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Twitter is one of the biggest social media platforms out there. If you’ve been online for any length of time you’ve probably been urged by someone to set up an account.
“It’ll be useful!” they’ll say, but you’re not sure whether to believe them. However, Twitter is made up of a whole host of different communities, some of which are very geeky indeed.
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In this article we explore some geeky Twitter communities that are currently thriving on the platform. And these could be the way into Twitter you’ve been looking for.
Note: If you’re completely new to the platform, it might be worth learning how to use Twitter before reading any further.
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Science Twitter was what introduced me to the idea that Twitter is a powerful tool to relay information. With scientists using the platform directly, you can get unfettered access to how our world works.
From simple weather reports to tracking hurricanes, from declining bee populations to rising oceans, Science Twitter can make you more conscious about the natural world. It can also help you act accordingly if a natural disaster is about to hit your area.
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One of my favorite parts of Twitter is the creative writing and publishing sphere.
Book Twitter is built around an ecosystem designed to propagate a love of writing. It spans the gamut from readers and reviewers, to authors, agents, and publishing houses.
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If you’re thinking of writing a novel and you’re looking for guidance, or you’re seeking community, Twitter is the perfect place to find it.
And if you need some Book Twitter accounts to follow to get you started we recommend PitchWars, Writer’s Digest, and NaNoWriMo.
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