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Updated 25 Oct 2019

Twitter Resources for Writers in 2019: Accounts to Follow

While Twitter can be a great place for writers to find new clients and grow a following for their content, there are many other uses as well. Twitter itself can be a fantastic resource for finding new ways to grow your audience and even become a better writer.

To help writers use Twitter in a more productive way, we’ve put together a list of Twitter resources and accounts that all writers need to follow in 2019.

These range from famous writers themselves to writing resources, marketing resources and more.

Browse through the Twitter accounts we’ve put together and find a few new people and resources to help you grow.

Become a Better Writer

If you want to find more clients, raise your rates, and make more money as a writer, you first need to focus on improving your skills.

There are several resources on Twitter to help you out with that, whether they’re creating and sharing articles on better writing, sharing tidbits and tips, or even new vocabulary.

Here are seven great Twitter accounts to follow for quality writing tips.

@WritersDigest

Perhaps people don’t read print as much anymore, but Writer’s Digest sure has adapted. Their Twitter account is a great resource for writing tips, blog posts about writing, and writing prompts to help writers get some practice.

WritersDigest tweet

Writer’s Digest publishes a ton of great blog content themselves to help writers get even more tips and ideas for their processes and writing strategies.

They’re written by other professional writers as well as staff writers on Writer’s Digest’s team. If you’re interested in learning how you can improve as a writer, this is a great place to start.

WritersDigest tweet

@MerriamWebster

Learn some new vocabulary along with a side of sass. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary’s Twitter account has certainly added a bit of personality into their content, making language fun.

MerriamWebster tweet

They share great content that goes over underused words, confusion between plurals, and even which form of a word to use when.

On top of that, they share a new Word of the Day every day, helping you to increase your vocabulary, and therefore, your writing.

MerriamWebster tweet

@VeryGoodCopy

Eddie Shleyner of Very Good Copy is a copywriter himself, often sharing great articles he writes about copywriting.

VeryGoodCopy tweet

His Twitter stays relatively mysterious, only sharing the vague title of each one of his articles, but if you click the link to read more, you’re sure to learn some great tips and tricks.

@writing_tips

Even the best writers sometimes mix up the correct word form every now and then, and @writing_tips is a great Twitter account to help you know which form to use when.

They tweet out links for word forms like “math vs. maths” or “while vs. whilst” so writers can check to see when a certain word form needs to be used.

writing_tips tweet

While their Twitter name may be “Daily Writing Tips,” they actually tweet information out weekly or so, but it’s still useful regardless of its frequency.

There are also writing prompts and exercises every so often, making this a great Twitter account to check in on for some practice improving your skills.

writing_tips tweet

@OED

Similar to Merriam-Webster, the OED is another great dictionary Twitter account to follow. The OED just has a bit less sass than Merriam-Webster, but is just as informational.

They share a word of the day each day, so be sure to stop back regularly to up your vocabulary game.

OED tweet

Not only that, but they’ll occasionally jump on trending topics or events to offer assistance with niche vocabulary.

For example, for the Rugby World Cup 2019, the OED Twitter account spent the day tweeting out rugby terminology and their definitions so that newbies to the sport could still understand the game and support their team!

OED tweet

They even tagged the #RWC2019 hashtag and added each one of the definitions into a thread to make them easy to find all at once.

Connect With Other Writers

Connecting with other writers can also be a way to improve your profession. You can talk shop on writing skills, learn different hiring techniques and it can also be a great way to gain confidence in raising your rates.

Basically, having friends in your profession is always a good thing, and can be a great motivational tool.

Here are just a few Twitter accounts that can help you connect with other writers and find a community that feels like home to you.

@writingcoop

The Writing Cooperative states right in their Twitter bio that they’re a community of people helping each other write better.

While their Twitter is full of great writing tips and articles, if you go to their website, there’s a join link so you can become a part of the community.

writingcoop tweet

Their tweets are helpful for beginning writers as well, so be sure to give them a follow if you’re just starting out.

@writers_hq

Writers’ HQ is another great community for writers that has an equally fun and engaging Twitter account.

Their content ranges from this great tweet about setting goals by replying to that thread to sharing goings on at their workshops.

writers_hq tweet

They also tweet out writing opportunities, contests and competitions regularly for their followers and community members to take advantage of.

writers_hq tweet

Check out their Twitter account for more information on their creative writing retreats and other community events so you can improve your writing and make some new writer buddies.

@FLW_Home

The Freelance Writing Hub is another awesome Twitter account if you’re looking for a writing community to be a part of. They also promote @FLW_Jobs and @FLW_Contests in their bio if you’re looking for more work.

This Twitter account is a great resource for writing tips, writing jobs and finding other writers to chat with.

FLW_Home tweet

Follow all three accounts for all of the Freelance Writing Hub goodness.

Grow Your Writing Business

Last but not least, let’s go over our top recommendations to help writers grow their business and find more jobs.

That’s the goal, right? To be a successful writer, you need to be able to consistently grow your business, raise your rates and find more clients. These Twitter accounts are great resources to get you on your way.

@writerplatform

Kimberly Grabas, the mastermind behind Your Writer Platform, has created a business that surrounds helping writers grow their own businesses. She offers helpful blog posts, email newsletters, free planner downloads, courses and more.

