If you have made increasing Social Media Marketing in your practice this year, here are a few resources for those who are new to Twitter. Enjoy the read and I hope that you will figure out how to effectively use Twitter in your practice effectively without intruding on other’s personal space. For more information on that, read my prior post about Too Much Social Media.
Twitter for Beginners.
The Beginner’s Guide to Twitter
Michael Hyatt shares a tutorial on how to set up Twitter for your cell phone.
He also goes over some basics on how to tweet with third-party tools.
Newbie’s Guide to Twitter
Rafe Needleman shares a step-by-step process of getting started on Twitter. His steps include basics like the initial account set up, getting started on your mobile phone; following and joining friends and even mindset ideas for new Twitter users.
Twitter and Personal Branding: The BIG Mistake I See People Make Every Single Day
David Meerman Scott shares secrets you can use to setup your Twitter profile with your personal brand.
Why You Need a Kick Ass Twitter Background
Marian Schembari shares a few profiles on Twitter and why they represent their brands so well.
It’s OK to Have Multiple Twitter Accounts
In fact, it’s necessary if you have personal and business Twitter needs. Christian Collard explains how he uses multiple accounts for his business to target followers and build relationships.
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