“Are You A Twitter TWION”
Perfect for learning how Twitter works and how to avoid making some silly mistakes, this handbook is invaluable for those just starting out on Twitter and who find it hard to understand the intricate ways in which Twitter meshes all its services together. Written by Lesley Dewar, who has a Twitter Grading of 99.9% – it combines experience and experimentation – to give the beginner and the regular user excellent tips and straightforward answers.
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This Twitter Handbook has been very well received and this is the latest update:
_buzzirkmobileRT @LesleyDewar Absolutely loved your blog on Twittering – probably the best I’ve read on the subject. Kudos to you and thanks.
dcychan@LesleyDewar Like your mentoring and help to newbies. Great to follow.
RT @chrisabraham @BlogCoach TheTwitterati keep telling us how to use and not use Twitter but we need to learn how it is actually being used.
Peirre Debois I like the specifics in the given examples, from Tweetstream to being a TWION. I have not attempted the search feature but it is excellent from what I know. Real time search will divide the usage from Google users once people realize its value. Great suggestions here!
A brand new Squidoo Lens Creating A Ripple
will follow the ripples we make launching a new business – Stories My Nana Tells
– that has started out with a big splash and now needs to have some gentle Chinese water torture applied.
You know what we mean – just dripping, dripping away into the pool of referrals and newsletters and letting all those tiny ripples build up their energy to become a tide of success.
Stories My Nana Tells is on WordPress and the splash was a great launch party, with a big press release on LinkedIn and Twitter. Making A Splash
We will follow the building of the business with the ripples we make by dropping small stones into big ponds and see how far those ripples go. Which social media is the best for creating ripples to build your business?
The Ripple Strategy
After a week of “splashing” stories about the launch of Stories My Nana Tells all over social media, it’s time to settle down to making some small, regular ripples and to track which ones work the best.
The strategy is
* post three times a day on Twitter – about Stories My Nana Tells
* update every third day on LinkedIn – about Stories My Nana Tells
* add a short post every day on WordPress (in one of three different, but linked blogs)
* post connecting messages to ezine sites three times a week – about Stories My Nana Tells
* leveraging on two specific groups inside LinkedIn – about Stories My Nana Tells
* opening up a facebook page – specifically about Lesley Dewar and how she is building her business
Whatever the changes are that have recently been made in algorithims for AlphaInventions.com, the search engine is certainly no longer responding to postings about it, as it was when we first started reviewing its ability to send traffic to blogs.
See our earlier post http://tinyurl.com/ovsjgx