And she shares all of this right on her Twitter account!

writerplatform tweet

Check out the @writerplatform Twitter account to learn awesome tips and tricks for finding new clients, building your business and even becoming an author and launching your own book.

@TiceWrites

If you’re looking for an inspirational writer to help fuel your own freelance writing journey, Carol Tice is the perfect Twitter account for you to follow.

Carol shares helpful tips on pitching editors, where to find high-paying gigs and more.

TiceWrites tweet

She also retweets a lot of helpful tips and articles so you’re not only seeing content from her own feed when you follow her.

If you’re looking for new publications to pitch and actionable tips to help you find new clients and grow your writing business, @TiceWrites is the perfect Twitter resource for you. And as a bonus, her online community the Freelance Writers Den is a great place to connect with other writers as well.

@Reedsy

Reedsy is a great author community for writers looking to self-publish their own novels. There are so many different types of writing, from journalism to blog writing to book writing, and there’s a Twitter account for all of you.

Reedsy tweet

There are tons of useful tips in Reedsy’s Twitter feed, like this video that can help new or existing novelists to write a book in a month during #NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month, which occurs each November).

Reedsy tweet

Reedsy also tweets out daily writing tips to help struggling writers out, like the one below.

This is a great account to follow for writing tips and inspiration, but their main goal is also to help writers learn how to write their first novel, self publish it, and promote it.

If it’s always been your goal to become a novelist, check out Reedsy’s Twitter account.

@ecainwrites

Elna Cain is a professional B2B writer who also has a blog all about helping people get paid to write. She shares a ton of information on her Twitter account as well.

Whether you’re just starting out as a writer or are simply looking for tips to find more clients, Elna Cain’s Twitter feed can be a huge help.

She often links to helpful blog posts, like the one below, instructing writers on how to find the best freelance jobs.

ecainwrites tweet

Furthermore, she has niched down to helping stay-at-home-moms also learn how to make some additional income, with tweets like this:

ecainwrites tweet

Elna’s Twitter account is a great resource for new writers and mom bloggers who are looking to create an additional revenue stream.

@thewritelife

The Write Life’s Twitter account is a great place to browse when you’re looking to bring on more clients in your writing business.

While they also tweet out helpful writing articles to help you become a better writer, The Write Life also posts gems like the one below, sharing publications that are currently hiring writers just like you.

thewritelife tweet

The Write Life branches out to reach many different types of writers though. After all, not all writers are looking to write for magazines or online publications.

In fact, they recently shared a link to a roundup of fellowships for authors, journalists, and poets, demonstrating that any type of writer can find more opportunities on their Twitter account.

thewritelife tweet

The Write Life’s Twitter account is a great one to follow and regularly check up on when you’re looking to expand your writing business and start sending pitches.

@fizzle

Fizzle’s Twitter account shares all kinds of different information, from podcast episodes on growing a business (any type of business – not just writing) to helpful information for freelancers.

While you won’t get content catered exclusively to writers on this account, you will find some gems to help you make more money in your writing business.

Take a look at the tweet below, sharing a book funnel strategy to help increase revenue.

fizzle tweet

You can find even more helpful links all about growing your business on Fizzle’s Twitter account.

@smartbloggerhq

Smart Blogger’s Twitter feed focuses more on blogging and how you can make money from your creating and writing for your very own blog.

This is actually how many writers get started with their own platform, and it can be helpful to learn more about this potential avenue.

Tweets from Smart Blogger range from beginning stuff like website hosting and coming up with a domain name like the ones below all the way to more advanced writing content.

smartbloggerhq tweet

Take a look at this example of some of their writing tips content, all about how to use metaphors.

smartbloggerhq tweet

If you’re interested in learning more about blogging and using that as a platform to help you grow your writing business, you’ll definitely want to give Smart Blogger a follow on Twitter.

Their informative articles will prove especially helpful, and we’ll just go ahead and send a preemptive “You’re welcome” your way.

@JeffGoins

Jeff Goins is an author himself, and has dedicated his Twitter platform to helping other writers grow their writing business.

He shares some great insight on his blog, but there are also tons of great articles and tips for writers, like the one below that talks about a training session he’s helping to put on.

JeffGoins tweet

Here’s another example of the writing help you can find from Jeff and his Twitter account:

JeffGoins tweet

As a successful blogger and author, Jeff does a lot of training, workshops, and speaking engagements as well. Giving him a follow on Twitter can help you learn about a lot more than just writing.

@all_freelancing

All Freelance Writing’s Twitter account is an awesome feed to follow for tons of freelance writing tips and information.

Not only do they share fun content about the writing life – like the tweet below – they also have a job board filled with tons of opportunities to get started growing your writing business.

all_freelancing tweet

Most of their Twitter feed is full of writing opportunities just waiting for you to jump on them. Take a look at these two examples of exactly what you can find on All Freelance Writing’s Twitter profile.

all_freelancing tweet
all_freelancing tweet

If you want to have regular freelance writing opportunities appear in your Twitter feed, you’ll definitely want to give this account a follow. These writing jobs will help you to grow your writing business in no time.

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