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How to Crush It on Twitter: Make Friends, Grow an Audience and Build a Personal Monopoly
"My Twitter account is worth more than my college diploma."
Everyone is on Twitter -- journalists, academics, executives, entrepreneurs and even presidents. The possibilities for connections are endless and David is going to teach you everything he has learnt.
In this completely free workshop, David will share the strategies and tactics he has used to grow his Twitter audience to 65,000+ followers.
But it's not just about the size of audience. Twitter is the most valuable channel for David and thousands of others to build an online business, establish yourself as an expert, make meaningful connections and friendships, and ultimately build a "personal monopoly".
Some of the lessons covered during this free hour long workshop include:
- How to Curate your Twitter Feed - By being targeted and specific about who you follow, you can make Twitter the most valuable channel for learning and receiving information.
- Building an Audience - How to tweet strategically to build and grow an audience of followers in your specific area.
- Making Friends on Twitter - Twitter isn't just for networking and building a business - you can form lifelong friendships with people you meet that are on the same intellectual wavelength.
- Writing Engaging Tweets - There is both an art and science to writing engaging tweets that David will share.
- How to Write a Tweetstorm - Tweetstorms are an incredibly effective way of conveying your message and amplifying your reach.
- Building a Personal Monopoly - Ultimately, when done right, everything builds up to creating what David calls a "Personal Monopoly"
Registration is free.
Date: Thursday, May 14th 2020
Time: 1pm Eastern Time / 10am Pacific Time
Even if you cannot make it live, by registering with the link below, we'll send out a workshop replay. Hope to see you live!
As "The Writing Guy," I've used Twitter to learn faster, build my business, and make friends from around the world. I struggled to use Twitter at first. It was too overwhelming. I didn't know how to find quality information and nobody engaged with my tweets. But then, things changed. Today, with more than 65,000 followers, my Twitter account is worth more than my college diploma.