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The Resource Twitter for dummies, by Laura Fitton, Anum Hussain, and Brittany Leaning ; foreword by Jack Dorsey, inventor, founder, & chairman, Twitter

Twitter for dummies, by Laura Fitton, Anum Hussain, and Brittany Leaning ; foreword by Jack Dorsey, inventor, founder, & chairman, Twitter

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Twitter for dummies
Title
Twitter for dummies
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by Laura Fitton, Anum Hussain, and Brittany Leaning ; foreword by Jack Dorsey, inventor, founder, & chairman, Twitter
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Language
eng
Summary
Provides information on using the social networking site, covering such topics as accessing the Twitter interface, searching for people with similar interests, replying to others' tweets, and using Twitter to promote a business or cause
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Fitton, Laura
Dewey number
006.7
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Intended audience
Adult
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Hussain, Anum
  • Leaning, Brittany
Series statement
For dummies
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  • Blogs
  • Instant messaging
  • Online social networks
Label
Twitter for dummies, by Laura Fitton, Anum Hussain, and Brittany Leaning ; foreword by Jack Dorsey, inventor, founder, & chairman, Twitter
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Copyright
Note
Includes index
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volume
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rdacarrier
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  • texte
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  • text
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  • txt
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  • rdacontent
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Contents
  • Foreword -- Introduction: -- About this book: -- New for third edition -- Motivation -- Conventions used in this book -- What you're not to read -- Foolish assumptions -- How this book is organized: -- Part 1: Twitter? Like birds do? -- Part 2: Finding your flock -- Part 3: Twittering in high gear -- Part 4: What's the point? Using twitter to your advantage -- Part 5: Part of tens -- Icons used in this book -- Beyond the book -- Where to go from here -- Part 1: Twitter? Like Birds Do?: -- Getting started with Twitter: -- Figuring out this Twitter thing -- How individuals use Twitter -- How organizations use Twitter -- How businesses use Twitter -- Twitter ecosystem -- Thinking in 140 characters -- Welcome to the world of Twitter: -- Signing up -- Picking a username -- Finding contacts: -- Using useful people-finding tools -- Searching by using Twitter search -- Inviting contacts -- Getting comfortable: just Tweet it! -- Customizing your profile: -- Changing your profile photo -- Changing your header photo -- Using your header image to expand your profile -- Changing your personal background -- Tour Of The Twitter Interface: -- Navigating your home screen: -- Your profile snapshot -- Tweet interface -- Trends -- Who to follow -- Your Twitter stream -- Viewing your notifications tab: -- Favorites -- Retweets -- @replies and @mentions -- Direct messages -- Touring your discover tab: -- Tweets -- Activity -- Who to follow -- Find friends -- Popular accounts -- Twitter search -- Checking out your me tab: -- Your tweets -- Photo/videos -- Seeing who you follow -- Figuring out who's following you -- Revisiting your favorite tweets -- Using Twitter wherever you think best: -- Desktop experience: -- Desktop clients -- Browser plug-ins -- Widgets and gadgets -- Lists that improve your desktop experience -- Leaving the nest: Twitter for mobile: -- Twitter mobile app -- Text messages (SMS delivery) -- Part 2: Finding Your Flock: -- So how do I start Twittering?: -- Finding people to follow on Twitter: -- Seeing who's talking -- Searching for people -- Doing a simple search -- Inviting people personally, through Twitter -- Checking out Twitter lists -- Following back -- Following people: -- Using the follow button -- Replying to tweets -- Retweeting: -- Retweeting a link -- Retweeting the old-fashioned way -- Sending direct messages: -- Direct-messaging shorthand -- Should I @ or DM? -- Encouraging more followers -- Who's using Twitter: -- Tweeting with regular people -- Popular accounts -- Verified accounts -- Building company relationships with Twitter -- Talking politics with actual politicians -- Following celebrities on Twitter -- Twitter directories -- Signing up for automated material -- Part 3: Twittering In High Gear: -- How to tweet like tweeps do: -- Following Twitter protocol: -- Language and abbreviations -- Engaging other on Twitter -- Tweeting frequency -- Inserting