Use Twitter to Build Your Ministry & Author Platform

Each month Inspire Christian Writers gather for the Build Your Author Platform workshop. This month Cheri Douglas will facilitate our training.  Cheri has a huge Twitter ministry and is the author of the upcoming book, Tweeting God’s Love.

Twitter is a great place for Christian writers to minister worldwide! 140 characters facilitates a perfect discussion, and is the length of most Bible verse. No surprise, God is the fastest growing topic on Twitter today. Discussions on God often trend worldwide as the most tweeted topic of the moment. ~ Cheri Douglas

After a brief introduction to Twitter and its value to authors, Cheri will:

  • Help writers set up a Twitter account (if needed)
  • Explain the follower system.
  • Help writers send & respond to tweets.
  • Show writers how Twitter facilitates immediate ministry.
  • Demonstrate how Tweetlonger can help non-blogging writers
  • Explain hashtags and how to use them to connect with others on Twitter.
  • Help writers join a prayer/chat with #WriteToInspire.

In order to participate fully, bring a tablet, laptop, or notebook computer. Be sure to visit Twitter.com and follow the prompts to establish a personal account. If you have problems with that, Cheri will be available at 8AM in room 203 to work with you.

Join us:

Thursday, October 17th

9:00AM – 12:00 Noon

First Covenant Church, 10933 Progress Court, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

You will leave able to share your books or articles with a world of new friends!

This workshop is FREE for Inspire Members, non-members pay only $10 at the door!

About Elizabeth Thompson 48 Articles
Elizabeth M. Thompson writes contemporary nonfiction, articles and devotionals using her experiences as a Bible teacher, wife, mother and grief navigator. She also enjoys speaking at writer’s conferences and women’s ministry events. Although her background includes marketing and education, writing has always been a driving force in her life. She is currently pursuing publication for her one-year grief devotional book, When the Waves Crash. Her most rewarding adventures to date include her marriage to Michael, parenting her three children, and serving Christian writers through Inspire. Her publication credits include articles published by Focus on the Family, Today’s Christian, and contributions to Whispering in God’s Ear (Waterbrook 2005) and Inspire Promise (Inspire Press 2014).

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