Twitter for Business – Online Course
Twitter for Business Course Overview:
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Twitter is a social media platform used by a wide range of people, from celebrities, who use it to communicate with their fans to companies and brands who can use it to engage their customers and attract new ones.
People also use it for the social aspect – to chat and share information with friends. There is no restriction to who or what can have a Twitter account and often a larger company such as Starbucks will also have individual accounts for each product such as Frappuccino’s and even individual store locations.
Online Twitter for Business Course Target Audience
This Twitter for Business E-Learning course is a great induction course in relation to using Twitter for your Business needs as it covers a wide range of topics in some detail.
Using Twitter successfully requires a significant commitment of time – being active is key to your success. It’s all about the image you create, and the best‐viewed companies are the responsive ones. Twitter is a real‐time information sharing network where users can share messages, news, images, opinions and links via short bursts of information called ‘tweets’ – these tweets have a character limit of 140 including spaces, which may sound very short but you might be surprised at how much you can get into a little space and how much influence that can have.
Even though Twitter is a fairly simple service, it’s still important to thoroughly understand its mechanics.
Twitter for Business E-Learning Advantages
This Twitter for Business Online E-Learning Course is approved by CPD
Online training is flexible, efficient, and cost-effective, meaning the candidate can progress through the modules at their own pace and in their own time to fit the training in around their work and personal life.
Duration of the course
Twitter for Business Course Modules
An Introduction to Twitter
Getting Started on Twitter
Using Third‐Party Applications