links into your Tweets -- Adding your location -- Subscribing to text-message notifications: -- fav -- stats-- get -- whois -- follow -- leave -- on/off username -- invite -- quit and stop -- Improving your Twitteracy: -- Finding interesting Twitter talk with search tools: -- Twitter search -- Topsy -- Joining the hashtag revolution: -- Conversations -- Live events -- Twitter chats -- Trending hashtags -- Expanding our Twitter world by using clients: -- Desktop clients -- Mobile clients -- Tag clouds -- Monitoring beyond Twitter-com: -- Google alerts -- Sidekick plus zapier --Social inbox -- Knowing your network: follower and following tools -- Flaunt your feathers with photos and videos: -- Exploring your uploading options: -- Attaching phots to your Tweets -- Making collages in your tweets -- Tagging users in your tweeted phots -- Sizing images for Twitter: -- Adding flavor with a header photo -- Identifying yourself with a profile photo -- Uploading photos with your tweets -- Uploading videos to Twitter: -- Vine -- YouTube -- GIFs -- Uploading other visuals on Twitter: -- Instagram -- SlideShare
  • Part 4: What's The Point? Using Twitter To Your Advantage: -- Finding your tweet voice: -- Finding your voice: -- Individuals on Twitter -- Businesses on Twitter -- Mixing business with pleasure -- Understanding your audience: -- Who's following you? -- Diversifying your network -- Targeting specific networks -- Measuring your influence -- Measuring your overall presence -- Measuring the reach of your tweets -- Understanding your extended network -- Keeping your tweets authentic: -- Being genuine -- Evangelizing your causes -- Keeping Twitter personal-but not too personal: -- Protecting personal details -- Maximizing privacy and safety -- Twitter for business: -- Understanding the business of Twitter -- Putting your best face forward: -- Public relations -- Customer service -- Networking on Twitter -- Building brand awareness -- Offering promotions and generating leads -- Promoting bands and artists -- Sharing company updates -- Building community -- Conducting research -- Going transparent -- Advising employees on tweeting -- Sharing knowledge -- Twitter and the evolving media landscape: -- Tweedia: understanding Twitter and the media -- Breaking news through tweets: -- Breaking news from individual users -- Breaking news from brands or organizations -- Using Twitter as your news source: -- Integrating Twitter into your news experience -- Building your newspaper -- Following news-related trends -- Being a Twitter journalist: -- Citizen journalism hits the mainstream -- Tweeting accurate info -- Gathering your journalistic tools -- Using news to grow your business: -- Fueling your efforts with adverting -- Engaging with your favorite programming -- Social side of Twitter: -- Using Twitter as a support system -- Connecting with people -- Making new connections: -- Searching for topics of interest -- Attending Twitter-based events -- To follow or not to follow? -- Getting quick answers: -- Accessing celebrities and experts -- Checking breaking news -- Getting recommendations -- Sharing information -- Changing the world, one tweet at a time: -- Twittering the globe for change: -- Tweeting for the greater good -- Tweeting in politics -- Tweeting during natural disasters -- Tweeting to help others -- Twitter to the rescue -- Using Twitter to stay alert -- Organizing people online and in real life: -- Drive to change a nation -- Organizing on a small scale -- Banding together for creative purposes -- Planning an event with Twitter -- Planning a tweetup to meet Twitter friends -- Part 5: Part Of Tens: -- Ten tweets to send today: -- Say hello -- Retweet (RT) someone -- Answer a question -- Share something great -- Say thank you -- Ask a question -- Put a # on it -- Tell us about someone -- Be human -- Don't tweet at all -- Ten cool ways to use twitter: -- Socialize and network -- Follow breaking news -- Find, follow, and fan celebrities -- Participate in live media: sports and television -- Engage with shared media: books, movies, and more -- Optimize your lifestyle -- Support charities, causes, and education -- Plan and promote events -- Find inspiration and personal and professional development -- Invent new uses of twitter -- Ten Twitter tools and services: -- TweetDeck -- Hootsuite -- Social inbox -- Twitter app -- Wefollow and justunfollow -- Twitter counter -- Bitly -- Fuffer -- Canva -- Topsy -- Ten resources for Twitter glory: -- Official Twitter blog -- #twittertips -- How to write a tweet: 8 formulas to get your stared -- Twitter chat schedule -- Twitter support -- Mashable's Twitter category -- @Twitter -- Tweetup meetup groups -- Everything you need to know to successfully live-tweet your event -- @Dummies -- Glossary -- Index
Control code
000053975187
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
3rd edition.
