Twitter, what a time suck, but if you’re like me, you’ve made it part of your writer’s platform. I created an account about a year ago and soon found out that my tweets disappeared faster than water in the desert. Besides that, no one retweeted me, I had few followers, and I wasn’t proud of my wasted time.
Then I found a great community that writes microfiction/micropoetry based on daily prompts. Use one of their prompts and they will retweet you. Since I’ve been doing this, my followers have increased dramatically. There are several advantages:
- Allows you to be creative,
- Puts you in an interactive community, and
- Gives your tweets purpose.
Give it a try! You can find the most of the prompts if you searching for Prompt Attention or Prompts.3
And make sure you follow me on Twitter! @AngelaLindseth