We have the king of social media, Paul Dunphy with us on the 31st, to discuss ‘How to use twitter effectively as a writer.’
Our questions to frame the conversation from 9-10pm GMT, are;
Introductions and hullos.
T1 Do you pin a tweet? Why you should?
T2 How often to tweet, retweet?
T3 Best times of the day to tweet?
T4 Why you should tweet about other interests besides books!?
Closing thoughts. (CT)
We are thrilled to have a social media consultant with such experience join us on #WritersWise. Paul works with writers a great deal and he has a free slot for a new client at the moment, so book him now, you won’t regret it! More at www.pauldunphyesquire.com
Paul Dunphy Esquire.
Paul has over 20 years experience in all forms of media and branding. Having worked with the charity sector for 14 years as a Media and Communications Executive, he has a wealth of experience of using all forms of media. Paul then went out on his own 6 years ago and after building up his own brand online in particular on Twitter, he then started his own social media business www.pauldunphyesquire.com as he loves social media so much.
Paul is a social media consultant and curator and you can find out all about what he can do for you at his new webpage www.pauldunphyesquire.com
Using acquired experience, Paul can guarantee to make you social media soar, using his positivity and fun to guarantee success. As one of his endorsements Gavin Duffy from Dragons Den says ‘In a world filled with noise, Paul brings an energy and humour to the social media platform worth listening to. Paul’s voice online is discerning, clever and smart. He can engage with multiple voices creating fun, lively conversations worth listening too.”
More endorsements on his webpage from author Marian Keyes, broadcaster Tom Dunne and others.
Join us to chat with Paul on May 31st, for a whole, free hour!
Thank you in advance Paul and ….
Our next #WritersWise chat will be with Lorna Sixsmith on the 7th June.