Extent
xiv, 294 pages
Isbn
9781118954836
Media category
sans médiation
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)878023861
Label
Twitter for dummies, by Laura Fitton, Anum Hussain, and Brittany Leaning ; foreword by Jack Dorsey, inventor, founder, & chairman, Twitter
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • texte
  • still image
  • text
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword -- Introduction: -- About this book: -- New for third edition -- Motivation -- Conventions used in this book -- What you're not to read -- Foolish assumptions -- How this book is organized: -- Part 1: Twitter? Like birds do? -- Part 2: Finding your flock -- Part 3: Twittering in high gear -- Part 4: What's the point? Using twitter to your advantage -- Part 5: Part of tens -- Icons used in this book -- Beyond the book -- Where to go from here -- Part 1: Twitter? Like Birds Do?: -- Getting started with Twitter: -- Figuring out this Twitter thing -- How individuals use Twitter -- How organizations use Twitter -- How businesses use Twitter -- Twitter ecosystem -- Thinking in 140 characters -- Welcome to the world of Twitter: -- Signing up -- Picking a username -- Finding contacts: -- Using useful people-finding tools -- Searching by using Twitter search -- Inviting contacts -- Getting comfortable: just Tweet it! -- Customizing your profile: -- Changing your profile photo -- Changing your header photo -- Using your header image to expand your profile -- Changing your personal background -- Tour Of The Twitter Interface: -- Navigating your home screen: -- Your profile snapshot -- Tweet interface -- Trends -- Who to follow -- Your Twitter stream -- Viewing your notifications tab: -- Favorites -- Retweets -- @replies and @mentions -- Direct messages -- Touring your discover tab: -- Tweets -- Activity -- Who to follow -- Find friends -- Popular accounts -- Twitter search -- Checking out your me tab: -- Your tweets -- Photo/videos -- Seeing who you follow -- Figuring out who's following you -- Revisiting your favorite tweets -- Using Twitter wherever you think best: -- Desktop experience: -- Desktop clients -- Browser plug-ins -- Widgets and gadgets -- Lists that improve your desktop experience -- Leaving the nest: Twitter for mobile: -- Twitter mobile app -- Text messages (SMS delivery) -- Part 2: Finding Your Flock: -- So how do I start Twittering?: -- Finding people to follow on Twitter: -- Seeing who's talking -- Searching for people -- Doing a simple search -- Inviting people personally, through Twitter -- Checking out Twitter lists -- Following back -- Following people: -- Using the follow button -- Replying to tweets -- Retweeting: -- Retweeting a link -- Retweeting the old-fashioned way -- Sending direct messages: -- Direct-messaging shorthand -- Should I @ or DM? -- Encouraging more followers -- Who's using Twitter: -- Tweeting with regular people -- Popular accounts -- Verified accounts -- Building company relationships with Twitter -- Talking politics with actual politicians -- Following celebrities on Twitter -- Twitter directories -- Signing up for automated material -- Part 3: Twittering In High Gear: -- How to tweet like tweeps do: -- Following Twitter protocol: -- Language and abbreviations -- Engaging other on Twitter -- Tweeting frequency -- Inserting links into your Tweets -- Adding your location -- Subscribing to text-message notifications: -- fav -- stats-- get -- whois -- follow -- leave -- on/off username -- invite -- quit and stop -- Improving your Twitteracy: -- Finding interesting Twitter talk with search tools: -- Twitter search -- Topsy -- Joining the hashtag revolution: -- Conversations -- Live events -- Twitter chats -- Trending hashtags -- Expanding our Twitter world by using clients: -- Desktop clients -- Mobile clients -- Tag clouds -- Monitoring beyond Twitter-com: -- Google alerts -- Sidekick plus zapier --Social inbox -- Knowing your network: follower and following tools -- Flaunt your feathers with photos and videos: -- Exploring your uploading options: -- Attaching phots to your Tweets -- Making collages in your tweets -- Tagging users in your tweeted phots -- Sizing images for Twitter: -- Adding flavor with a header photo -- Identifying yourself with a profile photo -- Uploading photos with your tweets -- Uploading videos to Twitter: -- Vine -- YouTube -- GIFs -- Uploading other visuals on Twitter: -- Instagram -- SlideShare
