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We’ve talked about the power of tweeting before. Twitter, when harnessed, can provide important connections and fantastic advice from professionals and other writers. Twitter is often described as being like a stream of continuous information. But how does one navigate that which at times seems more like a tidal wave?
The answer is to use hashtags (#). A hashtag is like an invitation to a party. If you use the hashtag and others are also using it, everyone can now join in the conversation.
A few caveats – you have to already know what the hashtags that are being used are. In circular logic that means that you have to know what to use before you can use it.
This is done by using searches. Try searching in twitter on a general hashtag that is widely used by the writing community – something like #author or #writer is probably a…
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