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Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
Tweeting For Your Organization
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Tweeting For Your Organization

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"Don't spam me, bro!" Tips, tricks, tools, and thought-provoking ideas for building a community around your organization through Twitter, but minus the spamming.

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  • Many companies have been scared of this, but who is a better advocate for the company then [sic] the employee.
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    • 1. Tweeting for Your Organization
      Daniel J. Lewis(“the Ramen Noodle”)
    • 2. Who am I?
      theRamenNoodle.com
      AreYouJustWatching.com
      DJosephDesign.com
      @theRamenNoodle
    • 3. Don’t spam me, bro!
    • 4. You already know this
      Twitter is a service for friends, family, and coworkers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing?
    • 5. Case studies
      Zappos
      ComCast
      Qwest
      HR Block
    • 6. Twitter connects real people in direct communication
    • 7. It is not about how many followers you have
    • 8. Bad uses
      Bulk-following
      Nothing interesting
      Not listening
      Not conversing
    • 9. 4 best-practices
      Follow real people
      Be interesting
      Listen to others
      Engage in real conversations
    • 10. Follow People
      Twitter search (RSS)
      Seesmic Desktop & Tweetdeck
      WeFollow.com
      MrTweet.com
    • 11. Return-following
      Care!
      Avoid private accounts?
    • 12. Being interesting
      Not just a newsfeed
      Beyond the “front page”
      Share funny events
      Post pictures
      Ask questions
    • 13. Play games
      TwitPic Tuesday
      Find-It Friday
      Create-a-Caption
      Idea/photo submissions
      Offer rewards
    • 14. Listening
      Ask and answer
      Know what people are saying
      Don’t always try to defend
      Respond in real conversation
    • 15. Listening
      Not an advertisement
      Be human!
      Laugh!
      Encourage more community
      Retweet(ability)
    • 16. Scalability
      Have staff ready to manage
      Remember personality
    • 17. Openness
      Uncontrolled environment
      Policies to permit openness
      Tweets won’t be reviewed or edited
    • 18. Stalk me
      theRamenNoodle.com
      AreYouJustWatching.com
      DJosephDesign.com
      @theRamenNoodle

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