If you love Twitter as much as we do OR if you’ve been afraid to venture into this unknown @, hashtag, RT and MT world this event is for you. Free, fun and informative, mark the date in your diary.
Join awarding-winning journalist Conor Pope in a briefing event, ‘Get Your Tweet On’ by Irish Times Training, at The House Hotel in Galway Tuesday April 15th 6pm to 7pm.
Conor is a prolific Tweeter and has close to 40,000 followers on the social network. At this open breakfast briefing, he will talk about the potential and the pitfalls associated with Twitter, and share tips on how and when to write the perfect tweet in order to engage your existing followers and gain new ones.
The Irish Times journalist, broadcaster and best-selling author writes extensively about consumer issues in his work as Pricewatch editor of The Irish Times. He also has a weekly radio slot on the Ray D’arcy Show on Today FM and appears frequently on radio programmes presented by George Hook, Marian Finucane and Matt Cooper, among others. The briefing is being hosted by Irish Times Training who run a diploma course in Digital Marketing.
Julie Talbot Brady of Irish Times Training, says, “This networking opportunity is suitable both for those with experience on Twitter and those who are new to it. At the briefing, Conor will share some insider tips on how to interact on Twitter and how to build a following.”
The Irish Times Training Diploma in Digital Marketing is delivered in association with the Irish Internet Association and is endorsed by Enterprise Ireland. The programme has been running in Galway for the last number of years in the Western Management Centre. “Over that time, the people who have benefitted from our expertise span HR departments across business, government, large corporations and SMEs, as well as individuals,” says Julie.
Join Conor for this free briefing on Tuesday 15th April 6pm to 7pm at The House Hotel. Places are limited and booking is essential. Refreshments will be served. To book your place, call 01 472 7101 or email email@example.com.
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