I am a twitter aficionado (I love the educational and informational resources available on twitter.) Knowing that about me, my virtual colleague Maria Peagler, who created Social Media Online Classes invited me to make guest video appearances throughout her online twitter courses. She is now allowing me to use those initially proprietary guest videos (that only her paying students got to see!) in this four part series I’ll call twitter 101.
We start the series with how Maria and I met. It was her generous offer of a free and useful scheduling gift that launched our online friendship. (Hint: people love free stuff!) Maria was a featured speaker at Tory Johnson’s Spark & Hustle conference last summer and was recently profiled by Tory as a “Daring Doer.” Maria regularly helps small business owners succeed by teaching them to use social media to engage their customers. Here then is my one minute introductory twitter video to her course.
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I didn’t realize you were quite such a Twitter fan. I use it, but less than FB. Appreciate your comments.
Thanks Sue. Yes, definitely a twitter fan. No doubt my favorite social media platform. This is the second time I’ve been asked to guest teach about it in fact! To some people it’s off-putting. To me, as a former journalist it’s a fantastic information resource!
Mel, I will look forward to learning more about how I can use Twitter beyond what I currently do. Thanks.
I haven’t used Twitter much so really am interested in learning more about how I can utilize it more effectively.
Glad you find this of interest Linda!
Thanks for sharing. I’m a planner so I’m definitely digging the schedule. I just created an editorial calendar for myself, and helped a client with one yesterday.
Thanks Tiffany. Yes, editorial calendars are great!