Marji Laine: Faith~Driven Fiction

Social media has been an enigma for me, even though I’ve been doing it for almost a year now. I’ve made every mistake possible. Had no idea the faux pas I was committing, but I’ve learned that the social world can be forgiving of a newbie – thank goodness!

I’ve learned some important lessons, mostly from my own mistakes.

  1. Tweeting is not about self-promoting. While it’s a valuable avenue to tweet your current books and blog posts, it’s not created for constant self-promotion. I actually learned this lesson from someone else, but I’m guilty of the mistake, still, when I get busy. There is one person whom I have followed and I know the name simply because every hour, when I first joined Twitter and watched it constantly, a tweet begging for more followers and people to buy the newest book would cross my screen. Never anything else. No replies…

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