Need Help with Twitter? Free Webinar!

Hi everyone, just wanted to briefly pop in and mention that I’d like to invite you to sign up for a free webinar that’s going to occur this Wednesday. The webinar, led by Eric Glazer from Marketing Studio with three other professionals, is about “Leveraging Twitter to Grow Your Small Business.”

We’ve already got quite a few attendees, and I’d really love it if you joined us. My portion of the panel will be for business-to-customer relationships, and I’ve got a lot to share with you. Also, I’d like to point out that there is a Q and A section at the end of the webinar.

Sign Up for the Free Small Business Twitter Webinar.

Thanks to Elliott over at Good Plum for recommending me to speak on this webinar geared toward small businesses.

Hope you can make it!

2 Responses to Need Help with Twitter? Free Webinar!
  1. slingsbysmith

    hi i have joined twitter, but all that happens is that I get some messages saying this person or that person is following me on twitter. How do I find people with similar interests to mine? Or people who might pay for art, or books etc

    • Monica Valentinelli

      There are a number of 3rd party tools that work with Twitter that you could use, or you could search by keyword using http://search.twitter.com to see if people match your interests. Twitter takes time, so be patient.

      Good luck!



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