Getting the Most Out of Twitter
Thursday, November 18, 2010 2:00pm-3:30pm Eastern Register today for $25 Presenter: David Dombrosky
As the ninth most popular website in the world, Twitter has quickly grown into a formidable communications platform. But what can you really do with 140 characters or less? How can arts managers make the most of this increasingly useful tool?
In this webinar, you'll learn:
- Who uses Twitter, and why they want to engage your organization.
- What aspects of Twitter distinguish it from other social sites, how your organization can use these aspects to communicate more effectively.
- The 70-20-10 rule for engagement, and how you can use it to your advantage.
- Best practices for arts organizations using Twitter
- What third party applications can arts managers use to share media, expand your reach, and much more.
- What analytic tools exist to help you chart your Twitter success
David Dombrosky is the Executive Director of the Center for Arts Management and Technology (CAMT), an applied research center at Carnegie Mellon University investigating ways in which arts organizations can use online technology to more effectively meet their goals. He frequently presents technology and social media workshops for arts conferences – most recently for The Association of American Cultures, Performing Arts Exchange, Chorus America, Opera America, College Art Association, and Grantmakers in the Arts.