  • Part 4: What's The Point? Using Twitter To Your Advantage: -- Finding your tweet voice: -- Finding your voice: -- Individuals on Twitter -- Businesses on Twitter -- Mixing business with pleasure -- Understanding your audience: -- Who's following you? -- Diversifying your network -- Targeting specific networks -- Measuring your influence -- Measuring your overall presence -- Measuring the reach of your tweets -- Understanding your extended network -- Keeping your tweets authentic: -- Being genuine -- Evangelizing your causes -- Keeping Twitter personal-but not too personal: -- Protecting personal details -- Maximizing privacy and safety -- Twitter for business: -- Understanding the business of Twitter -- Putting your best face forward: -- Public relations -- Customer service -- Networking on Twitter -- Building brand awareness -- Offering promotions and generating leads -- Promoting bands and artists -- Sharing company updates -- Building community -- Conducting research -- Going transparent -- Advising employees on tweeting -- Sharing knowledge -- Twitter and the evolving media landscape: -- Tweedia: understanding Twitter and the media -- Breaking news through tweets: -- Breaking news from individual users -- Breaking news from brands or organizations -- Using Twitter as your news source: -- Integrating Twitter into your news experience -- Building your newspaper -- Following news-related trends -- Being a Twitter journalist: -- Citizen journalism hits the mainstream -- Tweeting accurate info -- Gathering your journalistic tools -- Using news to grow your business: -- Fueling your efforts with adverting -- Engaging with your favorite programming -- Social side of Twitter: -- Using Twitter as a support system -- Connecting with people -- Making new connections: -- Searching for topics of interest -- Attending Twitter-based events -- To follow or not to follow? -- Getting quick answers: -- Accessing celebrities and experts -- Checking breaking news -- Getting recommendations -- Sharing information -- Changing the world, one tweet at a time: -- Twittering the globe for change: -- Tweeting for the greater good -- Tweeting in politics -- Tweeting during natural disasters -- Tweeting to help others -- Twitter to the rescue -- Using Twitter to stay alert -- Organizing people online and in real life: -- Drive to change a nation -- Organizing on a small scale -- Banding together for creative purposes -- Planning an event with Twitter -- Planning a tweetup to meet Twitter friends -- Part 5: Part Of Tens: -- Ten tweets to send today: -- Say hello -- Retweet (RT) someone -- Answer a question -- Share something great -- Say thank you -- Ask a question -- Put a # on it -- Tell us about someone -- Be human -- Don't tweet at all -- Ten cool ways to use twitter: -- Socialize and network -- Follow breaking news -- Find, follow, and fan celebrities -- Participate in live media: sports and television -- Engage with shared media: books, movies, and more -- Optimize your lifestyle -- Support charities, causes, and education -- Plan and promote events -- Find inspiration and personal and professional development -- Invent new uses of twitter -- Ten Twitter tools and services: -- TweetDeck -- Hootsuite -- Social inbox -- Twitter app -- Wefollow and justunfollow -- Twitter counter -- Bitly -- Fuffer -- Canva -- Topsy -- Ten resources for Twitter glory: -- Official Twitter blog -- #twittertips -- How to write a tweet: 8 formulas to get your stared -- Twitter chat schedule -- Twitter support -- Mashable's Twitter category -- @Twitter -- Tweetup meetup groups -- Everything you need to know to successfully live-tweet your event -- @Dummies -- Glossary -- Index
Control code
000053975187
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
3rd edition.
Extent
xiv, 294 pages
Isbn
9781118954836
Media category
sans médiation
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)878023861

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