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(Note from Monica: Originally the amazing Tanya Roberts and I were running the workshop, but Tanya is at full capacity with her work and I am fortunate to have another awesome and brilliant gal to work with. I am thrilled to have Stephanie Michelle Scott of Wildfire Effect as my new partner.)
We’re aiming to offer this workshop, geared towards beginners, monthly. If you’d like to be kept posted, please fill out this quick form and we’ll keep you in the loop. (We might also offer advanced sessions at some point in the future. Again, please fill out our form if you want to be updated.)
FYI, the sessions will be informative, educational – and fun!
General Session Information
You’ve heard that Twitter is a great marketing tool, but you still don’t get it, right? As Steven Berlin Johnson wrote in his Time Magazine story on Twitter, “The one thing you can say for certain about Twitter is that it makes a terrible first impression. The service allows you to send 140-character updates to your followers,” he writes, “and you think, why does the world need this, exactly?”
The goal of this workshop is to demystify Twitter and give you tangible, real life examples that you can use to get on the Twitter bandwagon, beef up your marketing efforts, and ultimately grow your online presence.
- Twitter: What is it good for?
- Getting Set-up: Creating a compelling profile and generating content.
- Growing Your Following: Building your following and engaging followers.
- Twitter & Marketing: Adding social media to your marketing mix.
- Best Practices: What works? Real life examples, cautions, and what “not to do.”
If you’d like to read more about us, check out Tanya’s post here.
And if you’d like to get an idea of my presentation style, here’s a video of my Northern Voice talk on “Finding Your Online Voice”.
It’s a tremendous honour to be in a spread with so many brilliant and amazing people.