Do you know your Tweet from your Twitter?

With a rapidly expanding Internet universe many of us are drowning in the information age. Maximizing the use of our time is paramount, we need to utilise everything we’ve got the best we can.

The workshop demonstrates how to develop an audience and build relationships, generate income and maximize content using the latest Internet resources.


Using Visual Media, how & why.

Building social networks (facebook, twitter) and your own private networks

Generating & managing relationships with audiences using the latest tools

Maximising your content, passive income, new ways to engage

Tips, tricks and software to manage your multiple accounts

Free press and marketing ideas

Now in its second year, Do you know your Tweet from Your Twitter, launches its new and improved workshops for 2010 initially running in London & Bristol with other major cities scheduled for the second quarter of the year.

26th January 2010 (London)
10th February 2010 (London)
16th February 2010 (Bristol)

Our workshops have been attended by a wide range of people including journalists, charities/NGO, government employees and individuals.

For details, testimonials and booking information

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