Lucy Rendler-Kaplan is a marketing veteran with nearly 17 years of experience in public relations, marketing management and social media. She’s worked on projects for Red Bull, ONE Coconut Water, Camel, Lipton and Ethos Water just to name a few. She founded her own boutique public relations agency, calling it Arkay Marketing. The company focuses on consulting small businesses and start-ups to design effective social media and marketing strategies.
In this episode, Lucy discusses her best tips for using Twitter effectively and strategically, from starting with a plan and following through with it, to leveraging deeper engagement. She lays out the importance of joining Twitter chats and benefiting from community connections. She says, and I quote, “Twitter chats have revolutionized my social media life.” We talk about why Twitter is a valuable platform for Social Listening as well as the benefits of Advanced Search. This episode is full of advice that will help you improve your Twitter presence.
“Twitter chats have revolutionized my social media life.” click to tweet
“I think that people should take advantage of joining more chats and not just joining once a week, but making sure that you attend the same chat each week.”
Your call-to-action for this episode is to go to Twitter’s Advanced Search and look up something. This can be from a past conversation with someone or answers from a Twitter chat. Your homework assignment is to search for something and then let Lucy and I know. Click here to send us a tweet @MadalynSklar and @LUCYrk78.
In the example below, I’m using Twitter’s Advanced Search to look up answers from the #TwitterSmarter chat. I put in “A1” so I can see tweets from those who responded to Q1 (question 1) of the chat. I put in the #TwitterSmarter hashtag and the date of the chat. When putting in your dates, you need to put in “from” and “to.” In the “from” I put in the date of the chat. In the “to” I put in the next day. This will give me a 24 hour window of tweets to view. Click on the “Search” button at the bottom of the page. You’ll get the results. It will always default to “Top” at the top left side of the page. Click on “Latest” to get all the tweets in reverse chronological order. Experiment and see what you come up with. I find Advanced Search very helpful if I want to find a Twitter conversation I had with someone in the past.
Let us know you did the assignment by clicking here to send us a tweet.
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— Madalyn Sklar ? (@MadalynSklar) March 31, 2017
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