Hi everyone! I was wondering how many of you had Twitter accounts and if you use them to promote your pages? I often promote my writing on Twitter and often retweet and share interesting content from other writers as well.
One of my women's writers groups has a great system for sharing articles on Twitter. We put a hashtag with our group's name, (like #hubbers or something). Then save the search on Twitter. When you are signed-in you can check the saved search and see if there is anything new.
Do you have anything like this set up (or would you be interested in participating in something like that?)
I'll go first- my Twitter
I use Twitter to promote my writings on various sites.
My twitter name is AnamikaS
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