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Learning Twitter is fun and easy with these materials.

Learning Twitter is fun and easy with these materials.

Last week, I wrote a blog post that pulled together all of my Twitter resources in one page. Then, I continued to write new Twitter resources, which immediately made my blog post obsolete.

After thinking about this conundrum, I realized that a blog post isn’t the best container for Twitter School. So today, I’m pleased to announce that I’ve added a new page to my blog, Twitter School, the permanent home of all of my Twitter resources.

To find the Twitter School page, you have to be on the main page of my blog. If you don’t see my Crow Information Design logo on the top of the right column, click the words “Blog Home” to move to the main page. Under the Crow Information Design logo, I’ve placed a list of pages. Twitter School appears alphabetically in the list.

Twitter School Levels

You can use the Twitter School resources in any order you want. However, I’ve organized them into four levels to help you know when each slice of information might be most helpful to you on your journey.

  • Level 1: Why Should I Use Twitter? These materials will help someone who is trying to decide the benefits of using Twitter.
  • Level 2: I’m On Twitter, Now What? These materials are designed for the new Twitter user, or the person who has not really gotten a great start on Twitter after being on it for a while.
  • Level 3: How Do I Get More From Twitter? After you are comfortable using Twitter, you are ready to dig in and improve your Twitter experience. These materials cover things that you need to know to master Twitter, but you don’t necessarily have to address in the beginning.
  • Level 4: What More Can Twitter Do For Me? After you feel you have mastered Twitter, these materials will give you new ideas, new ways to use Twitter and harness the power of your Twitter community to accomplish new things for your business.

My focus in my work is to help people use Twitter for business. I believe Twitter offers an amazing opportunity for most businesses to engage it’s customers in a new way. It’s also a great tool for professional networking.

Many people use Twitter just for fun and to connect with friends. I understand that, and I encourage you to do that. Most of my materials also will help you use Twitter just for fun.

Twitter School Materials

The Twitter School contains materials that I’ve written. I’ve created Twitter School to organize my materials and make them more accessible to you.

  • Ebooks. The ebooks I’ve created are available free online and with a Creative Commons license so you can email, copy, print, blog about, and share them with your friends, co-workers and clients.
  • Blog posts. So far, about 20% of my blog posts are about Twitter. If you don’t want to miss them, you can subscribe by email, by RSS, and now you can subscribe to the Kindle version.
  • Podcasts. I’m currently a guest on the Twooting daily Twitter podcast each Monday. I include a link to the studio video recorded with each podcast. You can also download these podcasts from the iTunes store.
  • Presentations. As I speak and present webinars about Twitter, I’ll be adding presentations to the mix. My presentations are copyrighted. You may read them for your own use, but you many not use them to conduct your own presentations.

There are many other resources for Twitter materials online. I encourage you to look for materials from other people, and I point out other resources in many of my blog posts.

If you have any questions, or if you have any topics you would like to see covered on Twitter, don’t hesitate to drop me a tweet!

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Charlene is the information strategist behind Crow Information Design.

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