Are you interested in sharing your writing and personal brand with others? Chances are people are telling you to use social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
These channels can be excellent platforms to help you promote your personal brand and writing, but there is a wrong way to go about using them. Listen in to this week’s Online Writing Insider podcast (Social Media 101 for Online Writers) to get the lowdown on responsible sharing behavior (hint: it involves sharing only on sites you’re already active on, limiting sharing to only those articles and links you think would interest your followers and friends, and not sharing only your own work).
We hope our tips help you to develop a better online reputation!
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3 replies on “Social Media 101 for Online Writers”
Thanks for making a sound explanation on how to succeed on Online Writing.
It helps a lot, widening my horizon to create my own identity on the site where I’ve been sharing my articles.
Thanks for this advice. Good to know.
This is good advice. It really bugs me when a person never contacts me or reads my pieces but fills my inbox with their own issues and writings. I appreciate this podcast in many ways.