Twitter 101 for Emerson Exchange

by | Sep 17, 2010 | Event, Services, Consulting & Training

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

Today at 10am Central North American time (15:00 UTC), I’ll be hosting a Twitter 101 primer webinar for those who are planning to attend the September 27-October 1 Emerson Exchange event in San Antonio, Texas. And, if you’re not planning to attend, but would like to follow the action, this webinar is for you.

Join us at:

Use the information below to connect (if you’re not using the available computer audio):

  • Toll-free: +1 (877) 771-7176
  • Toll: +1 (225) 383-1099
  • Participant code: 264679

Don’t worry if this time does not work for you. The event will be recorded. Here are the Twitter 101 slides (download) that I’ll covering:

I’ll also update this post with the embedded recording once it’s produced and uploaded. See you at 10am!

Update: Here’s a link to the Twitter 101 video recording (271Mb download .wmv file):

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