It was a great pleasure to be invited to speak at the AAF Greenville meeting today. Below are some further resources related to the presentation I gave:
These are the slides I used for the presentation, but scroll down for a more basic introduction to Twitter and tips for getting started.
This brief video is a basic and simple explanation of twitter:
This is another explanation of Twitter.
See also a collection of links that should help you get started on Twitter, from Pistachio consulting.
Once you understand how to use the tool, here are some blog posts I wrote with more tips to get you started:
Step 1 – Beginners’ guide
Step 2 – Advice on how to Twitter: Good tweets are…
Step 3 – How to find people to follow on Twitter
Last but not least, I mentioned at least one blog you should be reading: Chris Brogan’s.
Should you need step-by-step instructions on setting up Google Reader to keep track of RSS feeds, and an explanation of RSS feeds, you can find a screencast tutorial here.
If you need explanations of terms such as blog, blog roll, permalink, etc., they are explained here.
I hope you find these resources helpful,
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Thank you for your presentation to AAF Greenville on Tuesday. It was a very enlightening, straight forward, yet detailed discussion of a business approach to Twitter.
In addition, I appreciate your prompt posting of the power point outline. I am a very slow writer, who cannot then read his own writing, so this is very helpful to me.
I will advise others that it is available on your Blog.
I hope we meet again in the future.
Allan Jenkins, Sr.
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