You signed-up and every once in a while you head back in there.
But you still haven’t found your groove yet.
Perhaps one day you’ll figure it out, right?
Well, Twitter doesn’t exactly make it easy, do they?
It’s not like they tell you how to work the thing. In fact, most people just give up because they just haven’t gotten the hang of it.
If you’ve been feeling a bit intimidated by the Twitter–Or wondering, “Why should I even bother in the first place?”
I’ve created this free beginner’s guide to Twitter to help you.
“Quite honestly, Dave’s Twitter guide is the best intro to the platform I’ve yet read, simple and concise and fun, without being ‘…for dummies’ simplistic.
Simon Ogden, Author, The Next Stage Magazine
The Beginner’s Guide to Twitter: Get Started, Get Connected and Get Sharing
This beginner’s guide to Twitter is clear, concise and explains Twitter in a way that makes it easy for you to get started. You’ll find it helpful with the nuts and bolts of using your Twitter account.
It’ll help you feel comfortable, so you can start using Twitter without the fear of looking like a newbie. You’ll also find out how to approach Twitter in a smart way and with purpose.
And yes, it’s laced with my witty charm throughout. 😉
“I mean there is so much information out there and Twitter is relatively new, so how can you know who has good information?
Clearly, Dave knows what he’s talking about. I have been using Twitter for a while but I often want to encourage my clients to get started and this guide is perfect for people who’ve never used it before.
The thing I like most about the guide is that it’s clear and easy to follow. It’s also really well written. Investing just a short time reading this guide can save you weeks or months of floundering around in Twitter.
Would I recommend Dave’s Free Beginner’s Guide to Twitter? Absolutely (I have already). It is practical, easy to follow and helps you really “get” what Twitter is about.
And I like Dave’s follow-up emails, personal & friendly without being too intrusive.
Great stuff Dave. As you can tell, I really like it!
Juliet K. Fay, Mind for Hire
Here’s what you’ll find inside:
- What Is Twitter? You’ll learn how to think about Twitter in way that is easy to understand and immediately useful.
- How To Get Started. The nuts and bolts of choosing a username, uploading a photo and writing a bio.
- The Language of Twitter. A complete run-down of all the terms and key functions in Twitter.
- How To Start Connecting. Find out how to strategically build a targeted following using free tools.
- The 5 Types of Tweets. Analysis into the function of each of the five types of tweets.
- The 15-Minute Twitter Action Plan. A simple plan to start building a presence on Twitter without being tied to your computer all day long.
- Common Questions. Answers to the most common Twitter related questions.
Even though this Beginner’s Guide to Twitter is free, it’s not some hastily put together document
It’s 33-pages long. And arranged in an easy-to-read format, complete with screenshots. There are no affiliate links. And it’s not just pages of fluff trying to sell you on another product. One half-page at the end of the guide shares some of the topics covered in the Advanced Strategy Edition, which will be for sale once it’s complete. That is all.
“I complained to my husband about not understanding twitter and he linked me to Dave’s site and the guide.”
“After reading Dave’s free Beginner’s Guide to Twitter, I understand Twitter now.
The screen captures are key. I also liked how it reduces the fear of joining something which appears intimidating. It is very easy to read and follow no matter your level of techiness (new word there). Dave’s Beginner’s Guide to Twitter is a good introduction into what Twitter is and how it can be used.
Yes, I would recommend this guide. It is easy to follow, easy to use and it a good overall introduction to Twitter.”
Sharon, Wicked Smaht reader