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Learn why Twitter is an essential tool for business and develop a strategy that's right for you.

Learn why Twitter is an essential tool for business and develop a strategy that's right for you.

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  • Mashable’s Twitter Guidebook - http://mashable.com/guidebook/twitter/
  • MentionUsing a person’s Twitter username, you and others can mention them in your Tweets by preceding it with the @ symbol, eg: "Glad your shipment arrived @janesmith
  • RetweetWhen you see a Tweet by another user that you want to share, click Retweet below it to forward it to your followers instantly.
  • If you want to privately Tweet to a particular user who's already following you, start your Tweet with DM or D to direct-message them, eg: "DM @joesmith234 what is your order number?"
  • HashtagUsers often put # and then a word or phrase in their Tweets to categorize them for others eg: "Check out our new products for the Fall: http://t.co/link2 #fallsale" Think of hashtags as the theme of your Tweet. Users can then click on a hashtag to see other similarly-themed tweets and find yours in search.
  • Lists - Curated groups of other Twitter users. Used to tie specific individuals into a group on your Twitter account. Displayed on the right side menu of your homepage.
  • Twitter’s X FactorInfluence - 6 times as much content (Blogs, Tweets, etc.) is created by those on on Twitter, than those who are not - Twitter has the most powerful influencers. (ExactTarget and CoTweet Study August 3, 2010)Brevity - 140 characters - short, to the point. Accessibility - Don’t need to be a ‘friend’ or follower to connect and have a conversation. Great leveler. Story of #socialstory conferenceInteraction - Conversations, Connections, Sharing.Versatility - Universal use. Doesn’t do just one thing, it does it all. Text, images, video, links.
  • There really are no real ‘rules’ about how to use Twitter - but there are right and wrong ways to engage with people.
  • Share. Share photos and behind the scenes info about your business. Even better, give a glimpse of developing projects and events. Users come to Twitter to get and share the latest, so give it to them!
  • Listen. Regularly monitor the comments about your company, brand, and products.
  • Ask. Ask questions of your followers to glean valuable insights and show that you are listening.
  • Respond. Respond to compliments and feedback in real time
  • Reward. Tweet updates about special offers, discounts and time-sensitive deals.
  • Demonstrate wider leadership and know-how. Reference articles and links about the bigger picture as it relates to your business.
  • Champion your stakeholders. Retweet and reply publicly to great tweets posted by your followers and customers.
  • Establish the right voice. Twitter users tend to prefer a direct, genuine, and of course, a likable tone from your business, but think about yourvoice as you Tweet. How do you want your business to appear to the Twitter community?
  • Backgrounds
  • URL Shorteners
  • Photo Sharing
  • Video Sharing
  • Tweetstats
  • Klout
  • Seesmic
  • Hootsuite
  • TweetDeck

Twitter 101 workshop Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The Wonderful World of Twitter
  • 2. What We’re Going to Cover
    What is Twitter?
    Getting Started
    Twitter How To’s & Resources
    The Language of Twitter
    Why Twitter?
    Who’s Using It & How
    Twitter Tools
    Measuring Twitter
    Managing Twitter
    Hands On
  • 3. What is Twitter?
    Twitter is an information network made up of 140-character messages.
    Just started @arnoldmcp Twitter workshop.
  • 4. Getting Started
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  • 13. Twitter How To’s& Resources
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  • 17. The Language of Twitter
  • 18. Mentions
  • 19. Mentions
  • 20. Retweet
  • 21. Message (DM)
  • 22. #hashtags
  • 23. Lists
  • 24. Lists
  • 25. Why Twitter?
  • 26. What is it about Twitter?
    Influence Brevity Accessibility
    InteractionVersatility
  • 27. Who’s Using Twitter
    • 95 million Tweets per day – Jan 2011*
    • 28. 175 million users Worldwide.- Jan 2011*
    • 29. 370,000 new sign-ups daily*
    • 30. Average age of users in the US – 35**
    • 31. Average income of users in the US $68,700**
    * www.twitter.com
    **Source Marketing Profs Research Spotlight Twitter 2010
  • 32. What’s in it for you?
    • When users share links on Twitter - 40.1% click through, Facebook is 24%, Email is 15.2%, Banner ads is averaging 0.2 or 0.3%.
    • 33. 79% of consumers who follow brands are more likely to recommend a brand.
    • 34. 67% of consumers are more likely to buy brands after becoming a follower.
     
    Source Marketing Profs Research Spotlight Twitter 2010 & Wikipedia
  • 35. So What Does This Mean?
    Twitter users not only have influence but they have buying power. 
    If you’re not there, you’re missing out.
  • 36. Who’s using it & how?
  • 37. Ways To Use Twitter
    Share
    Listen
    Ask
    Respond
    Reward
    Leadership
    Champion
    Find your own voice
  • 38. Share
  • 39. Listen
  • 40. Ask
  • 41. Respond
  • 42. Reward
  • 43. Leadership & Know how
  • 44. Be a Champion
  • 45. Establish Your Own Voice
  • 46. Twitter Tools
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  • 77. Hands On