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71 Twitter Hashtags All Authors Should Know

by BB

Twitter hashtags are words followed by the tic-tac-toe symbol in the Twitter micro-blog. Hashtags help your Twitter content get found. To use hashtags, just add them to your regular Twitter message and people searching that hashtag will to see your link. You can search hashtags for information you might be interested in, as well, then retweet those posts to your audience.

Below are a few hashtags all authors should use whenever appropriate in their tweets:

Children and YA
#kidlit
#kidlitchat
#MGLit (middle grade lit)
#SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators)
#yalitchat

Publishing
#publishing
#askagent
#pubtip
#askauthor
#getpublished
#indieauthors
#indiepub

When you quote a line from a novel
#novelines

Poetry
#poetry
#poem
#poet
#poetrymonth

E-Books
#ebook
#kindle
#sony
#nook
#pubit
#smashwords
#kobo
#bookbuzzr
#freado
#ipad
#amazon
#kindlechat

Your Readers
#reading
#booknerds
#bookbuzz
#bookmarket
#mustread
#bookbuzz
#whattoread

Weekly Chats
#WW (#Writer Wednesday)
#FF (#Follow Friday)
#fridayreads
#storyfriday
#teasertuesday
#samplesunday
#indiethursday
#readanindiefriday

While You’re Writing
#WIP (work in progress)
#amwriting
#amediting
#writingtip
#writer
#writersLife
#writeChat
#writeTip
#writingparty
#Storystarter
#WrMatters

Free Stuff
#bookgiveaway
#giveaway
#free
#freebie

General
#book
#novel
#nonfiction
#fiction
#paperbacks

If you write short stories
#short
#story
#shortstories
#shortreads

Genres
#litfic (#literaryfiction)
#histfic
#histnovel
#womensfiction
#scifichat
#scifi
#romance
#RWA (romance writers of America)
#memoirchat
#litchat
#paranormal
#crime
#suspense

Posted by BB on June 12, 2013 in E-book Marketing Tips