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Twitter Stylebook

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Tips, Tricks, Ideas, Best Practices, and Things You Should Know So You Can Engage with 200 Million People

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Twitter Stylebook

  1. 1. Twitter: Life in 140 Characters or Fewer<br />Tips, Tricks, Ideas, Best Practices, and Things You Should Know So You Can Engage with 200 Million People<br />
  2. 2. Basics: Listen First, Engage Second<br />You created an account. Now what?<br />Perform searches on keywords of interest to you; start following accounts with something noteworthy.<br />Emulate those in your industry; study what they tweet and how they do it.<br />Login and stay logged in to Twitter on your smartphone.<br />
  3. 3. Synch, Automate and Propagate<br />Most people don’t tweet from<br />Use the tweet button on webpages containing articles, blogposts, or graphics you find interesting.<br />Download AddThis or ShareThis to your web browser to make any webpage you visit more ‘social.’<br />Connect your LinkedIn, Facebook, and YouTube pages to Twitter, for automatic tweeting.<br />
  4. 4. Advanced Tweeting<br />Can’t get enough?<br />Use an engagement platform like TweetDeck, Seesmic or HootSuite to keep drafts of, replicate, and schedule future tweets.<br />Create and manage multiple lists of followers. Use to organize and better understand who is following you and who you are following.<br />Track who clicks on the links included in your tweets. Sign up for and create customized, shortened URLs for better tracking.<br />
  5. 5. ‘Twitter Stylebook’:Tips, Pointers<br />Abbreviate<br />Abbreviations are needed to fit the 140-character rule. Be creative without sacrificing meaning.<br />Twitter’s keyword system, usually with # in front of a word you believe users will search. Fact: Twitter does not own the hashtags.<br />Hashtags<br />Content Type<br />Multimedia is the way to go. Add [PHOTO], [VIDEO] or [INFOGRAPHIC] in front of a tweet, for additional emphasis.<br />Links<br />A link is your call-to-action -- always include one.<br />
  6. 6. Thank You & Stay Connected!<br />Russell Dalton<br />@Demandum<br /><br />(888) 743-7712<br />