#StoryDam is a Weekly Twitter Chat for Writers
Each Thursday night at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time, writers from all over the globe meet up on Twitter by using the #StoryDam hashtag. We then chat for an hour (sometimes more!) about our various writing projects.
#StoryDam Twitter chat topics vary from week to week, but we cover everything from writing, blogging, indie publishing, creativity, reading, marketing and more. People are encouraged to bring up any aspect of writing that they need help with. It’s also a lot of fun to socialize with other writers!
Here are this week’s #StoryDam chat Questions:
This week’s chat topic was suggest by @arsamandica: Author Business Cards Do YOU have an author business card? What makes them worthwhile? What should you do with them after you’ve made them? We will discuss this and more tonight. Plus, at the bottom of this post, I’ve included a few links to articles and resources to help you out.
Q1 Weekly #StoryDam check-in: What’s up, writers? Any news? Any challenges you need the group’s help with?
Q2 Who here has a business card for their writing? #StoryDam
Q3 Where did you have your author business cards printed? Any recommendations? #StoryDam
Q4 Did you design your author business card yourself? Did you use @Canva ? (Isn’t Canva awesome?) #StoryDam
Q5 What should/shouldn’t be on an author business card? Pet peeves? #StoryDam
Q6 When another author hands you their card, what do you look for? What makes it worth keeping?
Q7 How can you *use* your author business card? When/where/who to give it out? Any tips? #StoryDam
Q8 For more about Author Business Cards, we shared helpful links below to help you create & use yours:
Writer Business Cards: 5 Ways To Think Outside The Box
10 Uses for the Author Business Card
Author Business Cards via Slushpile Tales
How to Design an Author Business Card
Canva is an online graphics tool that makes creating business cards easy peasy
Vistaprint is a great place to print high quality/low cost business cards
Thank you for joining us and being part of the Story Dam writing community. 🙂 Remember: Use the #StoryDam tag 24/7 on Twitter to share writing related tweets – you never know who might be online with you!