New MarketSmart class shows you how to market in the fast lane with Twitter

Jason Kocina presents a free MarketSmart Academy workshop on Tuesday, July 24: Getting the Most Mileage Out of Twitter. This clinic will show you how to ramp up your TwitterFeed to the next level, allowing you to reach an even larger audience while maintaining more of your current customer pool. Twitter, with its speedy snippets of information and its 500 million active users, is arguably the quickest way to snag some new attention for your business. Most companies have incorporated their own account into their business strategies and are now ready to .

Unfortunately, Twitter can only post your content as quickly as you can generate it. As Kocina puts it, “If you are not posting content you won’t be found.” Firing off a steady stream relevant, quality content can be tedious, time-consuming work without the proper know-how. With some applied knowledge, however, you can keep your TwitterFeed chirping with automatic updates from your other social media sites, cycled content highlighting your best posts, and reliable sources imbedded into your steam. This workshop will cover all of those techniques, as well as teach you how to use tools such as HootSuite, how to generate the best content, and how to comport yourself in accordance to Twitter’s unspoken code of etiquette. Most importantly, you will learn how to efficiently do all these things, saving you and your company precious time and maximizing the networking potential of your Twitter account.

Get ready to take a look under the hood and crank up your TwitterFeed, and by extension, your company’s entire social media presence. Sign up for your spot today to reserve your spot for this great workshop, which takes place on July 24 from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.


Written by Robin Miller

Robin will coordinate the writing for your ongoing communications needs including newsletters, social media posts, blogs and press releases. We get a kick out of her ability to “assume the personality” of whomever she is writing for. Her turnaround is very fast: She can produce press releases and other written documents quickly and professionally. An IABC and Mercury award winner, Robin served as an associate publisher, associate editor and media spokesperson; and managed the employee communications department for a multi-national Fortune 500 company prior to joining our team. Her strong background in health, nutrition and veterinary medicine have also proven beneficial as she interprets clients’ scientific information for mainstream media.