Twitter 101 for Business Workshop at SMX Bootcamp by Ric Dragon

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Twitter 101 for Business Workshop at SMX Bootcamp by @RicDragon of DragonSearch

#SMXsocial13 #Bootcamp

Ask anyone – Twitter is “easy.” Just sign up, and tweet your pithy 140 character updates whenever inspiration strikes. That’s true for individuals – but using Twitter for business requires a lot more thought and care. For starters: Why are you using Twitter? For branding? Customer service? Sales? And what type of “corporate image” are you trying to present and maintain? This session shows you how to establish an effective Twitter presence.

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Twitter 101 for Business Workshop at SMX Bootcamp by Ric Dragon

  1. Twitter 101 #SMXsocial13 #Bootcamp Ric Dragon @RicDragon
  2. 2007
  3. Tweet You follow Me Followers Lists Re-create this so that it’s dynamic over powerpoint slides – and can talk about each section! Profile
  4. # Discover Me Advertising! @ Connect Re-create this so that it’s dynamic over powerpoint slides – and can talk about each section!
  5. Anatomy of a Tweet Name
  6. Anatomy of a Tweet Username
  7. Anatomy of a Tweet Hashtag
  8. Anatomy of a Tweet Mention
  9. Anatomy of a Tweet Shortened URL
  10. Anatomy of a Tweet “via” or “by”
  11. Anatomy of a Tweet reply
  12. Anatomy of a Tweet
  13. Anatomy of a Tweet retweet
  14. Anatomy of a Tweet - Retweets
  15. Anatomy of a Tweet Favorite
  16. Anatomy of a Tweet - Favorite
  17. Anatomy of a Tweet More
  18. User Names Usernames… • Upper/lowercase, numbers, and underscores… • How that’s different than Display name • Real name or handle?
  19. @ Connect Usernames…
  20. The art of tweeting Usernames…
  21. The art of tweeting Usernames…
  22. “Best Practices” Usernames… 1.More @ Tweets! 2.If you start a tweet with “@” 3.Don’t automate 4.Add value in what you tweet 5.Leave room for retweets
  23. tweetup word of the day: March 15, 2009 A group of friends on Twitter (social network) that are planning to meet up. A request by a user to meet with friends via Twitter.
  24. Q&A
  25. Thank You! Ric Dragon, DragonSearch dragon@dragonsearch.net Twitter: @ricdragon

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