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Twitter:a beginner’s guide

Paul Bradshaw

Senior Lecturer, Online Journalism, Magazines and New Media, School of Media, Birmingham City University, UK (mediacourses.com)

Blogger, Online Journalism Blog


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Imagine being able to send a text message to 100,000 people


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Or 1,000. Or 100.


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Imagine being able to follow the text messages of 60,000 people


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Or 6,000. Or 600.


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Imagine being able to see what most people are talking about right now


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Or what links are being passed around most.


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Or when a particular person is mentioned. Or a product. Or an event.


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Twitter


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Imagine your words being passed on by 5 people. Then 20. Then 100.


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(Newsflash)


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What do people do when a major event occurs?


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What will you do?


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Imagine being able to find someone where that event is happening


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Imagine being able to map what’s being said and done.


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How people feel.


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Imagine being able to ask 100 people to help you.


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Or 1,000.


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But why should they help?


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Why should they follow you at all?


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Twitter is social.


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Be social.


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And have fun.


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5 things you can do now

  • Sign up to Twitter and follow anyone you know, plus 10 people from your field (use Twellow or Tweepsearch) or area (use Twitterlocal or Twitter Grader)

  • Tweet what you’re doing

  • Tweet a useful link

  • Tweet an @ message to someone you don’t know

  • Try using Pingvine or Twitterfeed to send a Delicious RSS feed to your Twitter account (so anything you bookmark will be tweeted)


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Paul Bradshaw

Senior Lecturer, Online Journalism, Magazines and New Media, School of Media, Birmingham City University, UK (mediacourses.com)

Blogger, Online Journalism Blog


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