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Brief explanation of Twitter and using the platform for education and business

Brief explanation of Twitter and using the platform for education and business

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  • 1. Using Twitter
  • 2. Main Menu • What is Twitter? • Terms • Hashtags – #Leadership – #Pittsburgh • Twitter for Businesses • Businesses to Follow • People to Follow • Publications to Follow • Resources • Next Steps
  • 3. What is Twitter? • Real Time Information Network – Stories, ideas, opinions, services • Tweet – up to 140 Characters – Include link to video, photo, etc • Connect with People, Places, Organizations, & More Twitter Video
  • 4. Twitter Stats
  • 5. Twitter News Feed
  • 6. Terms • Mention • Retweet • Message • Hashtag
  • 7. Hashtags • “#” Symbol • Mark keywords or topics • Follow the Conversation – #Leadership – #Pittsburgh
  • 8. #Leadership
  • 9. #Pittsburgh
  • 10. Twitter for Business & Education • • • • • • Connect to consumers in real time Share information on products & services Real-Time market intelligence Feedback Build Relationships Market & Sell Products Twitter for Business
  • 11. Follow Businesses
  • 12. Follow People
  • 13. Follow Publications
  • 14. Resources • • • • Help Center Best Practices Case Studies Small Business Guide