Thursday , 24 October 2019
For the handmade world, Twitter can be like hanging out at the water cooler. It gives you a chance to have conversations with people who share some of your interests and offers an opportunity to broaden exposure for you and your products.

Handmade Twitter Blueprint – Free 7 Day Ecourse

the handmade twitter blueprint

 

Have you scoffed at the idea of using Twitter?  Do you think you’re too old to learn a new technology application?  I hope to make Twitter so easy to learn that even a Grandma or Grandpa can learn to use it. (Although I’m not a grandparent, I am 48 and know quite a few grandparents on Twitter!)  For the handmade world, Twitter can be like hanging out at the water cooler.  It gives you a chance to have conversations with people who share some of your interests and offers an opportunity to broaden exposure for you and your products.

I will walk you through the steps of creating a Twitter account and using it effectively to promote your handmade business.  We will cover the following:

The breakdown of each day.

Day 1 – Getting Started

Day 2 – Building Followers

Day 3 – Getting in on the Conversation

Day 4 – The Power of the Network.

Day 5 – Tools to Help Manage your Twitter Life

2 Bonus days!

Day 6 – How to grow and nurture your Twitter following.

Day 7 – Long list of helpful links to awesome Twitter and social media marketing articles.

Just enter your name and email address below!

(Remember, Handmadeology will never sell or abuse your email address—I hate spam as much as you do).

Days 1-5 are written by : Jane Skoch

Days 6 and 7 are written by:  Timothy Adam

Check out all of Handmadeology’s FREE ecourses and small business tools HERE.  (over 10,000 downloads) 

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4 comments

  1. Tim – this ecourse is awesome…from the first 4 days, I’ve come 180 on my understanding of Twitter and am thrilled to learn how to use it to help my Etsy shop.
    Thank you so much!

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