Twitter for Business Course

  • January 28, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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There are 465 million Twitter accounts sharing 175 million tweets each day. Twitter is where business professionals shares news and information, build and strengthen their network of contacts, generate leads, develop new business and even get hired.

If you want to leverage the fastest and most intimate online social network for business, take this course and learn to Twitter.

You don't need to be a techie to take this course. Whether you're a digital immigrant or a Facebook ninja, this course is for you!

You will learn:

• Why You Need to be on Twitter for Business

• The Anatomy of Twitter

• Anatomy of a Tweet

• How to Secure Your Twitter Account

• Legal Ramifications of Maintaining a Twitter Account

• How to Launch an Account, Tweet, @Mention, Retweet and DM

• @Mentions and Hashtags

• Followers, Following & Lists

• How to use Favorites for Business

• How to Find to Right People to Follow

• How to use Link Shorteners

• Best days and times to Tweet

• What to Tweet about and best practices for getting Retweeted

• Branded vs. Personal Twitter Accounts

• Personal vs. Professional Tweets

• Benefits and Drawbacks of Autotweets

• Finding Twitter Users

• Bonus: Case Study

Cindy Solomon is the instructor.

Cindy F. Solomon is a product marketing leader and product management expert. She is an innovator, early adopter, serial entrepreneur, product excellence evangelist, content marketing & social media strategist, and contributing author to several books, including "42 Rules of Product Marketing” and the Guide to the ProdBOK, Product Management & Marketing Body of Knowledge. Solomon brings over 20 years of driving successful product marketing initiatives at enterprise level and early stage software, hardware, web development, services, and software product marketing organizations including Apple, Vadem, NetObjects and start-ups in Silicon Valley. She holds CPM/CPMM certification.

You are welcome to bring your laptops. There is wifi in the building.

Cost:$20 Early Bird until sold out or until 1/18/2014

$25 Regular Attendee- Until 1/24/2014

$30 Late Attendee- Until 1/27/2014

$35 At the door-Day of price

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  • renee

    The Twiiter for Business workshop provided useful information....

    2 · January 29, 2014

  • Sylvia M.

    Good to meet you last night Aurice. Enjoyed the workshop. Learned lots of Twitter tools to use that I didn't know about. Will come in handy if I decide that tweeting is beneficial to my business. Must devote a lot of time tweeting for it to be beneficial at this time. Linked In, Blogging and Pinterest are what I will be focusing on.

    3 · January 29, 2014

  • Aurice

    Please take this survey from surveymonkey if you attended the event. Thanks.

    January 29, 2014

  • Eboni

    Printed my ticket. Something to think about these types of events should accept paperless tickets... to promote technology use & help the environment in the process.

    January 28, 2014

    • Aurice

      You do not have to print a paper ticket. Your name is on a list at the front. Eventbrite send an automated email to everyone but there is no need to bring a paper ticket.

      2 · January 28, 2014

  • Eboni

    Hello, where will this workshop take place ? The ticket refers to the 101 Broadway address and the meet up has the 317 Washington address. Thanks

    January 28, 2014

    • Aurice

      Hmm...The Port has two locations. This event will take place at 317 Washington. Thanks for letting me know. An email was just send out to everyone.

      January 28, 2014

  • KYB

    Where is the link to pay?

    January 21, 2014

    • Aurice

      Here's the link.

      January 21, 2014

    • Aurice

      The link to pay on the meetup page is at the top. I'm not sure what you are looking at. Are you using the Meetup app? It's to the right of the screen next to the cost.

      January 21, 2014

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