Twitter is another great place to advertise. When you sign up for Twitter you get to choose your user name. You can choose your own name, a pen name or something really cool. If the name you want to use is taken, which happens a lot, come up with something else.
Fill out the profile information completely. Make sure to include a link to your author website. Add your profile picture. I use my page icon instead of my author picture, but that’s just me. If you are having difficulty deciding what to include on your profile, look at other authors in your genre and see what they have done.
Take some time every week or so to find other writers, book reviewers, and interesting people to follow. Try to find people that are prominent in your particulate niche.
Tweet a variety of images, posts, links, book reviews, author interviews, news articles along with a few self-promotional bits. When your stuff gets retweets or comments, publically thank them. It’s good form.
Use hashtags generously. #bookreview #author #freebookpromo #freekindle
The lists option is a nice way to organize the people you follow. They get a notification that you put them on a list and are often flattered enough to follow you back.
Twitter is a rapid-fire social media site. Tweet copiously!
Assignment: Set up your Twitter account and begin tweeting!