Nov 29, 2010

Twitter Love Link


When I was preparing for the Gratitude Giveaway I had this itchy curiosity about who was blogging from Texas. As you may know, I blog from Austin and we have a fantastic book community. I always wonder if I am in the presence of great bloggers at some of these events. So, the form for the Gratitude Giveaway included a question about blogging from Texas. I was able to meet four new book bloggers from this giant state. This lead to an idea about how I would find people who tweet about books. Rephrase - how I would easily find people who tweet about books. There are a zillion people on Twitter, but it can be a little overwhelming to browse through people's lengthy lists. So, I give you the Twitter Love Link. If you would like, leave your link so others can find you. 

*This will not automatically get you new followers with one click, but it will allow you to see who tweets about the things you may be interested in. 

Directions:
Please leave your BLOG name and in parentheses, what you tweet. 
Your LINK should be your Twitter account.

Example:
I Read Banned Books (YA, MG books, music, movies)
http://twitter.com/jenbigheart

If you see something interesting, click the link and choose to follow or not. I'll go first....


5 comments:

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  2. Sorry -- didn't notice the linky, so deleted my first comment to comment properly!

    Now that I've downloaded TweetDeck, I'm so addicted to Twitter. It's such a fun way to connect with book bloggers, publishers, and other bookish outlets. I recommend something like TweetDeck to make following a little more manageable!

    Thanks for this -- can't wait to start following more book bloggers!

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  3. This is a really cool idea, I'm a new blogger so I really appreciate it! Thanks

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  4. Okay, delete my first try...please. Obviously I am inept at this.

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  5. Jen,
    I gave you the Versatile Blogger Award. See my post here: http://ilikethesebooks.blogspot.com/2010/11/versatile-blogger-award.html
    to see what that means.

    Britta

    P.S Great idea!

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