How to Twitter: Getting Started with 30 Daily Do-ables

‘How to Twitter’ is your guide to getting started on Twitter. Follow the easy step by step Do-ables and you will be mastering Twitter in no time.

As a small business owner, author or entrepreneur, Twitter can give you just what you need to success:

• visibility
• authority
• sales.

BUT only if you know how..

‘I just finished reading your How to Twitter book. It is really easy to read and taught me so much about Twitter. Needless to say I have made numerous changes to my Twitter settings – added a private list, tweeted an image and added a widget to my blog. All things that I had no idea how to before I read your book.’ Kendall Mead

Stacey has helped over 5000 business owners achieve results on Twitter through her various courses, training and one to one coaching.

Included in this book is a link to additional templates and videos to support your learning.

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3 Responses to How to Twitter: Getting Started with 30 Daily Do-ables

  1. Making Twitter Simple and Easy If you’ve been dreading doing another social media platform and staying away from Twitter- Stacey Myers Book on “How to Twitter- Getting Started with 30-Daily Do-ables” is perfect.Stacey has kept it simple and easy to understand. Plus she gives you diagrams so you know exactly what she is referring to.In addition, there are a few bonus resources that are extremely helpful if you are not familiar with Hootsuite, Buffer and Manager Filter.After reading this book, I’m feel very confident about Twitter.

  2. You can teach an old dog new tricks. I’ve learned some new tips and tricks reading Stacey’s book, although I’ve used Twitter for FOREVER. I thought it was easy to follow, informatitive and very do-able (however, I was tempted to do more than 1 task per day).

  3. Good Loved it… but I know 50 p percent of the stuff from before. Still I’ll say it’s a good book and highly recommended.

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