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Digital Tech Cumbria: Using Twitter to connect your business

Date: December 14th, 10:00

Learn more about Twitter and how to use it effectively in your business.

The number of Twitter users and its daily usage cannot be ignored but even for regular users Twitter can seem like a wall of noise.

Without a clear strategy many businesses post sporadically to Twitter, not listening for opportunities and missing people talking about their business.

This webinar delivered as part of the Digital Tech Cumbria programme along with CDI Alliance will show you:

  • Why it is important to have a strategy on Twitter,
  • How to set up your account,
  • How to post updates
  • Why hashtags (#) are vitally important to include in your updates.

In this session you’ll leave with a list of do’s and don’ts for this popular social media platform.


Presented by: Liam Lally

Liam Lally

Liam is an excellent presenter with years of experience and knowledge.

As social networking / social media become an integral part of SEO, we also offer advice, management and training on social networking including Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook business pages.

A Certified Hootsuite Professional – https://learn.hootsuite.com/u/zaddlemarketing

His agency is also Google AdWords certified partner, offering advice, training, or management of Google AdWords PPC campaigns. and understands the importance of a first page listing on Google for key phrases, that are likely to bring your business to a new audience.

Specialties: PPC, Google AdWords, AdWords, Google, SEO, Search Engine Optimisation, Social Media, Social Networking, Affiliate Marketing, AdWords Training, PPC Training, SEO Training, Social Media Training.


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