Day: February 3, 2016

Wednesday Wing…Getting the most out of #Twitter Share days #wwwblogs

Excellent post to help you get the most out of Twitter share days.

Rosie Amber

Welcome to my new feature called Wednesday Wing where I’ll be passing on observations, tips and information to readers I’ve made a note of.

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Today I’m passing on a tip about Twitter Share Days given to me by @TerryTyler4

Most people who use Twitter as part of their marketing platform know about the Twitter Hashtag Share Days

BUT DO YOU USE THEM EFFECTIVELY?

Twitter is all about THE RE-TWEET / SHARING. The further you can get a tweet to go in the Twittersphere the better it is for you. Twitter Impressions measure how far your tweets spread to the Twitter audience. Check out yours under Twitter Analytics.

On a Twitter Share Day use the Hashtag for all your appropriate tweets, DON’T just use the Hashtag because it is popular and spam it on any tweet. Many share days ask you tweet about a BLOG post relevant to the Hashtag and…

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Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT WHEN DOVES FLY by @mslaurengregory #wwwblogs #HistFic

My review of ‘When Doves Fly’ for RBRT

Rosie Amber

Today’s team review is from Alison, she blogs at alisonwilliamswriting.wordpress.com

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Alison has been reading When Doves Fly by Lauren Gregory

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When Doves Fly by Lauren Gregory

I love well-researched and realistic historical fiction, portraying the world as it would have been and the people as they were. I particularly love well-written historical fiction that tells the story of women, and that pulls no punches. That’s certainly what you get with this novel.

At first, I have to admit I was a little wary. I was worried that Lily was going to be one of those historical women that I hate – the type that people describe as ‘feisty’, who manage to live lives that are completely unrealistic and who emerge from life-changing, catastrophic events unscathed, having snared the handsome hero, won battles single-handed, carved out an independent existence, made their voice heard etc. etc. etc.

But this book doesn’t…

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