#POLL: Bookstagram or Book Twitter?

It all comes down to this, y’all. Where do your truest passions lay in the book social media universe?

BOOKSTAGRAM? or BOOK TWITTER?

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either way that book love is off the charts

BOOKSTAGRAM Pros:

📷 amazing book pics
📷 fun polls, Q&As, book info easily accessible in Insta Stories
📷 creativity: explore filters, colours, set-up
📷 dabble in video making w/out committing to a YouTube

TWITTER Pros:

🐦 a lot of engagement
🐦 easy access to pubs, agents, authors
🐦  build a community & find readers like you

Cast your vote below!

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22 thoughts on “#POLL: Bookstagram or Book Twitter?

    1. Don’t use Twitter from preference, then, or Chana had dibs? Because I know I volunteered to take over Twitter when Mandy said she didn’t enjoy — and I was more than happy to let her do all the Insta work. The split works perfectly for us, since we both landed with our prefered platforms.

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  1. Book Twitter is umm… not a healthy place… most of the time, but I still love it. I think I often forget about the actually posting pictures part of Bookstagram, so I’m going with Book Twitter.

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    1. Agreed. I have great conversations on book Twitter, which is why it’s my preferred of the two, but it has also caused my mental health to dip several times. I want to say “I try to be careful of who I follow” and leave it there, but Twitter’s algorithm also highlights posts liked by users you follow so there’s really no way to have an entirely “clean” feed. It’s still a better way to interact than Bookstagram, so I give it points.

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  2. This is so great minds meeting! I posed this same question in my Weekly Wrap up post!! I actually love both for different reasons. On Twitter you can also personally message those you mutually follow. Instagram is just so satisfying because your feed is all you. ❤️

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  3. If I really had to pick, I would probably pick bookstagram. The drama and honestly toxic attitudes on twitter can make difficult but I have met some nice people there. I do struggle with bookstagram a lot but just keep swimming lol :p

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    1. Twitter really does highlight the worst in people, doesn’t it? I find myself muting quite a few people, but I do appreciate how easy the platform makes it to see what others are doing/reading, etc. The bookstagram struggle is real though! Keep on swimming!!

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