Twitter for classical music

Due to popular demand, here’s an online version of some of the points we discussed at #AccompanyMbro on Sunday. Continue reading “Twitter for classical music”

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Ten top tips for social media

10 top tips for Twitter and Facebook

Click here to download a printable version of these tips, specially adapted for music groups.

  1. Plan your strategy with clear aims of why, how, what and who.
  2. Keep your ‘voice’ in mind. Be consistent, positive, friendly, and observe Twitter etiquette Continue reading “Ten top tips for social media”

Twitter networking events – a complete guide

Go here for a list of social media events, days and times arranged by day; Go here for an interactive map arranged geographically (Northern England only at present).

While on the surface Twitter appears to be much simpler than Facebook (posting a tweet does ostensibly resemble Facebook’s status updates, but with a 140 character limit) there is definitely a sense that you’re tweeting into a void. What should you tweet about? Who are you tweeting to? At least with Facebook, there’s a concrete sense that you are talking to your friends.

In this post, a draft chapter from an e-book I am preparing, I explain how social media networking events work, and give an idea of the etiquette involved.

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