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Seriously Write: Social Media Tools to Help Manage Your Online Life, Part One by Nicole Miller

There’s always something new coming out to help writers remain organized when it comes to social media. Today on Seriously Write, author and social media specialist Nicole Miller provides information on a few of these tools meant to make our writing lives easier. Make sure you read Part Two next week.


What social media networks are your favorite? Do you use any tools to help you stay organized (ex. Hootsuite, Tweetdeck)?

As an author of heartwarming historical and contemporary romance, Sandra Ardoin engages readers with page-turning stories of love and faith. Rarely out of reach of a book, she's also an armchair sports enthusiast, country music listener, and seldom says no to eating out.

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  • authoramheath

    I’ve tried Twitter, but I prefer Facebook. I know most people say that Facebook isn’t as effective, but so far I’ve made more solid connections through Facebook. When I use my Twitter account (something that I’m slacking in) I like to use Hootsuite to schedule my posts. Without it, I’m not able to tweet often enough. During the seasons that I’m only using Facebook, I prefer to schedule my posts directly on Facebook.

    I look forward to hearing the tips you have for us. 🙂

    • Sandra Ardoin

      I was late coming to Facebook, but I do like being able to keep up with friends and family there. Like you, I use Hootsuite to schedule my tweets. Unfortunately, we can’t do everything, Anita, but it is nice to have those tools to help us keep up. Next week, Nicole offers advice on image tools for blogs, etc. Thanks! 🙂

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