Saying No to Twitter: What Authors Need to Know – by Daniel Berkowitz…

on Jane Friedman site:

Tell me if this is a situation you’ve been in before: Your agent just sold your book to a publisher, and now you want to do everything you can to ensure your book’s success.

The publisher tells you to get a website and to get on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

You have a Facebook profile, and you’re not opposed to creating a separate author page, and you really enjoy Instagram—but you don’t like Twitter.

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3 thoughts on “Saying No to Twitter: What Authors Need to Know – by Daniel Berkowitz…

  1. Reblogged this on adaratrosclair and commented:
    This post could even be called “Saying no to ___ (Facebook, Instagram, etc.). I personally do not have Twitter or Facebook (etc.) on my phone. And I never will. I like the freedom of being unplugged. If I can’t immediately post something . . . that’s okay.
    Lapè ak trankilite. Pou mwen. Paix et tranquillité. Pour moi. 🙂

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  2. Chris, thank you! Great information and I don’t like twitter, but I have 2600 followers, and don’t have time for Instagram, although, I do have an account that I haven’t used except for once more than a year ago, but I still manage to have nearly 300 followers and that doesn’t even make sense.

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