Boost Your Twitter - Twitter workshop in York

Have you set up a Twitter account for your business but don’t know what to do next? Are you struggling to attract followers? Are you running out of ideas as to what to tweet? In three hours you’ll get tips to cut down the time you spend tweeting, boost followers and re-enthuse you about Twitter again.

You will learn

  • What makes a good tweet
  • What hashtags (#) are and how to use them
  • What lists are and how to use them to boost your follower numbers
  • How to deal with negative responses

Date and location

Wednesday 21 November

9.30am – 1pm with a half-hour coffee break

In the Garden Room at York Medical Society, 23 Stonegate, York YO1 8AW

Why I’m running this Boost Your Twitter workshop

I know how daunting social media can seem. I’d never even tried Twitter when I set up my first account. But I’ve discovered it’s a really powerful way to talk to your customers, support your local area and keep up-to-date with what’s happening in your industry.

I’ve run Twitter training courses for lots of people, including National Park Rangers in a barn with no internet. In comparison the York Medical Society will be a delight! I can’t wait to help you get the most out of this amazing way to communicate with the world.

My background

Brought up near Scarborough, I studied English at Cambridge University before going into web publishing. I worked for First Choice Holidays in Gatwick on their e-commerce websites. For eleven years I was the Lake District National Park’s Web Editor managing Twitter accounts, Facebook accounts and 1.6 million website visitors.

What I do now

I help businesses increase their profits through fresh words as a freelance copywriter. I write Google-friendly web content. I also run the Ink Gardener round where I manage social media accounts and web content on behalf of companies and organisations.

Comments from previous delegates

  • “Helen is a great trainer/presenter.”
  • “Friendly, approachable attitude.”
  • “Easy to follow.”
  • “Enjoyed the informal atmosphere and feedback of attendees. Now don’t fear tweeting so much.”
  • “Straightforward and practical.”

Cost:

£40 per person for a three hour long workshop. Includes handout to take away.

How to book

Limited places available. Payment books your place. Please book online at Eventbrite:

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FAQs

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

York Medical Society is on Stonegate in York. Its entrance lies opposite the White Stuff shop, down an elegantly historical alley that ends with two doors. The Society entrance is on the right.

Are teas and coffees included?

Of course. They will be served during a mid-morning break.

What’s the refund policy?

Regrettably there are no refunds.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes, if you can’t make the event, you are welcome to transfer it to someone else. Just let me know.

Do I need to bring a laptop with me?

Not unless you wish to make notes on it.

Who do I contact about questions?

Please call me, Helen Reynolds, on 07929 948 743 or email helen@inkgardener.co.uk

Freelance web content writer Helen Reynolds