This Twitter Tutorial course is about helping YOU authentically use Twitter! Many use automatic tools to broadcast information to their followers or perhaps re-tweet an idea here and there. Twitter is so much more than the tweet and re-tweet functionality. It can become a powerful personal learning tool, a platform for giving, a competitive intelligence resource and a great way to build a network and personal reputation!
This Twitter tutorial course is primarily video based, but also includes downloadable presentation files and a daily Twitter log to help you implement the principles in your day-to-day Twitter usage.
Most lessons are set up in this format:
The final lesson is actually a scenario. We take someone that is new to Twitter and show how they can apply the principles shared in this course in their Twitter usage. The "villager" is Sheila, the founder of the Pennies of Time blog. You'll find out more about her great idea in the twitter tutorial course!
This course should take approximately one hour to complete.
Why take this course?
You may already be an avid Twitter user, but we hope that by following some of the principles presented in this course, you will be able to improve your conversations and relationships on Twitter.
Take this course Twitter Tutorial course right now and learn how to use twitter effectively.
Share with us what you learn and know about Twitter at @nudgevillage !
Note - It takes a few seconds for this video to show, but the talking starts immediately.
This brief tutorial shows the value of using the "List" functionality in Twitter to curate the constant flow of tweets coming into your stream.
Setting up lists according to your areas of interest is a great way to go directly to the type of content you are interested in learning from and promoting. It is also a great way to go directly to the people you want to connect and partner with along the way.
We'll keep adding more examples to demonstrate how powerful using Twitter with the proper principles can be.
It's great to have a Twitter Daily Log sheet. But, let's show you how this works in practice.
Here's a little demo of how you might use less than 10 minutes a day to go through your Twitter experience.
Rebecca Clark is an experienced program and project manager in the training and development field. She enjoys leveraging the use of social tools and innovative technologies toward improving performance, building relationships, and continuously learning. She works full-time managing the development of online learning products and learning management systems. She hopes to add more courses to Udemy in the future.