Social Reporting Part 2: A Deep Dive Into Twitter

Twitter can help you gather news, find good sources, strengthen your site and share your work with a global audience. Learning how to unleash its power is the trick.

As part of our popular Startup to Success series, SF Bay Area Journalists is proud to present a comprehensive look into social media and reporting on two consecutive nights. (Please see related posting for Part 1 – Facebook and Beyond with Stacy Bond )

SOCIAL REPORTING, PART 2: DEEP DIVE INTO TWITTER  

New Media Strategist Adriel Hampton offers a deeper look into Twitter, showing how to create better tweets, increase your audience, create an automated Twitter newspaper, organize your feeds and find the most useful features. 

Hampton has a strong background in traditional print and broadcast news and is a leading expert in new media tools, community building and political use of social media. He counts 11,000 Twitter followers, is chief organizer for NationBuilder, and manages the Gov 2.0 LinkedIn group with 5,000 members.

Sign up for your twitter account now to make sure that you lock in your twitter name.  You may be surprised how many @(input your name here)’s are out there.   You can start by following the following folks! @sfbaj, @adrielhampton, @RedwoodTom @erinpalmquist, and @randalljensen

When:  5:45-8 p.m., on Wednesday, August 24
Cost:
$5, paid in advance.
  $7 at the door (pre-registration required).  
Host: SFBAJ Co-organizer and indepdendent filmmaker Erin Palmquist.

Special
Two-night Rebate: Attend both social media sessions for $7.  Just pre-pay $5 for each session and get a three-dollar rebate at the second session – that’s 50% off the at-the-door price!
(Pre-paid discounts available through Monday. After that, remaining seats will be sold at the door at full price.)





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  • Emmie

    Really great info.

    August 29, 2011

  • Michael F.

    I read a lot about Twitter. This meetup did a great job of covering a lot of ground in a short time and providing comprehensive insight instead of disjointed tips. It was well worth the time I took to attend and totally in line with the high quality of speakers SFBAJ tends to draw.

    August 25, 2011

  • Kathleen H.

    Very informative!

    August 25, 2011

  • Erin P.

    Thank you Adriel for the wealth of inspiration! Great questions from the audience! It never ceases to amaze me how deep you really can dive into Twitter. The possibilities are limitless. If you missed the event, you can access most of the information he presented in the Twitter section on his website. http://adrielhampton.com/twitte...­

    August 25, 2011

  • Pam M.

    Lots of great information and plenty of good question. Adriel brought lots of new ideas on twitter use.

    August 25, 2011

  • Erin P.

    Thank you Adriel for the wealth of inspiration! Great questions from the audience! It never ceases to amaze me how deep you really can dive into Twitter. The possibilities are limitless. If you missed the event, you can access most of the information he presented in the Twitter section on his website. http://adrielhampton.com/twitte...­

    August 25, 2011

  • Sheila O.

    Loved it and would like more classes like this, pls keep me in mind! thanks

    August 25, 2011

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