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Help with Twitter

by Stephanie Suesan Smith on July 12, 2011

Here is a conundrum.  How do you publicize a pamphlet about how to set up a Twitter account if the people who need it are not on Twitter?  I have written a short pamphlet, priced at 99 cents for Amazon Kindle explaining how to set up a Twitter account.

This pamphlet, the latest in my Popcorn Books:  Bite Sized Guides to the Universe™, starts with the first screen you see when going to Twitter and ends with a few words about Twitter etiquette.  If you know someone who has no Twitter account and is confused by Twitter, this would help them set up their account and get started.

Twitter is fast becoming a necessity for authors, writers, and anyone trying to keep up in the world.  Like anything, it has a learning curve.  This pamphlet was written for people who keep sliding down their learning curve and going kaboom.  Help a friend up and tell them about this information.

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Laurie from Is It Down July 28, 2011 at 1:35 pm

That IS a conundrum – but I’ll bet you could promote the pamphlet on Facebook and blogs, there have to be some people with those things who don’t have a Twitter and want to get started.. Or at least people who know someone in that situation! I don’t need any help myself since I’ve had a Twitter for a while, but I’ll pass this info along just in case any of my friends (or their friends) are in need.

~Laurie

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Natasha from SEO Company Los Angeles August 8, 2011 at 2:29 pm

Stephanie –

Are you still having problems promoting this? If so, you should try printing out physical fliers and posting them at bookstores or other places someone who is new to social networking might find themselves! Hope this helps.

Natasha

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