@VirtualMarketer Offers Free Twitter Seminar & Webinar Simulcast

By Rebecca Murtagh | NY Digital Topics

Nov 22

“Demystifying Twitter”

Simultaneous FREE live Seminar and Virtual Webinar.
4:00PM – 4:45PM EST
Friday, Dec 11, 2009

Are you new to Twitter?
Have you created a Twitter account, but still not sure what to do next?

Join me, Rebecca Murtagh a/k/a @VirtualMarketer on Twitter for a Twitter Seminar / Webinar. This session offers a great introduction to Twitter but also helps those on Twitter better understand their audiences and what potential this Social Media platform offers.

This free seminar / webinar covers Twitter basics, Twitter demographics, Social Media Marketing best practices and how they relate to how you promote your business, organization or yourself on Twitter!

Twitter Topics:

  • Who is on Twitter (you may be surprised!)
  • Where Twitter is being used and why it matters.
  • Why Twitter is more than a Fad.
  • How Twitter is generating millions in sales and revenue for businesses.
  • What do think about when you get on Twitter.
  • When do you know you’re ready to Tweet?
  • Q&A

ALBANY NY LIVE TWITTER SEMINAR:
4:00PM – 4:45PM EST
Friday, Dec 11, 2009
Albany NY
Details & RSVP:

To be immediately followed by an Albany Tweetup!

LIVE VIRTUAL TWITTER WEBINAR:
Attend from anywhere!
4:00PM – 4:45PM EST
Friday, Dec 11, 2009
Registration required for webinar link and call details:
https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/987922299

About the Author

Rebecca Murtagh is a Human AI Evangelist, Author of CROWD SUCCESS® and a human performance coach. Rebecca leverages decades of experience working with Fortune 500, Silicon Valley, Wall Street, Mains Street companies and startup entrepreneurs to help virtual companies, remote talent and hybrid teams leverage Human AI to continually operate from a place of genius, innovate faster and find greater fulfillment in their work and life in a world of intelligent machines.

  • Avatar shari jacobs says:

    looks great. when will you be offering this webinar again at the same price?

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