Ain’t no party like a Twitter party…

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Hi again, writers!

Great to see you at the Muse today!

As Hannah and I mentioned during our Muse and the Marketplace panel, we’d love to host a Twitter party with all of you in the near future. Featuring live website critiques, Q&A, and additional social media tips, our Twitter party will give you a chance to put your new social media skills to work!

Before we can get going–and send you a proper invite with¬†details–we need a little bit of feedback. Please take a few minutes to share your feedback in¬†our Twitter Chat post-Muse survey. We’ll compile the preferences and follow up — more to come!

Take the Finding and Growing Your Online Audience/Twitter Chat Survey here.

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Finding and Growing Your Online Audience

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Looking to increase your presence on social media? Here’s the presentation that Hannah Harlow and I put together for the 2015 Muse and the Marketplace:

FINDING AND GROWING YOUR ONLINE AUDIENCE

as well as the list of resources every writer should use when getting started online.

Have further questions? Tweet to me @PascarellaSarah or Hannah @hhharlow!

 

 

Social Media Resources for Writers

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In advance of tomorrow’s Muse and the Marketplace panel, I wanted to share a few helpful resources toward finding and building your online audience. Fellow writers, bookmark these for future reference!

Of course, this list is by no means comprehensive — it’s just a starter to get things going as you start promoting your work and building your online readership!

Which social media and online promotion sites have you found particularly helpful? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment!

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