. N. Shaw

Enjoying The Cocktail Party: How To Use Twitter to Engage Your Target Market by Katharine Grubb

Imagine yourself in a packed football stadium — one of the big ones like Gillette or Lucas Oil. Now imagine that every one in attendance at that stadium is shouting at the same time. They aren’t shouting to players on the field, they’re not even watching the game, instead, they are trying to get the … Continue reading Enjoying The Cocktail Party: How To Use Twitter to Engage Your Target Market by Katharine Grubb

How I Write: The Image, The Reality, and The Twitter Jokes

  This morning I woke up with a backache. I decided I would postpone the start of my day until after I felt better. So, what do you do with a little extra time on your hands? You hang out on Twitter! What luck! #HowIWrite was trending! I enjoyed very much reading suggestions from writers … Continue reading How I Write: The Image, The Reality, and The Twitter Jokes

13 Top Twitter Tips For Newbies By Katharine Grubb

Congratulations! You have a Twitter account! You were told to get a Twitter account to help promote your books. So you did.  What do you do now? So you’ve set up your Twitter account and you have a lot of questions on how it’s supposed to work. This quick primer will give you a few … Continue reading 13 Top Twitter Tips For Newbies By Katharine Grubb

Tips To Make Your Blog Tweet More RT Worthy (Gentle Suggestions For Participants of #MondayBlogs) by Katharine Grubb

Author’s note: I published this post a year ago, on my other blog,  just as I was seeing the wonderfulness that was #MondayBlogs. I still believe in this meme and still think a little shine and polish on our tweets could make the difference. Agree? How Can I Get My Blog Post Noticed? I participate … Continue reading Tips To Make Your Blog Tweet More RT Worthy (Gentle Suggestions For Participants of #MondayBlogs) by Katharine Grubb

How A Box of Knock-Off Grape Nuts Taught Me About Relevance

What lesson did your box of breakfast cereal teach you today? The back of our store brand, knock-off Grape Nuts had a large graphic illustration explaining, “The Internet and How It Works.” My children and I read every word (and I totally regret in the telling of this story that I didn’t get a good enough … Continue reading How A Box of Knock-Off Grape Nuts Taught Me About Relevance

What 10 Minute Novelists Means To Me — A Guest Post by Michele Mathews

This month 10 Minute Novelists is celebrating our first anniversary. To make it even more fun, we’re asking our group members to post what the group means to them. Today, Michele Mathews shares what she’s learned since being a part of our group!  A few months ago I saw a Facebook friend had joined a … Continue reading What 10 Minute Novelists Means To Me — A Guest Post by Michele Mathews

Do Author Ethics Matter? A Guest Post by Jane Steen

Jane Steen, a member of the Facebook group, 10 Minute Novelists, shares with us today about good practices and ethical behavior for writers. This is an important issue for everyone who has published either traditionally or independently. Please read and consider carefully Jane’s thoughtful suggestions on ethics for authors.  Read the Ethical Author Code here … Continue reading Do Author Ethics Matter? A Guest Post by Jane Steen

#Top10Tuesday Top Ten Ways To Start Conversations On Social Media

#Top10Tuesday Top Ten Ways To Start Conversations On Social Media  Your first objective in starting conversations on Twitter is NOT to make a sale. It just isn’t. So when you are making conversations on Twitter, you should ask questions that are NOT yes or no questions. You are looking for a friend. You need to … Continue reading #Top10Tuesday Top Ten Ways To Start Conversations On Social Media

Writerly Reasons I’m Thankful

  This last weekend my family and I celebrated with the rest of our nation. We stopped to celebrate and contemplate for what we were the most thankful. As a writer, I have a list too. I’m thankful that it’s super easy to get my words into the hands of readers. I’m thankful for great … Continue reading Writerly Reasons I’m Thankful