Workshop: Understanding and setting up your Twitter account

Kelowna Chamber of Commerce presents business workshop.

Twitter 101 – Understanding and setting up your Twitter account

WEDNESDAY MAY 7 from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE – 544 Harvey Avenue

Presented by Frithjof  Petscheleit, Bluebird Business Consulting

Contrary to all other social media tools, you can easily reach a new audience through Twitter. This powerful tool frustrates a lot of beginners but we are here to point you in the right direction.

Topics include:

Setting up your account right

Followers and following

Making sense in 140 characters

using your smartphone

#Hashtags

Admission Price: $10 (for members only)

Ticket sales from the chamber office close at noon on Monday, May 6.

 

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