Ahhhh twitter. I am on a quest to increase my twitter followers. I started out the beginning of August at 9 followers. Pathetic I know. But because of the big book blast that happened in August, I ended the month at 102. Not knowing much about twitter, I guess when someone follows you, you are supposed to follow them back. Since I didn't do this, a couple dropped off and I was down to the double digits once again.
My daughter decided to get involved and we even worked out a verbal contract where she has the potential to make money when my followers get to a certain point. The more followers I get, the more she can earn because the amount per follower goes up at certain levels. So now her and I are both working diligently trying to get R. K. Avery more followers. As of the writing of this post, I am up to 265 followers which is phenomenal.
I have also been following people on my own; fellow authors, publishers, publicists, and others that are in my field, or close to my field. I figure it certainly can't hurt anything.
It's funny about twitter. When you think of all these people you don't even know following you, it's a bit creepy. Who came up with the word follow? And how often do you post on twitter? I follow some people who seem to post every few minutes: On my way to the bathroom -- Now watching TV -- Making lunch -- Lunch was good -- What should I make for dinner? -- Can you eat chicken that expired yesterday? I am not like that and never will be.
If you are not following me, please do, and I promise to follow you back. @RKAvery1
Now what is instagram?
R. K. Avery