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By: Beth Still
Redefining “Friends”
It’s good to be followed!
Collective Intelligence

             Wisdom of
             the
             Crowds…….

            “All of us is
            smarter than
            one of us.”
Twitter
           Why Tweet?

 Continue
  learning
 Share your

  expertise
 Connect with
  others
 Promote your
  product/brand
To Protect or Not to Protect?

               Think about the
               purpose of
               Twitter and
               social media in
               general. What
               would the result
               be if everyone
               protected their
My Advice?

      Become part of an
       online community
      Be transparent

      Be willing to learn

       with others
      Share
Twitter Profile
           Add your picture to
            help create an
            instant connection

           Write concise and
            interesting bio----
            include hobbies and
            interests is
            encouraged!

           Link to your other
            networking profiles
            (if you have any)
Creating a Profile
               Twitter Lingo
   tweet- an update on Twitter. Can be seen by
    everyone who follows you.
   direct message (DM)- a private message sent
    between people that follow each other
   reply- these are "@" messages directed at
    someone in particular. They can be seen by the
    person you send them to as well as the people
    that follow both you and the person you sent the
    message to.
   hashtag- A word embedded in a tweet that
    allows conversations to be aggregated.
    Examples: #edchat #cpchat #wnccsm
                       Update
   Share what we are
    reading and watching
   Share learning
    opportunities
    (Edchat, Classroom
    2.0 webinars, ISTE
    webinars, etc.)
   Ask for help from our
    PLN
   Give help to our PLN
    when we can
   Announce blog posts
   RT what we find
Direct Message aka DM
              You can only "DM"
               someone who if you
               are following them
               and they are following
               you.
              DM's are used when
               you want to have a
               private conversation
               with someone.
              DM's are also a good
               choice so you don't
               overtweet
              To send a DM simply
               place the letter D at
               the beginning of the
      Replies aka “@” messages
   Replies are used to send a
    message to someone that you
    wish to address directly, but not
    privately.
    It is perfectly acceptable to
    jump into a conversation that is
    taking place between people
    who are sending "@" messages
    to each other.
   @ messages will only be seen
    by your followers who are also
    following the person you send
    the message to. The exception
    to this is if you place a "." in
    front of their name. Example:
    .@bethstill. The "." allows
                        Hash Tags

    A word or words preceded by
    the "#" sign
   Help aggregate and filter
    conversations.
   Common hashtags: #edchat
    #teachertuesday
    #followfriday #google
   Twitter is a microblog---many
    people use hashtags when
    they are tweeting notes from
    various conferences
   Consistency is essential with
    hashtags.
   To search for hashtags type
    the hashtag into the search
    box on your Twitter page. Try
    #wnccsm and see what you
    come up with.
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