02181 2 awp twitter

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Presentation by Cynthia Hartwig of Two Pens on how writers can use Twitter to promote their writing.

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02181 2 awp twitter

  1. 1. RE-TWEET AFTER METwitter is Tailor-Made for Writers. March 1, 2011
  2. 2. Let’s look at some successful writer role models with clear brand identities.
  3. 3. AUSTIN KLEON. A WRITER WHODRAWS. 3
  4. 4. SUSAN ORLEAN. WRITER, WRITER, WRITER. 4
  5. 5. COLSON WHITEHEAD. JUST ANOTHER DOWNON HIS LUCK CARNY WITH A POCKETFULL OFBROKEN DREAMS. 5
  6. 6. JENNIFER WEINER. I HAVE A BEST-SELLING WOMAN PIE HOLE AND I’MNOT AFRAID TO USE IT. 6
  7. 7. MULTIPLE PERSONAS WILL FRACTURE YOUR IDENTITY.
  8. 8. PROFILING 101:•USE YOUR NAME AS YOUR HANDLE.•PROVE YOU’RE HUMAN WITH A PHOTO.
  9. 9. RETWEET AFTER ME: GO TO TWITTERGLOSSARY FOR HELP #Hashtags Retweeting Direct Response vs. @Reply Following vs. Followers
  10. 10. SUCCESSFUL TWEETERS:• Stick to one or two topics• Are masters of brevity• Use wit to play with language
  11. 11. Focus your Twitter identityon 1-2 passions or interests.
  12. 12. RE-TWEET AFTER ME: SUSAN ORLEAN • Just watched the premier of “The Killing”. Nice and creepy. Looking forward to more nice creepiness Sun.. • Leaving Alaska tonight. Wonderful trip – and not just because of the fur-bra sighting. #fuzzyfoundationgarments • Very excited to do a panel with the amazing Edwidge Danticat tomorrow at the Women Writers Festival at Notre Dame.
  13. 13. THANK YOUFollow @cynthiahartwig and @TwoPens2 on Twitter www.twopens.com

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