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The writer’s unfair advantage in social media

April 8, 2013

writer's unfair advantage in social media

1. A writer can condense someone else’s blog post (article, gallery, video) into a withering tweet. [tweet this]

2. A writer embraces the unknown: unfamiliar topics, uncertain rewards, fickle audiences. [tweet this]

3. Even in viral photos, someone is writing all those Grumpy Cat captions. [tweet this]

4. A writer finds sick pleasure in tightening, revising, tweaking and scrapping two-sentence updates. [tweet this]

5. #badpun #ironictwist #winkandanod #micropunchline #lehashtagjuste #iamsoclever [tweet this]

6. A writer remains undaunted by saying something original in a sea of mediocrity. [tweet this]

7. A writer inspires readers to respond, to act, to share. [tweet this]

8. A writer creates social media updates from nothing, on deadline, without inspiration, every day. [tweet this]

9. A writer makes social media look effortless, while exerting maximum effort. [tweet this]

10. A writer leaves fans always wanting more. [tweet this]

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. April 8, 2013 2:24 pm

    Number Ten should have been Number Nine, and Number Ten should have been left blank.

    • April 8, 2013 3:02 pm

      Sigh, now you come up with the perfect ending. 🙂

  2. April 18, 2013 4:45 am

    I like very much number 1 🙂

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