Wordy Wednesday #3 at B-A-R

We warmly welcome you to Wordy Wednesday at Blog-A-Rhythm.

Before we get to the prompt, I thought I’d share an interesting way to get your posts noticed on Twitter. Bloggers routinely use hashtags to promote their posts. You add the hashtag at the end of your tweet to get it visibility. Recently, I discovered that there are some wonderful hashtags that get you a lot of traffic, based on the day that you tweet your posts. You tweet your post as well as those of others who use the same hashtag. Kind of a win-win situation 🙂

Mark them and tweet your way to glory, fame and riches beyond your wildest dreams.

Or maybe just retweets. 😉

Sundays- #SundayBlogShare curated by @suzie81blog

Mondays- #MondayBlogs Curated by @MondayBlogs 

Wednesday- #wwwblogs (This one’s just for the ladies. Sorry guys) 😉

Do you know of any more? Feel free to add in the comments!

This Week: Word Prompt

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This week’s prompt comes from B-A-R member, writer and blogger, Aditi Kaushiva who blogs here.

Write a minimum of 100 words on the prompt.

Make it work for you.

Oh, and do you want something to dress up your post? Here’s a  badge to display 🙂

BAR_WW_Badege

All those who write to the prompt are invited to share your links to the linky tool 🙂

Linkup is open only for posts written to this prompt.

Share the posts on Twitter using the hashtag

#blogarhythm or tweet to the handle @blogarhythm1

Read about Wordy Wednesdays Here

 

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7 thoughts on “Wordy Wednesday #3 at B-A-R

  1. This isn’t an instant visibility tag by any means, but sometimes just sticking #amwriting on the end of a post will get a certain amount of extra visibility. I also endorse #FebWritingChallenge and its monthly variations (visit http://writingchallenge.org/ for more details on the Challenge). Also, there’s a blog hop at http://www.wewriwa.com/ that uses the tag #8Sunday to post snippets of works-in-progress on various blogs. My posts with the heaviest views/visitor count come from those blog hops, and the hashtag isn’t even that popular (relatively speaking).

    Thanks so much for the great post!

    Liked by 1 person

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