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How to Master Twitter for your Business

Venue: Banbury House Hotel

Address: Banbury House Hotel
Oxford Road
OX16 9AH

Date & Time: 03/07/2018 - 9:30am-13:30pm

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Level: Intermediate / Advanced
Outline of the workshop:

The purpose of this workshop is to demonstrate intermediate and advanced use of Twitter for business; accordingly, delegates are expected to have some experience of Twitter already (such as attending Choosing and Using the Right Social Media for your Business). As such, it explores the use of analytics, advertising, tools, and integrations at length.

Bullet points of what the workshop will cover:

• ensuring your Twitter strategy relates to your business objectives

• producing a compelling profile: your biography, imagery, colourway, hours, and more

• using moments to curate posts: what this offers you and your followers

• essential use of lists for research, branding, promotion, and more

• creating videos, graphics, and polls for your posts

• making the most of Twitter cards: introduction, types, purpose, first steps

• using link shorteners to track your success and enhance your brand

• moving beyond Promote Mode with remarketing, awareness, conversion, and more

• useful analytics: what matters (and what doesn’t) in Analytics and other stats

• the most useful tools and integrations you’ve never heard of: Edgar, Rebrandly, Sniply

• changes you need to make on your website to make the most of Twitter.

Summary of key learning points:

• fine tuning your profile

• harnessing Twitter’s extra features – such as moments, lists, and cards

• making use of third party apps: Edgar, Rebrandly, Sniply, and more

• advertising on Twitter made easy, with Promote Mode

• understanding which analytics count – and which don’t

• ensuring your website integrates with Twitter.

Please note that eligibility criteria applies to attend this workshop and only one delegate per business can attend

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European Union
Regional Growth Fund
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy