What to Tweet

The ThinkerStuck for ideas of what to Tweet, here are some suggestions that might help

  1. Calendar events (eg government returns, Neets figures, back to school/college, admissions etc)
  2. Interesting conversations/meetings (without necessarily giving names away)
  3. That day’s news
  4. Great web sites/sources of materials you found when researching
  5. Promote your presence at a conference, event, etc
  6. Promote your own blog posts at least twice and link later tweets back to previous blog posts.
  7. Promote company news/events – this needs to be done pretty infrequently as people stop following tweeters that simply publish their own news.
  8. Talk about good presentations you have seen.
  9. Upload pictures as they are very popular – people can’t help but link through (eg here’s a pic of the product development team hard at work designing the next xxx module)
  10. Finally, when you visit a customer that is doing something interesting mention it – as long as you know they would be happy for you to do so
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