Workshop 102: How To Use Twitter to Build Your Business Brand
When: Custom dates to suit.
Where: Custom locations to suit.
Curious to learn how to build your business brand via Twitter?
Are you a small business owner? Business professional? Consultant? Are your customers other businesses? Consumers?
This is the first of a 3 part series of workshops geared toward business professionals looking to learn how to use social media marketing tools to not only have a social business presence but to also build and nurture business relationships.
You Will Learn:
- How to use Twitter for what it is: a communication tool.
- How to set-up a Twitter account.
- How to navigate the site and use its' features such as the famous # (hashtag).
- How to build your profile including where to use "keywords" so your profile can be found.
- How to use Twitter "Search" to find and engage users on business or personal topics.
- How to share your business content whether it is from your blog or website.
- How to ask questions and seek opinions.
- How to use images to build your brand.
- How to use Twitter as a customer service tool.
- Most importantly, how to humanize your brand.
- How to use the noted third-party tool HootSuite with your Twitter account.
My Other Topics and Speaking Recommendations
I have spoken to many kinds of audiences and am grateful to have over seventy-five LinkedIn based "Recommendations". Most notably, I was Nordstrom San Francisco Centre's social media business concierge for two years.
Our Learning Environment
Our learning environment will be a beautiful conference room in San Francisco's Financial District's Intelligent Office which seats 12 - 15 attendees comfortably. Bring your laptop along with your curiosity and questions!
Intelligent Office of San Francisco provides a new, smarter, and more cost effective way of working and doing business. They are more than an executive or virtual office; they become an extension of your business and help you with the routine so you can focus on the important.
Their 100 Pine Street facility is centrally located in the Financial District and only a block away from the Embarcadero BART/Muni station and Market Street.