How to Help Your Fellow Writers


If you look into the comment section, you can see a lot of readers commenting on your post regularly. These readers are also your fellow writers. Unless you have reached the status of J.K. Rowling or Dan Brown, you will always need help from your fellow writers. In order to receive help, you must be ready to plug the writers like you.

Here are some of the ways to help your fellow writer. These tips are basically written for BlogBourne writers, but can be applied by the writers of other writing sites.

Connect with the writer on the site where you both publish your works

Follow/connect with the writer on social media and other sites

View the post by the writer

Leave comment on his/her post

Like the post

Share his/her post on social media (Pinterest/Twitter/Facebook/Google Plus)

Avoid merciless criticism and try to incorporate constructive criticism

You can also help a writer by writing about him/her and publishing on your blog/website. You can interview writers and publish on your blog/website. This kind of promotional stuff will actually benefit you because these writers will send you a lot of traffic.

You can thank your fellow writers by replying to the comments, but more than that, you can even write posts appreciating your fellow writers. These writers will send lot of traffics on your post about them.

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    Pat Z Anthony

    When an article is about an important topic, sharing is a must! So many offer good information that will help everyone. Facebook and Twitter are some of my favorite spots, but I have also written about using other sharing tools as well.

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      Vinaya Post author

      In terms of conversion Pinterest and Instagram are good social media sites.

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      Vinaya Post author

      social media sharing is must for getting traffic to your contents.

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      Vinaya Post author

      That’s great. Your sharing should be 20 percent you work and 80 percent your fellow writers’ work.

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