Maximizing Twitter for Marketing and Engagement – Free Webinar

Posted By on Jul 12, 2011 | 3 comments


Twitter is growing by leaps and bounds and it is important that you start utilizing the tool. There are thousands upon millions of people using Twitter and many of them could be your future donors and clients! I will be presenting a webinar on July 27th from 12:00-1:00pm EST to talk about the world of Twitter and development for your marketing potential.

More information can be found here – Maximizing Twitter for Marketing and Engagement

About the Webinar:

Twitter is a fantastic tool for nonprofits to use. It’s free, doesn’t take much time, and gives you access to millions of people. In this webinar, you will learn what context should be included in all of your tweets. You will also learn how to engage in meaningful interactions, keep your target audience in mind and how to measure your success on Twitter. Watch for all the dos and don’ts every nonprofit should know.

You will also learn:

  • Setting up and maximizing your profile
  • Growing followers
  • The importance of re-tweeting
  • Sharing content that matters
  • Time productivity tools Is quantity better than quality?
  • Using Twitter to grow your database
  • The secrets to maximizing Twitter search
  • And much.. much.. much.. more!

About the Instructor

Kyle has quickly built a reputation for an excellent in-depth understanding of the application of social and digital media for both small businesses and large corporations. Kyle is author of two books: Twitter Marketing for Dummies (Wiley, 2009 and 2011) and Branding Yourself (Pearson, 2010). Recognized both locally and globally for his knowledge of social media, he is routinely invited to share his expertise with audiences all over the world. Kyle writes a regular blog at KyleLacy.com that is featured on the AdAge 150. He was recently recognized as the Indianapolis Business Journals Forty-under-40 (2010), Young Alumni of the Year at Anderson University, and Young Professional from TechPoint in Indianapolis.

More information can be found here - Maximizing Twitter for Marketing and Engagement

3 Comments

  1. I am happy to be the first to add a comment. Wishing you a wonderful week.

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