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Twitter: A Whistle-Stop Guide for Think Tanks!

By 3 April 2014

This guide to Twitter takes you from setting up an account, through building Twitter relationships, to creating and managing lists. Written by Betty Paton for the Think Tank Initiative’s Policy Engagement and Communications (PEC) programme, the guide covers the following 4 key elements:

  • Organisational social media policies and procedures
  • Style and tone-of-voice
  • Social media management tools
  • Strategic Twitter goals
Title: Twitter: A Whistle-Stop Guide for Think Tanks Author: Betty Paton Year: 2014

 

This guide forms part of a series, and you can read our previous publication, Practical tips and guidance on monitoring your twitter activity here.


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