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10 Great Posts on TwitPitches

10 Great Posts on TwitPitches

By Tasha Turner

I decided this week to do a list of 10 great posts on TwitPitches rather than reinventing the wheel.

  1. How Is Your TwitPitch? — How To Craft An “Elevator Speech” in 140 Characters
  2. The Twitpitch
  3. Need a quick summary? Try a “TwitPitch”
  4. Fashion PR/Social Media: 5 TwitTips for a Successful TwitPitch
  5. The Elevator Pitch Is Dead. Introducing The Twitpitch
  6. The TwitPitch and the Social Media Press Release
  7. The Art of the Twitter Pitch
  8. How to Pitch via Twitter
  9. The #Twitpitch
  10. The Official Scriptshadow Twit-Pitch 100

Have you ever created a TwitPitch? Have you seen a good TwitPitch? What do you find the hardest thing about creating TwitPitches?

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About the author

Tasha Turner

I am a writer and a one-on-one social media coach. I teach people how to brand themselves and how to use social media effectively.

Currently I am co-authoring a short story about a Jewish vampire to be released in 2012 as an e-book. This will be my 1st fiction. I have written a number of computer manuals and managed a tech writing group as well as editing others work for 20 years. Tasha Turner is my Pen Name and has become my professional name by default.

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  • http://www.janecarrollauthor.com Jane Carroll

    Great resources, Tasha. Thanks! I actually find it fun to develop 140 character spots for marketing my book. It’s all about condense, condense, condense and making every keystroke count.

    • http://www.facebook.com/TashaTurnerAuthor Tasha Turner

      You may be the only person I know who enjoys creating them. I find them an interesting challenge to do and worth the time it takes. But unless I’ve been directly challenged by someone to come up with better ones than they have I don’t find them fun. We will have to have you teach us how to have fun with them.

  • http://poeticparfait.com Christy B

    This is a good resource for writers, well put-together Tasha!

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