Three Ways Social Media Can Help Your Writing Business

Social media is one of the most important parts of the Internet. In addition to reconnecting with old friends and staying in touch with the people in our lives today, social media is also a valuable business tool. Obviously, I’m not the first person to sing the praises of social media’s affect on business ownership. Most people consider social media a tool for finding new clients, but there are other ways social media can help a freelance writer. If you are not having much luck drumming up business through social media, do not give up. A fresh approach helps you make the most of your social media campaign.

Networking with Other Writers

Writing is a solitary career, especially when you work at home. Though this is a benefit for many freelancers, it can also make your days long and lonely. Reaching out to other writers who understand your solitary plight can make things a little less mundane on slow days. Talking to other writers is also a great way to network and learn about opportunities you might otherwise have missed.

Constructive Criticism

Most people use social media to get their work noticed. It can be intimidating, but it can also help you develop into a better writer. Social media is a great way to get constructive feedback on your work. You might need to weed out the not-as-constructive criticism that is occasionally part of the online world, but feedback from educated, experienced writers can help you improve your work.

Industry Knowledge

There are plenty of great opportunities out there to help you become a better writer and grow your business. If you chose to conduct research traditionally, it could take days or weeks to learn about all of the seminars, classes, and events available. Social media draws attention to these events. You see the hot topics in your field and do not have to spend as much time searching for the information.

About Kelly Jamrozy

Writer. Traveler. Reader. Wife. Daughter. Friend. Puppy caretaker. Lover of baseball, Counting Crows, and steamed crabs.
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