Friday, March 29, 2013

18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

How to monitor hashtags and interactions

By Clive Eaton @CliveEaton

Have you ever wondered if specific tweeps on Twitter are interacting with you in terms of retweets etc? Perhaps you are part of a group which has been set up to support one another. Often in these cases there will be some very supportive members, and then there's those who are looking for support, but are not so inclined to reciprocate. To weed out the less supportive ones is not that easy just using Twitter itself. However there is a tool, which I've been using, which does just that. You simply enter a Twitter handle, and within moments it shows you the tweets that particular account has sent out which include your Twitter handle. You can elect for the results to either include, or exclude, retweets.

That tool is hashTag Monitor.

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. Marketing Tips 4 Authors: How to monitor hashtags and interactions by @CliveEaton
  2. Five Habits to Avoid in Fiction Writing
  3. When is it overwritten? @JulietteWade RT @elizabethscraig
  4. Marketing Tips 4 Authors: Social Media Tools - Part 1 by @CliveEaton
  5. What Should I Do About a Bad Review on Amazon? by Dana Lynn Smith
  6. Think Like a Publisher: Sales Plans: @DeanWesleySmith RT @elizabethscraig
  7. Psychographic Twitter Insights Take Your Brand Beyond Mentions And Retweets
  8. Plot for Memoir Writers via Plot Whisperer for Writers and Readers
  9. When the Hero is His Own Worst Enemy–What We Can Learn from FLIGHT via @KristenLambTX
  10. 18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts
  11. When You Want to Quit Writing via @write_practice
  12. 3 Appositive Errors via Daily Writing Tips
  13. Blogs Still Rank Higher Than Twitter For Shaping Consumers’ Opinions
  14. What Makes Good Horror? @CraigDiLouie RT @elizabethscraig
  15. Historical Accuracy via Author Culture
  16. Journaling for writers: @getpulled RT @elizabethscraig
  17. 8 Bad Habits that Crush Your Creativity And Stifle Your Success via #copyblogger
  18. The First Step to a Quality Book–A Doubleday Editor Turned Author Speaks  via @KristenLambTX 

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Happy writing & running, Kathy

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