Found this great list of hashtags for Twitter here: http://twainwannabe.blogspot.com/p/resources-for-writers.html

 

This is a 'print and keep' post! Also info on deciphering twitter speak below, as well as how to find followers!

 

Hashtags:

Self-Publishing:

#selfpub

#pubtips

#indie

#indiauthors

#pubwrite

#tradpub

#mywana

#epub

#smashwords

#bookmarket

#bookmarketing

Writing:

#writers

#amwriting

#writetip

#NaNoWriMo

#amediting

#authors

Genre Specific:

#fantasy

#paranormalromance

#paranormal

#scifi

#YA

#urbanfantasy

 

"Groups":

#shewrites

#bookblogs

#yalitchat

#writersdigest

#WD

#goodreads

#savvyauthors

#kindle

#tumblr

#stumble

Finding Followers:

Tweepz.com lets you limit searches to specific parts of Twitter’s user information (like name, bio, and location), filter results by follower/following numbers, location, and other extracted terms, and greatly improves on the layout of the search results.

TweepSearch.com lets you search by Twitter name or location, or search a specific username to get a list of all friends and followers.

WeFollow.com is a Twitter user directory that organizes people by hashtags. WeFollow is user-generated and anyone can add themselves by tweeting @wefollow with three #hashtags that describe them.

Twubble recommends people to follow by spidering the people you’re already following and recommending users that they’re following. The idea is that the people you’re following are interesting to you, so if more than one of them are also following another person, that person might also be interesting.

Deciphering TwitterSpeak:

http://mashable.com/2008/11/15/twitterspeak/

www.twittonary.com

www.twictionary.com

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Comment by Jan Fischer Wade on January 12, 2012 at 2:32pm

Thanks for your comments everyone!  Jan

Comment by Barbara Fisher on January 12, 2012 at 2:04pm

Really useful, thank you. 

Comment by Gary Val Tenuta on January 11, 2012 at 5:35pm

Excellent! Thanks you!

Comment by Anna del C. Dye on January 11, 2012 at 4:47pm

Thanks for the tips. I always wanted to know what they were. 

Anna del C.

Author of "The Silent Warrior Trilogy"

http://www.annadelc.com 

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