Date: April 24, 2019
DMAnc Live Online Certification Workshop

(10:00 am – 12:00 pm PST)
2019-4-24 10:00:00 2019-4-24 12:00:00 America/Los_Angeles How to Get the Most out of Twitter: Advanced Features and Strategies DMAnc Live Online Certification Webinar Online Laurie Beasley lbeasley@beasleydirect.com

Spring Discount: 30% Off

Free Lifetime Workshop Updates

Regularly $250, Now $175

Every day, we hear about tweets from leading politicians, journalists, and others. Nations and companies go straight to their audience with Twitter, which lets them bypass the media. They’ve discovered they don’t have to wait for the media to write about them and the news media can’t spin the story to fit the news media’s narrative.

Led by Andreas Ramos, the author of #TwitterBook (#1 Amazon Best Seller), you’ll see how to get the most out of Twitter. You’ll get up-to-date on Twitter’s advanced features. Companies can use Twitter for visibility and to connect directly with their audience and customers. You can use Twitter build your career credibility and find clients. We’ll cover both corporate and personal accounts.

  • A complete roadmap for managing Twitter for your clients
  • Examples of good and bad Twitter accounts, plus how to fix them
  • Checklist to evaluate your competitors’ Twitter accounts

We’ll also cover how to find the best #hashtags, get followers, and how to use pins, threads, dashboards, advanced search, advertising, and analytics.

Audience

This two-hour webinar is for anyone who uses social media, including directors, managers, staff, and contractors. Much of this can also be applied to Facebook, Instagram, and other social platforms.

Instructor: Andreas Ramos, Author of 14 Books on SEO

Andreas is the author of fourteen books on SEO, social media and content marketing, including #TwitterBook, How to Write a Book!, The Big Book of Content Marketing, Search Engine Marketing (McGraw-Hill), and technical reviewer of Search Engine Marketing, Inc. by Mike Moran (IBM Press). Andreas co-founded two digital marketing agencies. He also led the digital marketing team at Acxiom and was Manager of Global SEO at Cisco. His clients include Stanford, Harvard, and MIT. He graduated from Universität Heidelberg, the top German university. He and his wife live in Palo Alto. Visit him at andreas.com.

Special offer from our sponsor MountainTop Data: Workshop attendees will receive $1,000 in free B2B data credits for attending.

2019-4-24 10:00:00 2019-4-24 12:00:00 America/Los_Angeles How to Get the Most out of Twitter: Advanced Features and Strategies DMAnc Live Online Certification Webinar Online Laurie Beasley lbeasley@beasleydirect.com

Testimonials

DMAnc’s workshops are jam-packed with ideas, strategies, and templates. They allow me to stay up-to-date with current trends and best practices including relevant use cases that illustrate what to do and what not to do. I always leave a workshop with a list of ideas I’m excited to try. I would definitely recommend DMAnc’s online workshops to my friends and colleagues in marketing.

Shaela DickinsonMarketing Manager at nSpire Health

Loved the examples. This helps with applying what was discussed today with what I’ll be working on.

Megan ZirkelbachMarketing Assistant, French Gerleman
Summary
Event
How to Get the Most out of Twitter: Advanced Features and Strategies
Location
Online, 15227 Perry Lane,Morgan Hill,California-95037
Starting on
April 24, 2019
Ending on
April 24, 2019
Description
Led by Andreas Ramos, the author of #TwitterBook (#1 Amazon Best Seller), you’ll see how to get the most out of Twitter. You’ll get up-to-date on Twitter’s advanced features. Companies can use Twitter for visibility and to connect directly with their audience and customers. You can use Twitter build your career credibility and find clients. We’ll cover both corporate and personal accounts.
Offer Price
USD $250
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