5 Key Social Media Tips Every Writer Should Know

With social media now a staple in daily life, job seekers and other professionals are now using their social media pages to build their careers. LinkedIn is the platform most used for their career targets, and it allows people to reach out to potential connections.

However, other social media sites can help you with your career goals, such as Facebook and Twitter, for certain professionals like writers.

If you want to boost your writer profile online, here are some great social media tips you should consider:

Personalise Your Profile

If you want people to find you easily on social media, you need to make sure your profile is presentable, easy to remember and eye-catching. Use a unique username or URL to make you look more professional and update your profile to include all the information people need to know about you and your work. 

You can put in your subsequent work and your other publications as a way to excite people up as well.

Boost Your Content

Aside from modifying your profile and making it personalized to suit your brand, you will need to present your readers with good content.

Your content can be excerpts of your written work, where people can reach out to you and even your statement. Make sure to keep everything organised and easy to share so others can share your content with other people.

Always Engage With Content

If you want to become visible on social media, you will need to build a following. The best way to do this is by engaging with other users on content found on your page and on pages where you have interests.

Make sure to have some time to comment on these posts and let the conversations flow. As you keep up with the comments and posts, you may end up finding new friends and connections who may be able to help you reach out to the people you need for your work.

Check Twitter To Look For Publishing Agents

If you are writing your manuscript and looking for a team to help you out, you should check out Twitter. Use hashtags like #AmEditing, and you will be directed to users who share tips and tricks about editing and even literary agents looking for new talent.

Reach out to the ones that caught your attention and start discussing your plans for your manuscript.

Get Visual Content For Your Work

Don’t hesitate to invest in visual content that you can post on your social media. Photos and videos rake in deep impressions on any social media site, and it improves the way people get information about your work and yourself.

To Sum It All Up

Social media has a lot of benefits if you know how to use it properly. With these tips, we listed above, we are sure you can reach your targets that will help with your writing career. You have to be very patient; however, before you can see results, you will see the opportunities grow for your career once you get the hang of it.

Social media can help you or break you. Check out here on how to make sure you stay safe using social media to market your content:
How Social Media Can Destroy Your Business
Social Media: Friend or Foe?
Social Media – The Necessary Evil

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Thank you for sharing this valuable information. We all need to know this. Have a blessed day.


  2. capost2k says:

    Have to ask, is that YOU biting the pencil? 😁


  3. equinoxio21 says:

    Merry Christmas Peng Yu. 🙏🏻


  4. Social media is my bane. And I’ve been on Twitter for a bit, but didn’t really network when I was there. Will need to up my social media game. Thanks for this, Kally!


  5. Faye Arcand says:

    Great tips. I just get caught up in the time it takes. Any suggestions?


  6. Great Tips Kally!
    I’m thinking baby is here!
    Can hardly wait to hear your news.
    Hugs and love!


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