An Introduction to
Twitter
November 4, 2013
Agenda
I.

Getting Started

II. Tweeting
III. Future Topics
Getting Started
A.

Set up account
a.
Account name – fifteen (15) alphanumeric characters
b.
If company name used then rem...
Tweeting
A. One hundred and forty (140) characters available but note…
a. Your name could be up to fifteen (15) characters...
Future Topics
A. Navigating Twitter
B. Frequency
C. Content
D. Building a community

E. Others?
Appendix
Resources
SME’s
1.
2.
3.

Laura Fitton (@Pistachio)
Hollis Thomases (@hollisthomases)
Frank Young (@SocialMedia4_us )

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Twitter introduction 01

  1. 1. An Introduction to Twitter November 4, 2013
  2. 2. Agenda I. Getting Started II. Tweeting III. Future Topics
  3. 3. Getting Started A. Set up account a. Account name – fifteen (15) alphanumeric characters b. If company name used then remember to include team names in Bio c. SEO implications – Google, Yahoo! B. Find people to follow a. Set up process 1. 2. b. c. Twitter Search (https://twitter.com/Twittersearch ) Third party tools 1. 2. C. People already using Twitter Inviting non-users to Twitter Twitterlocal (http://www.twitterlocal.net/ ) Twellow (http://www.twellow.com/ ) The profile a. Avatar b. Background image or color for Home screen c. Bio (one hundred and sixty (160) characters available)
  4. 4. Tweeting A. One hundred and forty (140) characters available but note… a. Your name could be up to fifteen (15) characters b. Links can be very long B. Audiences for tweets a. Entire Twitter community b. Semi-publically to users approved to receive messages c. Privately from one user to another C. How Tweets can be viewed a. Internet b. Mobile phone c. Tablets
  5. 5. Future Topics A. Navigating Twitter B. Frequency C. Content D. Building a community E. Others?
  6. 6. Appendix
  7. 7. Resources SME’s 1. 2. 3. Laura Fitton (@Pistachio) Hollis Thomases (@hollisthomases) Frank Young (@SocialMedia4_us ) Books 1. 2. 3. Twitter for Dummies All a Twitter Twitter Tips, Tricks, and Tweets Links 1. 2. 3. The Twitter Blog Network Use Twellow to Find Twitter Tweeple to Follow, Tweet, and Retweet! Twitter on Mashable
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