A Profile That’s          Something to Tweet                About          The Alternative Health Practitioner’s Guide    ...
Ready to join Twitter              but need a little help getting                       started?                        Yo...
BEFORE YOU CAN                           TWEET...                            Tweet?Thursday, April 5, 12
...you have to create a        tweet-worthy                profile.Thursday, April 5, 12
Or else, nobody will                        want to connect with you.Thursday, April 5, 12
Twitter should be                   fun, Right?                          Yeah!Thursday, April 5, 12
Well, half the FUN is                in the connecting!                        So, let’s build YOU a                      ...
Yippee!                        Woo!                         Hooray!Thursday, April 5, 12
Step #1:                        Choose a Username              @i_heart_tweets         @Feel_Good_Now          Remember: w...
choose                        carefully!                           HINT:        It’s usually best to set your username as ...
Step #2: Choose A                             PHotoThursday, April 5, 12
SPAM                       IMPORTANT:              TWITTER USERS WITHOUT A PHOTO                 WILL BE MARKED AS SPAM.Th...
Your photo should be  simple & professional                         Headshot      LogoThursday, April 5, 12
Me!!                        Don’t forget:            Twitter pictures are small, so if your            photo is too busy p...
Step #3: Fill out                           your name                         (um, your real name)                        ...
STEP #4: ADD YOUR                       LOCATION                        Really Cool Twitter Feature:                It all...
STEP #4: ADD YOUR                       LOCATION                        Therefore, when adding your location, be a        ...
Step #5: Link To Your Website                    The point of all of this Twitter stuff is to                             ...
Your                                 Website                        Online Traffic = Offline BusinessThursday, April 5, 12
Step #6: Personal Bio                                  You only get                          160 characters to work with, ...
That’s it!                        It’s that easy!Thursday, April 5, 12
Want to learn more?!               For more online marketing help check out our other                        ebooks, tutor...
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Now that you understand what Twitter is, we'll help you get started by teaching you how to set up a Twitter profile for you, as an alternative health and wellness practitioner. A dynamic profile is key to a successful Twitter account and this presentation will help ensure that you have all the bases covered!

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The Alternative Health Practitioner's Guide to Creating a Twitter Profile

  1. 1. A Profile That’s Something to Tweet About The Alternative Health Practitioner’s Guide to Creating a Twitter Profile FeelGoodNow about your Twitter profile!Thursday, April 5, 12
  2. 2. Ready to join Twitter but need a little help getting started? You’ve come to the right place!Thursday, April 5, 12
  3. 3. BEFORE YOU CAN TWEET... Tweet?Thursday, April 5, 12
  4. 4. ...you have to create a tweet-worthy profile.Thursday, April 5, 12
  5. 5. Or else, nobody will want to connect with you.Thursday, April 5, 12
  6. 6. Twitter should be fun, Right? Yeah!Thursday, April 5, 12
  7. 7. Well, half the FUN is in the connecting! So, let’s build YOU a tweet-tacular profile!Thursday, April 5, 12
  8. 8. Yippee! Woo! Hooray!Thursday, April 5, 12
  9. 9. Step #1: Choose a Username @i_heart_tweets @Feel_Good_Now Remember: whatever you set as your username will be how people identify you on TwitterThursday, April 5, 12
  10. 10. choose carefully! HINT: It’s usually best to set your username as either your name or the name of your business.Thursday, April 5, 12
  11. 11. Step #2: Choose A PHotoThursday, April 5, 12
  12. 12. SPAM IMPORTANT: TWITTER USERS WITHOUT A PHOTO WILL BE MARKED AS SPAM.Thursday, April 5, 12
  13. 13. Your photo should be simple & professional Headshot LogoThursday, April 5, 12
  14. 14. Me!! Don’t forget: Twitter pictures are small, so if your photo is too busy potential clients will have a hard time identifying you.Thursday, April 5, 12
  15. 15. Step #3: Fill out your name (um, your real name) Your real name appears next to your username whenever you send a tweet. This helps the people you know recognize you!Thursday, April 5, 12
  16. 16. STEP #4: ADD YOUR LOCATION Really Cool Twitter Feature: It allows you to search people by location!Thursday, April 5, 12
  17. 17. STEP #4: ADD YOUR LOCATION Therefore, when adding your location, be a specific as possible! You want to appear in those search resultsThursday, April 5, 12
  18. 18. Step #5: Link To Your Website The point of all of this Twitter stuff is to BRING IN THE BIZ! (uh, as in business....to get more clients, ya know?) Include a link to your website, so your Twitter followers can visit it!Thursday, April 5, 12
  19. 19. Your Website Online Traffic = Offline BusinessThursday, April 5, 12
  20. 20. Step #6: Personal Bio You only get 160 characters to work with, so be concise! Remember, it’s not a resume! Just a short description for people to get to know YOU!Thursday, April 5, 12
  21. 21. That’s it! It’s that easy!Thursday, April 5, 12
  22. 22. Want to learn more?! For more online marketing help check out our other ebooks, tutorials, videos and presentations at: FeelGoodNow.com or via Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Now, you Feel Good about your Twitter profile!Thursday, April 5, 12
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