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MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarBlueprint To Build !The Perfect Twitter ProfileMarke...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarName & Twitter HandleName & Handle. Keep your handl...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarPicture. Include professional-like photo with a clo...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarBe-Findable BioBio. Use 160 characters to create a ...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarLinkLink. Place your website, blog, or LinkedIn pro...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarBeautiful BackgroundBackground. Place a dark-color,...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarLocationLocation. Enter the largest and closest are...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarPicturesPictures. Tweet relevant pictures to comple...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarListsLists. Create up to 20 lists to categorize and...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarFavoritesFavorites. Favorite 5 tweets weekly to kee...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarDirect Message FolderDirect Message (DM) Folder. Fo...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial Calendar@Connect / Interactions Interactions. This folder n...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial Calendar@Connect / MentionsFollowing. Notes every time some...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarFollowingFollowing. Follow people who complement yo...
MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarTweetsTweets. Lists all of your TweetsMarketingThin...
MarketingThinkMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogCopyright®2013GerryMoran|AllRightsReserved|moran....
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Use these 14 slides to help you build your Twitter profile to help you get found and create a professional account.

I take apart the following sections of your Twitter profile to show you what you need to do and what you should do:

1. Name & Handle
2. Picture
3. Bio
4. Location
5. Link
6. Background
7. Pictures
8. Lists
9. Favorites
10. Interactions
11. Mentions
12. Followers
13. Following
14. Tweets

Good luck with your Twitter profile tune-up!

@GerryMoran

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  1. 1. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarBlueprint To Build !The Perfect Twitter ProfileMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranBy @GerryMoranSCALE: 160 charactersAnother"MarketingThink.com"Social Media BlueprintHow To Build ThePerfect Twitter Profile
  2. 2. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarName & Twitter HandleName & Handle. Keep your handle as close as possible to your name so youcan use it as a ‘signature’Coaching: Consider two accounts, personal and business, to addressyour personal and business goalsMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoran
  3. 3. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarPicture. Include professional-like photo with a close up on yoursmiling face sans pets, boats, QR codes and significant others. Pics arelimited to 160kb and 128x x 128xPerfect PictureMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: Include the same photo from your LinkedIn profile forconsistency, ensuring you are looking left or directly into the camera
  4. 4. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarBe-Findable BioBio. Use 160 characters to create a humanizing description of yourselfCoaching: Treat your bio as SEO copy usingrelevant keywordsMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoran
  5. 5. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarLinkLink. Place your website, blog, or LinkedIn profile hereCoaching: Do not enter “http:www.” when entering yourURL create a cleaner link listingMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoran
  6. 6. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarBeautiful BackgroundBackground. Place a dark-color, horizontal graphic that is no bigger than1252x626 or smaller than 640 pixels wide to complement the white textMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: Include graphics and copy built into thebackground to expand your overall profile
  7. 7. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarLocationLocation. Enter the largest and closest area or cityMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: Use the location that willshow up when others geo-search
  8. 8. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarPicturesPictures. Tweet relevant pictures to complement your profileMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: Take and tweet at least 6 pictures toget the most use from this gallery
  9. 9. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarListsLists. Create up to 20 lists to categorize and follow up to 500 users ineach list. Lists are limited to 25 characters. This area includes your listsand the lists in which others have placed youMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: You can include someone in your list whoyou don’t follow to see their tweets
  10. 10. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarFavoritesFavorites. Favorite 5 tweets weekly to keep this arearelevant and show Twitter ‘love’ to othersMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: Use this area to build a short testimoniallist from favorites that mention you
  11. 11. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarDirect Message FolderDirect Message (DM) Folder. Folder contains your DM’s andDM’s/responses from others. You are limited to 250 daily DM’s MarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: When this folder has a blue dot over it, it means youhave a message! Check for messages a few times a day
  12. 12. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial Calendar@Connect / Interactions Interactions. This folder notes everytime someone follows,favorites, mentions, retweets, or places you on a listMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: Use these interactions as a way to start and continue apublic conversation. It’s also a great way to increase your Klout score
  13. 13. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial Calendar@Connect / MentionsFollowing. Notes every time someone mentions you in a Tweet with aReply or Mention. There is overlap with the Interactions ‘folder’MarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: Automatically follow people who RT andmention you. Keep your following limited to 250 a day
  14. 14. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarFollowingFollowing. Follow people who complement your personal brandand goals. You can follow up to 2,000 without any ‘problems’. MarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: Automatically follow people who RT andmention you. Keep your following limited to 250 a day
  15. 15. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarTweetsTweets. Lists all of your TweetsMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoranCoaching: You are limited to 1,000 daily Tweets
  16. 16. MarketingThinkMarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogCopyright®2013GerryMoran|AllRightsReserved|moran.gerry@gmail.comBy @GerryMoranSCALE: 160 charactersAnother!MarketingThink.com!Social Media BlueprintHow To Build ThePerfect Twitter ProfileMarketingThink.comPlease pass this blueprint on to help build better socialmedia messaging throughout the world!Reach me @GerryMoran with any questions!Rev. Feb. 25, 2013  NAME  Lists. Create up to 20 lists tocategorize and follow up to 500users in each listCoaching: You can includesomeone in your list who youdon’t follow to see their tweetsCATEGORY  (160 char)  TWEETS   Picture(160kb,128x128px)@TWITTER_HANDLE  TWITTER BIO  LOCATION   LINK  FOLLOWING  FOLLOWERS  FAVORITES  LISTS  TWEETS  (25 char.)  Link. Place your website, blog, orLInkedIn profile hereCoaching: Do not enter“http:www.” when entering yourURL create a cleaner link listingFollowing. Follow people whocomplement your personal brandand goalsCoaching: Automatically followpeople who RT and mention youPicture. Include professional-like photowith a close up on your smiling face sanspets, boats, QR codes and significant othersCoaching: Include the same photo fromyour LinkedIn profile for consistency,ensuring you are looking left or directlyinto the cameraName & Handle. Keep your handleas close as possible to your name soyou can use it as a ‘signature’Coaching: Consider two accounts,personal and business, to addressyour personal and business goalsBio. Use 160 characters to create ahumanizing description of yourselfCoaching: Treat your bio as SEOcopy using relevant keywordsLocation. Enter the largestand closest area or cityCoaching: Use the locationthat will show up whenothers geo-searchPictures. Tweet relevant pictures tocomplement your profileCoaching: Take and tweet at least 6 picturesto get the most use from this galleryBackground. Place a dark-color, horizontal graphicthat is no bigger than 1252x626 or smaller than 640pixels wide to complement the white textCoaching: Include graphics and copy built into thebackground to expand your overall profileFavorites. Favorite 5 tweetsweekly to keep this area relevantCoaching: Use this area to build ashort testimonial list fromfavorites that mention you
  17. 17. MarketingThinkBlogging Session #1Topics | Keywords | Editorial CalendarMarketingThink.comHelping You Survive In A Social & Digital WorldSocial Media & Marketing Coaching Blog | Social Media & Marketing Coaching | Social Media Channel Management@GerryMoran | 215-817-4085 | gerry.moran@marketingthink.com MarketingThink.com | Social Media & Marketing Coaching BlogMarketingThink.com@GerryMoran
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