- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 244 KB
- Print Length: 80 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Crabbit Publishing (Nicola Morgan); 2 - REVISED EDITION edition (27 Nov. 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005GRATNU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 55 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #176,173 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tweet Right - The Sensible Person's Guide to Twitter Kindle Edition
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I also write for writers who want to improve their writing and become published. I blog at the industry-acclaimed Help! I Need a Publisher! and have written the books, Write to be Published, as well as the ebooks Write a Great Synopsis and Dear Agent. These books are all regularly recommended by creative writing courses, as well as agents and publishers in the UK, US and elsewhere,
I campaign and speak up for the rights of writers and readers. I've been chair of the Society of Authors in Scotland, created the Fair Reading idea and the complementary Our World Book Night.
I do a lot of public-speaking, in school events, at festivals, for writing groups and conferences.
Last, but very much not least, I tweet - a lot! My ebook, Tweet Right - The Sensible Person's Guide to Twitter, is a well-regarded help to individuals new to Twitter or wondering whether and how to get into it. Follow me on Twitter as @nicolamorgan or see my website at www.nicolamorgan.com
News: I've republished Mondays are Red as an ebook with brand new material. The video trailer is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qz5bQXAGBzs&feature=g-upl
I do have an Amazon store, which used to show all my available books in one place, but Amazon have for some reason removed all the books. I am waiting for them to tell me why. The link is here: http://astore.amazon.co.uk/wwwnicolamorg-21
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Tweet Right is concise, to the point, clearly explained and often funny. Nicola Morgan (aka the Crabbit Old Bat) explains everything from the nuts and bolts of getting started to issues like etiquette, manners, how to market and network without being off-putting, and simply how to make friends and have fun (which leads to everything else). I wish I'd had this book when I started tweeting - I'd have got the hang of it so much faster. This really is the indispensable guide for anyone who wants to dive into the Twitter experience but isn't sure where to start. And what's more, it's good for veteran Tweeters too.
Tweet Right is a concise instruction booklet, which details everything you need to know about getting started on Twitter. It covers all the basic topics such as installation, account settings and posting 'tweets', but it also goes a lot further. The author explains how to get the most out of the service - offering tips about maximising your profile, maintaining etiquette and finding other 'tweeps' with similar interests. I particularly liked this e-book because it's been written for everyone, not just marketeers. It's also affordable and easy to download.
A great introduction to the Twitterverse.
Clear, concise and incredibly helpful, this little guide takes the novice through the whole Twitter phenomenon and provides more experienced users with useful nuggets of information. It explains jargon, provides useful tips and crucially, gives the low-down on Twitter etiquette - none of it rocket science, but all of it easy to follow.
I can't be the only person who's joined up full of enthusiasm and ended up lurking on the sidelines, feeling like the last orange cream in the tin of Quality Street...if you're at all unsure about the whole Twitter thing or just want to learn a little more about it, this is the guide for you.
There is a short intro which quickly tells you how to get set up, how to use Tweetdeck and how to configure your settings to see the most useful information.
The heart of the book is about how to engage with everyone else on Twitter and really helps you avoid the mistake I made of starting with a random tweet which disappeared into space. It shows how to find people to follow and be followed. There is a really good section on the etiquette around this which helps avoid some early disasters.
Thoroughly recommend this to anyone starting out on Twitter. It's like having someone introduce you to everyone at the party rather than barging into the room and shouting out your name.
There is both a simple step-by-step guide to actually getting started with Twitter and Tweetdeck, and what to do to get going. To be honest, although it's aimed at complete beginners, I doubt there is anyone who will not find something useful in Tweet Right.
Nicola writes in a humourous and accessible style and I enjoyed reading Tweet Right very much indeed. Hugely recommended if you're a nice, sensible person wanting to get the most out of Twitter!
'Oh, I've registered, but I don't use it because I don't get it.'
'You have what? Conversations? How...?'
'I don't know what to say, so I don't use it.'
'Isn't that just full of celebs tweeting about nothing?'
If you recognise yourself in any of the above comments Tweet Right by Nicola Morgan (@nicolamorgan) will explain everything you need to know, from what twitter is for and how to use it to a list of great tweeters to start following. It's clear, concise, easy to follow and funny! You'll be in expert hands as Nicola Morgan was responsible for a No1 worldwide trending topic - #lessinterestingbooks.
If you Tweet Right, you could change your life, it has certainly changed mine!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very useful book. Especially liked chapters on which words to avoid, book cover, review tips, auto responses/retweets. And other useful tips.Published 11 months ago by MS
. Sorry I'm a beginner for company marketing. Book did not create any omg moments, interesting but not life changing.Published 11 months ago by clive
As someone who has resisted Twitter on the basis that it was all trivial, this was the perfect eye-opener. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Icicle
Good sense, clear advice and explanations, doesn't take the subject too seriously!Published 15 months ago by crazyeddie
I had no idea regarding tweeting and was apprehensive about trying. Thought I'd give Nicola's book a read and was surprised at how easy she made it look. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sparky (Lincoln)