16 min

What’s working on Twitter in 2019 The Social Bee Podcast

    • Management and Marketing

What’s working on Twitter in 2019.
Do you know the difference between tweets, re-tweets, hashtags, and direct messages?
Should you use images and GIFs when posting?
How long should your tweets be? 
To re-tweet or not to re-tweet?
This episode is the fourth one in a series that covers what is working on social media in 2019, and it’s all about how to use Twitter to connect and interact with like-minded people. If you want to learn how to use this fun social media platform to successfully promote your business, this is the episode for you. This week, I break down the Twitter lingo and terminology and even give you my best tips to get involved in Twitter Hours. 
You will learn…
 
How Twitter works and how you should use it to connect and interact with others to promote your business.  What tweets, re-tweets, hashtags, and direct messages are and how and when you should use each of them (including tips on what to do if you receive any negative comments!).  What Twitter Hours are and how you use them.   Resources
Episode 38 – Talking Ethical Hour with Sian Conway. 
If you want to find out more about how to use Twitter for your business, inside my monthly membership, The Social Bee Academy, I can teach you how to set up your own Twitter profile and how to use the platform to promote your business. 
The first month is only £10 if you use code SOCIAL-BEE-TRIAL. After that, for only £30 per month, you get access to me and the rest of the community to ask for help with anything you need to know about social media, marketing, and growing your business online. We even have a buzzing Facebook group where I regularly share valuable training and updates. 
If you’re in Northern Ireland, I also run regular workshops to help you use social media for your business, so keep an eye out on Eventbrite for any upcoming workshops you may be interested in. 
Social Media Bootcamp.
If you’re a regular listener to the show, you’ll know I’m running a bootcamp-style conference on Friday, 31st May 2019 in Belfast at the iconic Titanic hotel, with my friend and colleague Ashleigh Watson of Copper Square Communications, and I’ll be delivering a session on what’s working on social media in 2019. 
To find out more about the conference and what to expect from the event, have a listen to episode 77 of the Social Bee podcast – Why I am co-hosting Social Media Bootcamp in Belfast.
For more information and to book your ticket, click here. 
*If you’re flying in, book your flight to Belfast City Airport.*
And if you have any questions about the conference or would like more information about where to stay, email me at louise@socialbeeni.com.
More about me. 
If you want to connect with me on Twitter, my handle is @SocialBeeNI.
If you enjoy the show, I’d be very grateful if you could share it with at least another person and leave me a review on iTunes. You can also come and join my Facebook group for podcast listeners: Social Beehive where we chat about the topics I cover on the podcast.
And if you want to find out more about how you can work with me, head over to my website or email me at louise@socialbeeni.com.
Or join my 30-day social media challenge and receive exclusive access to my monthly value-packed webinars. 

What’s working on Twitter in 2019.
Do you know the difference between tweets, re-tweets, hashtags, and direct messages?
Should you use images and GIFs when posting?
How long should your tweets be? 
To re-tweet or not to re-tweet?
This episode is the fourth one in a series that covers what is working on social media in 2019, and it’s all about how to use Twitter to connect and interact with like-minded people. If you want to learn how to use this fun social media platform to successfully promote your business, this is the episode for you. This week, I break down the Twitter lingo and terminology and even give you my best tips to get involved in Twitter Hours. 
You will learn…
 
How Twitter works and how you should use it to connect and interact with others to promote your business.  What tweets, re-tweets, hashtags, and direct messages are and how and when you should use each of them (including tips on what to do if you receive any negative comments!).  What Twitter Hours are and how you use them.   Resources
Episode 38 – Talking Ethical Hour with Sian Conway. 
If you want to find out more about how to use Twitter for your business, inside my monthly membership, The Social Bee Academy, I can teach you how to set up your own Twitter profile and how to use the platform to promote your business. 
The first month is only £10 if you use code SOCIAL-BEE-TRIAL. After that, for only £30 per month, you get access to me and the rest of the community to ask for help with anything you need to know about social media, marketing, and growing your business online. We even have a buzzing Facebook group where I regularly share valuable training and updates. 
If you’re in Northern Ireland, I also run regular workshops to help you use social media for your business, so keep an eye out on Eventbrite for any upcoming workshops you may be interested in. 
Social Media Bootcamp.
If you’re a regular listener to the show, you’ll know I’m running a bootcamp-style conference on Friday, 31st May 2019 in Belfast at the iconic Titanic hotel, with my friend and colleague Ashleigh Watson of Copper Square Communications, and I’ll be delivering a session on what’s working on social media in 2019. 
To find out more about the conference and what to expect from the event, have a listen to episode 77 of the Social Bee podcast – Why I am co-hosting Social Media Bootcamp in Belfast.
For more information and to book your ticket, click here. 
*If you’re flying in, book your flight to Belfast City Airport.*
And if you have any questions about the conference or would like more information about where to stay, email me at louise@socialbeeni.com.
More about me. 
If you want to connect with me on Twitter, my handle is @SocialBeeNI.
If you enjoy the show, I’d be very grateful if you could share it with at least another person and leave me a review on iTunes. You can also come and join my Facebook group for podcast listeners: Social Beehive where we chat about the topics I cover on the podcast.
And if you want to find out more about how you can work with me, head over to my website or email me at louise@socialbeeni.com.
Or join my 30-day social media challenge and receive exclusive access to my monthly value-packed webinars. 

16 min