10 Things A Company Should Consider when starting their Twitter social media presence (2)

10 Things A Company Should Consider when starting their Twitter social media presence (2)

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10 Things A Company Should Consider when starting their Twitter social media presence = Written by Glenn Letham (@gletham) Monday, 01 June 2009 Many of us on Twitter take it for granted that getting up and running is a breeze, however, many potential corporate users are still craving more information on how/where they should start. Here’s a basic introduction for corporate Twitter users with 10 useful tips on getting started. 1. First - grab a good Twitter name (just park it if you have no immediate need) - more often I’m seeing companies losing out on securing their name for a Twitter account - act fast if its already not too late! 2. Once you create a Twitter account, be sure to apply a logical logo/image (don’t simply use the default icon) and provide a short, useful description and a url to your website. Start following your competition and your customers and clients 3. Once ready to start tweeting, determine if your Twitter account will simply be a corporate twitter account that pulls feeds of your news or if there’s to be a person or team of people manning the account to provide useful
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course CSR 480 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University.

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10 Things A Company Should Consider when starting their Twitter social media presence (2)

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