Twitter for Business

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Our public scheduled sessions are held in Leatherhead, Surrey and any of our courses can be run as a closed course on your site or on one of ours nationwide.

 

Overview:

What exactly is Twitter and why is it applicable to business? Aspect's one day course will show you

why.

Twitter is a "micro-blogging" service that allows you to send messages with a maximum of 140

characters. When Twitter started in 2006 it was seen as a method of updating people with your

current personal activities. People could very easily answer the question "what am I doing‟ and

inform those following them of what they were up to. Many today still use Twitter this way,

however there is a much wider and better use of Twitter, and that is for business.

Aspect Training's Twitter for Business course shows how Twitter offers a new and innovative way to

drive new traffic t…

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Our public scheduled sessions are held in Leatherhead, Surrey and any of our courses can be run as a closed course on your site or on one of ours nationwide.

 

Overview:

What exactly is Twitter and why is it applicable to business? Aspect's one day course will show you

why.

Twitter is a "micro-blogging" service that allows you to send messages with a maximum of 140

characters. When Twitter started in 2006 it was seen as a method of updating people with your

current personal activities. People could very easily answer the question "what am I doing‟ and

inform those following them of what they were up to. Many today still use Twitter this way,

however there is a much wider and better use of Twitter, and that is for business.

Aspect Training's Twitter for Business course shows how Twitter offers a new and innovative way to

drive new traffic to your website, blog or newsletter, engage with a new audience, share opinions,

tools, resources, knowledge, find new suppliers, connect with new people, and demonstrate your

knowledge. Twitter can also help improve your personal branding, gain feedback, make new

connections and friends, notify your customers of special offers and stock levels, offer fast help and

support, inform people of your whereabouts for impromptu meetings, and perhaps best of all, it is

fast and totally mobile.

Prerequisites:

Delegates should have an understanding of internet technologies and a twitter account.

Course Topics:

Setting up Twitter

Introduction to Twitter

Setting up your Twitter account - photo,

biography, URL

Sending your first tweet

Finding people to follow

Using favourites

Introduction to Tweetdeck

Using Twitter

Tweeting with Tweetdeck

Shortening URLS

Adding groups

Replying to tweets

How to filter

Direct messaging

Following and unfollowing

Configuring Tweetdeck

Adding more than 1 account

Adding a Facebook account

Using search

Translating tweets

Adding a photo

Twitter tricks and tips

Removing inactive followers

Advanced searching

Finding targeted followers

What to tweet about

How to get retweeted

How to engage with people

Using 'Tweetlater' to send tweets out in the

future

Advanced Twitter

Putting it all together

How much to tweet

Using 'Hashtags'

Significance of trending

Top dos and don'ts

Tracking links

Top Twitter business applications, including

Twellow

How to get more click through on your tweets

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