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A basic Twitter 101 that I presented to my media team at DRAFTFCB.

A basic Twitter 101 that I presented to my media team at DRAFTFCB.

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    Twitter 101 Twitter 101 Presentation Transcript

    • twitter 101 the jen beio center for kids who can’t tweet good and want to learn about other social media stuff, too
    • tweet, tweet.
      • what is twitter?
      • why should I care?
      • what should I say?
      • what are brands saying?
      • how do I set this thing up?
      • now what?
    • so, what is twitter?
    • wikipedia says:
      • Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read other users' updates known as tweets.
      • Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters which are displayed on the user's profile page and delivered to other users who have subscribed to them (known as followers).
      • Users can send and receive tweets via the Twitter website, Short Message Service (SMS) or external applications.
      Courtesy of Wikipedia.org
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    • no seriously , what is twitter? (P.S. this is why you should care)
    • Survey results courtesy of Michael Leis. Sample size 600.
    • platform archive digital communication en masse
    • twitter is a platform . it’s people talking via the internet.
    • twitter is people talking to people .
    • twitter is brands talking to people .
    • twitter is people talking to brands .
    • twitter is the stream of consciousness of the web community.
    • twitter is an archive . a living, breathing, permanent, indexed & searchable digital database of conversations .
    • twitter search allows you to look up a topic, link, discussion, what-have-you…
    • … and view every mention of that topic, chronologically and live-linked to view the original context or conversation.
    • twitter is a virtually limitless archive of human communication .
    • twitter is mass comm . it’s kind of a big deal . Courtesy of Wikipedia.org 1 2 3
    • and, getting bigger. Courtesy of Wikipedia.org and the comScore blog
    • in numbers? they’re looking at roughly 23MM monthly uniques . that’s pretty good. Courtesy of Wikipedia.or and the comScore blog
    • twitter is a social media tool. it’s about the people, and the conversations .
    • Q: what should I say?
    • A: be yourself. people seem to like twitter because it’s real .
    • the question asks, what are you doing? so, start there.
    • from there, start sharing . share funny stuff. note: youtube is probably pretty pleased about this aspect
    • share stuff that’s relevant , stuff you might like to see.
    • if you’re a creator of content , share that too. start discussions . the twittersphere is your oyster.
    • brands are doing the same thing. the brands that are thriving on twitter are keeping it real .
    • brands that get it are being helpful .
    • also, personable. people are on twitter for conversation , not to see advertisements.
    • smart brands are conducting a little research on the sly. free focus group, anyone?
    • being yourself helps to build friend communities. which translates pretty nicely into fan communities, for brands.
    • how do I set this thing up? (translation: is it tricky?)
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    • just enter your info. barriers to entry = basically zero.
    • okay, now what?
    • it’s time to start tweeting! but first, a few items to note…
    • to speak to* someone, use an @ symbol, and then their twitter name. *note!! This conversation will be PUBLIC
    • to speak privately, use D, space, and then username.
    • to pass along something awesome , use RT for ReTweet. always good to give credit where credit is due.
    • to start a discussion on a topic, use a hashtag (#). this doesn’t need to include a username, and will make it easier to search for, later.
    • you’re ready to go!
    • start by following your friends . then, read up on their conversations, and follow their friends, too. follow industry folks, brands, and brand representatives, too. follow anyone interesting .
    • if the following gets too intense , check out some applications. apps sort out conversations and followers per your specifications.
    • tweetdeck is my personal favorite.
    • twitter is a platform for conversation. an archive of communication. it’s digital communication gone mainstream .
    • twitter helps to gather friends and find people with similar interests for conversation. for people, and for brands, too.
    • thanks for listening!
    • @ lilmissjen (Jen Beio) Media Planner, DRAFTFCB special thanks to @ russu (Russ Unger) @ mleis (Michael Leis) and @ exitcreative (Clay Parker Jones) for their insight.
    • thanks also, go to @ mommybeio @ donkeyTs @ juliaroy @ ryanpaulsmith @ MooseJawMadness @ bud_caddell @ amers_79 @ jon_eric @ exitcreative @ mikearauz for helping me prove my points. @ IndulgeALittle @ zappos @ BlissSpa @ russu @ scubachris @ clpreg @ nguyenduong