So, RNA conference-goers this year might have received their conference packs and noticed my name attached to a workshop on social networking. I'm eternally grateful that I'm doing this with Liz Fenwick who Knows What She's Talking About (or at least gives a smashing impression of it), but am also aware that I probably ought to actually do a bit of thinking about it beforehand. Couldn't hurt, right?
So. If you were going to a workshop on social media for authors, what would you want to know? Do you need to know basics, such as how to set up an account and which sites to use? Do you want to know statistics on social networking? For whom is it useful: published, unpublished, or publishing professionals? What should you Tweet about, upload or divulge--and what should you keep to yourself?
What do you want to know?