Twit­ter tips

Mac Format - - SOCIAL SOCIETY -

In­clude your group’s email ad­dress in the Twit­ter pro­file so peo­ple can get in touch.

Men­tion re­lated in­ter­est groups and or­gan­i­sa­tions in some of your tweets. They’ll prob­a­bly share your Twit­ter mes­sage, help­ing spread the news of your group’s ex­is­tence.

Try to make Twit­ter replies in­for­ma­tive, such as ‘@niceper­son, yes, our next meet­ing is on Mon­day 3rd at 8pm. See you there?’

Re­mem­ber that you’re tweet­ing (post­ing mes­sages) in the group’s name, not your own.

Some Twit­ter apps can send out tweets at a pre­set time, so you don’t need to re­mem­ber to do so. Try Hootsuite or Tweet­deck, both of which have desk­top soft­ware to use on your Mac. Al­ter­na­tively if you pre­fer to run your so­cial me­dia from your iPad or iPhone, try Buf­fer.

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