I'm so honored that Ragan Communications asked me to present twitter 101 for corporate communicators at their twitter bootcamp last week.
And, I'm so relieved I asked about skill levels at the beginning of the presentation. That's something I do at the beginning of every presentation. You should, too. Knowing how the room breaks out gives us a collective feel for how the presentation should flow. In this case, almost 60% of the group considered themselves beginners. A few people didn't have a twitter profile yet. For them, starting at the very beginning, www.twitter.com was just right.
Although I considered this to be too simplistic and basic for my Social Media Club Chicago colleagues in the audience, I recruited them to be my "back up singers" and chime in with experiences and tips of their own.
All in all, the presentation was a success. That's the word from the attendees. Here it is for you to preview and comment on what's missing, what you like and what could be better from a visual standpoint. If you're looking for a Chicago social media or twitter bootcamp speaker for a small business, entrepreneur or corporate audience, give me a call at 630-207-7530. Training, teaching, motivating and inspiring others is built-in to every presentation. Thanks for your thoughts and comments on this one.
Oh, yes - the picture. Relaxing over dinner on the board walk, I asked these two women what they were doing. When I found out they were on twitter, I asked them if I could take a picture of them and the bird that was eating their fries. They agreed. 🙂 Enjoy!