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From the Front Lines: How to make Twitter work for you

Five guidelines that have worked for me – and will hopefully work for you, too.

Using Twitter
Tips for writers using Twitter. Photo by Irina Shatilova/Shutterstock
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You will have heard from many people that writers need to be on Twitter. I don’t disagree. I’ve been on it for 11 years. I’ve also been the voice behind the handles of everyone from co-working companies to lingerie retailers to literary magazines, and, of course, I write my personal feed.

After all these years, I think I’ve finally figured out what makes Twitter work for me as a writer. And although I started using it with the idea of platform and personal brand, it’s ultimately not either of those things that makes Twitter the right medium for me.

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