- — Dorie Clark (@dorieclark)Fri, Jul 18 2014 01:03:07Thanks - first, I'd love to hear what other participants think. What has worked for *you* in building your followibinderchatrchat
- — Dorie Clark (@dorieclark)Fri, Jul 18 2014 01:03:47For me, #binderchat friends, I suggest that 1) you need to tweet consistently; 2) and frequently. More tweets = more followers, truly.
- — Dorie Clark (@dorieclark)Fri, Jul 18 2014 01:04:50One of my best tips is taking one piece of content, eg blog post, and not just tweeting it once. Think of 5 dif ways. #binderchat
- Below: Dorie's response to questions on how to attract followers on Twitter. Quotes, for example, play big.
- — Dorie Clark (@dorieclark)Fri, Jul 18 2014 01:07:55Tip near to journos' hearts: think in terms of "pull quotes." What is one sentence that will intrigue? & thbinderchatink #binderchat
- — Carmen Mays, MPA (@CarmenMaysMPA)Fri, Jul 18 2014 01:13:11
- — Dorie Clark (@dorieclark)Fri, Jul 18 2014 01:14:23
- — Carmen Mays, MPA (@CarmenMaysMPA)Fri, Jul 18 2014 01:15:46
Best strategy for tweet content
Pet peeves on Twitter?
- — Linda K. Wertheimer (@Lindakwert)Fri, Jul 18 2014 01:11:59What annoys you most on how people use Twitter? My pet peeve: too much self-promotion. i.e. Buy my book now! #binderchat
#Binderchat No. 1 - Making Most of Twitter, Social Media as Writers
Dorie Clark, a marketing expert and author, fielded questions on how to use Twitter as a writer. Linda K. Wertheimer, journalist and author, moderated the half-hour chat on July 17, 2014. (This Storify is an edited version of Twitter stream but not the tweets. Created by Linda.)