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24th July
2009
Written by Anuj Seth

twitter101Twitter 101 is an introductory guide to Twitter released by Twitter themselves. It explains some of the key Twitter jargons like hashtags, @replies, etc.

Besides being made available on the website it is available in 2 additional formats – as a 14-page PDF slide deck, and a printable version (also in PDF format).

The web version also includes some interesting case studies. Some of them being Dell Outlet and Jet Blue.

Visit the Twitter 101 web site.

21st July
2009
Written by Anuj Seth

The aim of the webinar was to educate/inform people about a few of the popular tools and applications that can enhance and facilitate your Twitter experience.

(Via Med 2.0)

28th June
2009
Written by Anuj Seth

A basic introduction about how Twitter can be used as a tool for journalists. Intended for people who do not know much about Twitter. The presentation was originally made for news reporters at Aftenposten.no – the leading Norwegian news site. This version has been translated from Norwegian.

27th June
2009
Written by Anuj Seth

Wayne Sutton’s WordPress & Twitter presentation at WordCampRDU. It takes two to make a blog go right. More on this presentation here.

27th June
2009
Written by Anuj Seth

Presentation given as a webinar to the Society for Word of Mouth on how to get more out of Twitter on February 11, 2009

26th June
2009
Written by Anuj Seth

The presentation is about Twitter and provides basic information about the service itself and how to utilize it for PR.

26th June
2009
Written by Anuj Seth

A step by step guide on how to use Twitter for business purposes. Includes an introduction on Twitter, updated statistics, case studies, useful tools, Twitter practices, and a how-to on getting started.

25th June
2009
Written by Anuj Seth

Gravity Summit: Twitter Changes Everything.

25th June
2009
Written by Anuj Seth

A beginner’s guide to Twitter for businesses.

24th June
2009
Written by Anuj Seth

A short introduction on the value of Twitter, how to use it effectively.

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