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Webinar – How to beef up your Twitter effectiveness

Beef Central, 19/03/2013

    

 

How does Twitter work and what opportunities does it present for the beef industry?

Join us for a free, one hour webinar next Thursday, March 28, to hear how the beef industry is using Twitter and to learn how you can ‘beef up’ your influence beyond the farm gate.

Webinars are web-based seminars in which anyone can participate to hear directly from the experts and to have their questions answered, all from the comfort of their own computer screen at home or web-connected mobile device.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What Twitter is and how it works;
  • How different beef industry stakeholders are using Twitter to achieve goals;
  • How to get involved in an Ag chat on Twitter;
  • Tips to ‘beef up’ your Twitter effectiveness.

The webinar will feature presentations from Meat and Livestock Australia’s online manager Matt Dwyer, AgChatOz co-founder Sam Livingstone and South Australian based beef producer and butcher Richard Gunner and will be hosted by John James from Future Beef and James Nason from Beef Central.

They will outline the increasing influence of social media, practical tips on how to use Twitter, and the traps for inexperienced players.

Opportunities for questions will be made available throughout the webinar. Participants can type questions which will be asked on their behalf by the host.

Who should register for this webinar?

This event is for anyone involved along the beef supply chain, including advisers, consultants, suppliers, producers, processors and consumers.

Register now!

Join us on Thursday 28 March 2013 at 12:30 pm AEST for this free one hour event.

So that’s 10:30 am (WA), 12 noon (NT), 12:30 pm (QLD) and 1:30 pm (NSW/ VIC).

Read all the details and register at http://futurebeef.com.au/events/beef-up-your-twitter-effectiveness/

This is a BeefConnect event, brought to you through a partnership between FutureBeef and Beef Central.

 

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