What you need to know about Twitter #Hashtags Infographic and LIST…

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  • #amwriting: Designed specifically for writers who are experiencing writers block and just want to relieve the anxiety.

  • #eBook or #Books: Gives the latest posts.

  • #Reading: Dominated by GoodReads users who are also on Twitter

  • #mustread, #read, #reading, #readers, #bestread, #greatread, #greatbooks, #weekendreader, #GoodReads

  • #Fridayreads: One of the most popular literary hashtags of all time on twitter. It even generated a global trend at one period of a time, it is still one of the best ways to find out about good books.

  • #Nook: Gives the latest posts according to Nook published books.

  • #epub, #ePub : Specifically for independently published authors, this hashtag platform promotes eBooks published on Smashwords, Kobo, iTunes, Nook, etc.

  • #Amazon: Considered the mother of all tweets. Here you can find everything Amazon related, most particularly books.

  • #AmazonKindle: Same as the one above, but more useful for sale of Kindle Devices and eBooks.

  • #kindlebooks, #Kindle Touch, #KindleBooks, #kindle, #KindleFree, #KDPselect, #Amazonlikes, #AmazonPrime

  • #KindleUnlimited: If your book is enrolled in the KDP Select program, this is where thousands of Kindle owners browse every hour in search of their next free book to download. As part of the new Kindle Unlimited program, anyone may now sign up to download free and unlimited amount of Kindle eBook for only $6.99 a month. #KindleUnlimited is therefore the most active book tweeting platform for readers and writers, and you can get involved too.

  • #Askagent: Literary agents are very busy people. Many of them are aware of this hashtag tweet and sometimes use it. If you want to converse with one or query them via Twitter, you may use it as well, even if it is only to ask book related questions.

  • #readwomen2014: This is a place for people to talk about the books they are reading, the authors they admire, link to relevant essays and articles and even share quotes from some of the books. It encourages people to read more books by female writers.

  • #indiebooksbeseen: Useful on Twitter only, this hashtag is also catching fire among indie writers online.

  • #WeNeedDiverseBooks: We Need Diverse Books “is a grassroots organization created to address the lack of diverse, non-majority narratives in children’s literature.” Writers and publishing professionals have teamed up to tackle an important issue. The best part of this hashtag is that the movement started on Twitter.

  • #writingprompt: Sometimes a 140 word or less prompt is all that you need to nudge you back into your writing action, and there is a community of writers here for you.

  • #bookreview, #lendinglibrary, #Share, #RT

  • #indie, #iBook, #Kobo

  • #99cents, #FreeBook, #bookmarketing, #EbookPromo

  • #author, #writer, #indiepub, #publish

  • #fantasy, #SFF, #thriller, #fiction, #nonfiction

  • #novel, #novels, #hardcover, #paperback, #Novel

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