Twitter is my fav social network.
Because it’s a treasure trove of free information from experts that know how to make a small business work.
Twitter helps bloggers:
- Find story ideas
- Catch up on the latest and most interesting trends
- Learn what people care about
- Locate experts to interview
- Connect with other writers and bloggers
- Seek out opportunities for blog and business growth
- And more!
If you’re a blogger who is not on Twitter, the time is now to create an account. While you’re at it, let the following Twitter accounts be the first people you follow.
These blogging experts tweet regularly about how to build a profitable blog. It’s like getting free consulting without having to pay. Nice!
1. Matt Mullenweg (@photomatt)
If you’re an avid WordPress user, you’re already familiar with Matt Mullenweg. Matt is a founding developer of WordPress, and the annual host of the “State of Word” speech.
What you might not know about Matt is he’s also active on Twitter, and his tweets are a must-read for anyone with a WordPress blog.
Here’s what you can expect when you follow Matt:
- Updates on cool tools and sites and how to use them to grow your business
- Tips on how to get the most out of the latest and greatest from WordPress
- Fun tips about the state of WordPress
2. Darren Rowse (@problogger)
The ProBlogger Twitter account is a must if you’re a blogger. If you want to take things a step further and really get the most out of the ProBlogger content experience, you’ll also want to subscribe to the blog.
ProBlogger, brought to you by Darren Rowse, is one of the best resources on the internet for learning how to grow and monetize a blog.
Here are some popular types of tweets Darren writes:
- Links to jobs for bloggers (blogging for others is a great way to make money while you’re growing your blog)
- Tools to help you monetize your online platforms
- Tips on how to protect your online content
3. Liton Biswas (@SharpBlogger)
Liton’s Twitter account focuses on everything related to growing a blog. This includes how to build a routine, how to promote your blog, SEO tips, and more.
Here is the type of content you’ll find on this Twitter account:
- Motivation to overcome fear and keep blogging
- SEO tips you can use to grow your blog’s organic presence
- Ways to measure your blog’s success with the right metrics
4. BloggingTips (@BloggingForums)
BloggingTips is all about the blogging basics, how to monetize your blog, how to grow your blog, and even how to start a blog for free.
The blog is organized in a way that makes it easy to find content related to the type of help you’re seeking.
As far as the Twitter account goes, you can expect similar help, including:
- How to use devices and tools to become a better blogger
- Tips on how to move from blogging as a hobby to blogging as a career
- Review response templates to capture better testimonials
5. Jon Winokur (@AdviceToWriters)
It’s difficult to start a successful blog without learning how to become a good writer. While you don’t have to be Harper Lee, you do have to consistently practice your writing skills. Jon Winokur is an excellent resource if you’re learning how to communicate better through writing.
His lessons include things like how to cope with writer’s block, the role of adverbs in writing, and more.
The tweets on this account include:
- Practical writing advice that every blogger should know
- Fun quotes about writing
- Tips on how to make your writing more snazzy
6. Grammarly (@Grammarly)
Grammarly is the tool of all tools when it comes to self-editing. If you haven’t signed up for Grammarly, now is a good time. The tool uses some sort of technological magic to check your blog posts for accuracy, readability, and grammar.
If you’re interested in everything grammar, then the Grammarly Twitter account is worth a follow as well.
Here are some types of tweets you might see on the Grammarly account:
- How to use personal pronouns correctly
- Ways Grammarly can help you write better content
- Ways to brush up on your vocabulary
7. Eddie Shleyner (@verygoodcopy)
I’ve been a long time fan of Eddie Shleyner. He shares hundreds of short, digestible articles on how to write persuasive copy.
If you’re looking for actionable tips on how to write more clearly without having to read 1500 words, Eddie is your guy.
His Twitter account is remarkable too, and includes:
- Lists of resources that have helped him grow his business
- Links to micro-interviews with other professionals
- Tips and tests to improve your copy
8. Kat Lee (@HowTheyBlog)
Kat Lee takes a look at everything that goes on behind the scenes in the blogging world. This includes deep dives into successful bloggers, breaking down what they are doing right.
Kat’s Twitter account is also full of practical tips. It doesn’t take long to browse through her tweets to realize she has some valuable advice.
Here are the types of tweets you’ll see on Kat’s account:
- Blogging tips like using other channels to drive traffic to your blog
- Information on how to build effective routines
- Tips on how to take your blog to the next level
9. The Write Life (@thewritelife)
The Write Life is a website all about writing and blogging. It’s comprehensive and covers topics including how to create, how to connect with others, and how to make a living from writing.
If you’re looking for one place to go that brings all the best resources into one place, then The Write Life is the perfect place for you.
Plus, all the information The Write Life posts is accessible via Twitter. Here’s what you’ll see on the Twitter account:
- A link to the annual list of best websites for writers
- Tips on how to self-edit
- Information about how to make your writing side-hustle your full-time gig
10. HostGator (@hostgator)
It would be silly to talk about the best accounts to help you build your blog without talking about HostGator’s Twitter account.
At HostGator, we tweet about everything related to building a thriving website or blog. This includes the following:
- Tips on how to increase traffic to your blog
- Web hosting tips
- Information on how to get the most out of different web building tools
Start your blog with HostGator today!
If you’re reading this, then you’re probably interested in starting a blog. The first step is to seek out a reputable web hosting company like HostGator.
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Kevin Williams is part of HostGator’s social media team, where he’s like our go-to resident nerdy-tech guy. But he was once that guy answering the phones on our support staff. When he’s not playing the voice of Snappy on social, Kevin is reading, hiking, building PCs, and playing videos games. You know, the stuff that makes him our resident nerdy-tech guy.