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Course Description

42 Minutes

12 Course Videos

The manner in which we all communicate has been revolutionized by the Internet with the advent of social networking and social media platforms. Millions of people communicate with each other in today’s environment via text, email, instant messaging, social media and on social networking platforms.

Each of these platforms offers unique features and benefits, methods of communicating with others and general purpose. To achieve maximum results online, whether you are networking for personal or professional reasons, it is important to learn how to manage Twitter.

What you will learn:

This course includes one hour of instruction and 12 course videos. In this course, students will learn all about twitter including how to set up your preferences, setting up your profile, who to follow and connect with, monitoring Twitter, using hashtags and more!

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Course Syllabus


  1. Limiting the Number Of Actions
  2. Setting Your Twitter Preferences
  3. Finish Setting Up Your Profile
  4. Twitter Widgets
  5. Who To Follow
  6. Connect
  7. Bringing Followers From Facebook
  8. Intro To Hashtags
  9. Examples Of Hashtags
  10. Monitoring Whats Going On
  11. Using Twitter For Social Listening
  12. Hashtags Across Social Media

Twitter is an American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as “tweets”. Registered users can post, like, and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read those that are publicly available. Users interact with Twitter through browser or mobile frontend software, or programmatically via its APIs.

Prior to April 2020 services were accessible via SMS. The service is provided by Twitter, Inc., a corporation based in San Francisco, California, and has more than 25 offices around the world. Tweets were originally restricted to 140 characters, but the limit was doubled to 280 for non-CJK languages in November 2017.

Audio and video tweets remain limited to 140 seconds for most accounts. Now that you know how to use Facebook for Business, learn Twitter for business and add Twitter marketing to your digital job skills.

There are 465 million Twitter accounts sharing 175 million tweets each day. Twitter is where business professionals shares news and information, build and strengthen their network of contacts, generate leads, develop new business and even get hired.

If you want to leverage the fastest and most intimate online social network for business, take this course right now and learn to Twitter. You don’t need to be a techie to take this course. Whether you’re a digital immigrant or a Facebook ninja, this course is for you!

This course also includes an arsenal of supplemental materials including exclusive audio recordings of discussions with some of the biggest thought leaders. Learn about Twitter today.

Twitter for Business is perfect for anyone who wants to learn how to use Twitter to promote their business or personal profile. Suitable for PAs, EAs, Office Managers, Marketing Assistants, Business Development Managers, entrepreneurs, as well as those involved in PR, event management, and promotion.

While the course will help people in these job roles specifically, anyone in business who doesn’t yet use Twitter in their day-to-day lives will benefit from this course.

Twitter for Business offers a practical, hands-on approach to getting to grips with Twitter, the online micro-blogging platform. It covers the basics, but also shows you what it can really do when you start to get under the skin of the platform.

The course takes you through the basics of how to get started, showing you how to set up your profile and taking you through to posting your first tweet.

You’ll then move on to looking at how to organize your Twitter account, and you’ll see how you can use Twitter most effectively for a number of different purposes. The course takes you through the technical aspects, as well as helping you see what to post and who to interact with. This course is an excellent first step into the world of Twitter.

Who is this for?

  1. Social Media Marketers
  2. Marketing Managers
  3. Aspiring Marketers

What you’ll learn:

  1. Learn how to develop a Twitter growth strategy that will propel both your brand and your business forward.
  2. Discover how to choose the right Twitter content mix for your brand.
  3. Understand the Twitter algorithm so you can make the right marketing and sales decisions.
  4. Why You Need to be on Twitter for Business
  5. The Anatomy of Twitter
  6. How to Secure Your Twitter Account
  7. Legal Ramifications of Maintaining a Twitter Account
  8. How to Launch an Account, Tweet, @Mention, Retweet and DM
  9. How to use Favorites for Business
  10. How to Find to Right People to Follow
  11. How to use Link Shorteners
  12. How to Install Tweet Buttons, Follow Buttons and Faves Widgets
  13. How to use Hootsuite and Filter Streams by Klout Score or Keyword
  14. How to use the Twitter App, Instagram and Foursquare
  15. Best days and times to Tweet
  16. What to Tweet about and best practices for getting Retweeted
  17. Branded vs. Personal Twitter Accounts
  18. Personal vs. Professional Tweets
  19. Benefits and Drawbacks of Autotweets


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