Hi! Welcome to Chapter 23.
Become evil. Rule the world. Maybe drink tea first and sit down for a bit.
“All writers are vain, selfish and lazy, and at the very bottom of their motives lies a mystery.”
— George Orwell
Bacon is proof that god loves you. Or at least that he hates vegetarians.
This month, I explain Twitter using a story about three witches.
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Twitter* (*But Were Afraid to Ask)
I can teach you everything you need to know about Twitter with a story about three witches.
It gives you a framework for understanding which Twitter strategies are most effective.
I’ve Twitter trained individual writers, journalists, and artists.
I’ve provided internal staff training to charities and managed the Twitter accounts of businesses, third-sector organizations, and creative industries.
I’ve also over 15,000 followers on my personal Twitter account so I must be doing something right.
Here’s a guide to get you started, some tips and tricks, and that all-important story.
This is the comprehensive cheat sheet that I’ve used to teach people, organisations, and companies how to use Twitter effectively.
Please let me know if you’d be interested in one-to-one training via Skype.
Here’s some of my stuff to read on the interweb. They’re all Friend Links so anyone can read them.
Heavy on the Magick — Art is magick and vice versa
Fat Man Blues — Magical Buffet
Friend Links for Medium — All my Medium posts to the end of 2019
One Minute Reads for Writers — 30 posts in 30 days
jamesgarside.net — My website has links to most of my writing
Note: If you have a problem opening any of these links just try to view them in private browsing mode and that will probably do the trick.
Bye for now!
Thanks for reading.
As always feel free to #AskMeAnything