TWITTER UPDATES    Current as of Feb. 3, 2011
New Twitter LogoOnline: Use the phrase “Follow me/us on Twitter”with the word “Twitter” spelled out or with a Twitterlogo ...
Don’ts with the Twitter LogoManipulate the logos unless necessary due to color restrictions (for example, black andwhite)I...
Additional InfoDon’t use screenshots of other people’s profiles or Tweets without their permission.Don’t use the Twitter n...
Govt. Contact and Info SourceNew government contact at Twitter is Adam Sharp (Sharp@twitter.com) or @AdamS onTwitterPer Ra...
Podcast GoodiesBeancast: (My personal fave!) Weekly roundtable podcast featuring notables from marketing,advertising, inte...
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Twitter Update - - All Service Social Media Conference - February 2011

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Ms. Heather Marsh of the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) presents an overview of new updates to Twitter, including logo changes February 3, 2011 DoD All Services Social Media Conference.

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Twitter Update - - All Service Social Media Conference - February 2011

  1. 1. TWITTER UPDATES Current as of Feb. 3, 2011
  2. 2. New Twitter LogoOnline: Use the phrase “Follow me/us on Twitter”with the word “Twitter” spelled out or with a Twitterlogo and an optional link to your Twitter Account. You can also use the current Twitter logo, Twitter Bird icon, or one of the Twitter buttons as a link to your account:Print: Use the phrase “Follow me/us on Twitter”with the word “Twitter” spelled out or with a Twitterlogo and your username.
  3. 3. Don’ts with the Twitter LogoManipulate the logos unless necessary due to color restrictions (for example, black andwhite)Imply sponsorship, endorsement, or false association with Twitter, Inc.Use the Twitter bird as a spokesperson to carry your logos or messaging (for example, yourlogo next to or being carried by the bird).Use anything other than the most current versions of the Twitter logos.Use any other artwork from our site without explicit permission.Create your own buttons or marks using our logos.
  4. 4. Additional InfoDon’t use screenshots of other people’s profiles or Tweets without their permission.Don’t use the Twitter name, logos, or Tweet marks on any apparel, product, or merchandisewithout our permission.Don’t use the Twitter marks in your avatar or business icon.Please remember to capitalize the “T” in Twitter and Tweet. For further information aboutuse of Twitter’s name and trademarks, please contact trademarks at Twitter.com.
  5. 5. Govt. Contact and Info SourceNew government contact at Twitter is Adam Sharp (Sharp@twitter.com) or @AdamS onTwitterPer Rachel Flagg (GSA customer service), the Federal Web Managers Council has reachedout to Adam on behalf of our community to figure out the most efficient was to worktogetherInformation compiled from “Guidelines for Use of the Twitter Trademark” offered onTwitter.com
  6. 6. Podcast GoodiesBeancast: (My personal fave!) Weekly roundtable podcast featuring notables from marketing,advertising, interactive and public relations community. Panelists discuss latest in industry newswith a “healthy dose of perspective” (**family friendly). Hosted by Bob Knorpp (Advertising Age) http://www.beancast.us/ and available on iTunes.AdAge: Daily audio reports that provide leading advertising, marketing and media news stories. available on iTunesAdverve: Bill Green and Angela Natividad discuss advertising topis that “will make you laugh...orcringe.” (**NOT family friendly) Bill and Angela are regulars on the Beancast. available on iTunesAddicted to Social Media: (My least fave.) Seth Goldstein, Neil Wiser and Jody Raines discusslatest and greatest in the world of social media. available on iTunes

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