We here at CharityKick love to chat with all of you on various social media outlets to stay connected and keep you updated. However, Twitter holds a special power that we think charities, individuals and businesses will want to be a part of the dialogue happening over in the Twittersphere.
These days we often have the attention span of peanuts, so Twitter can be a wonderful way to keep up to speed and not have to go through big boring blocks of text all the time.
So let’s talk a little bit about how you can use Twitter effectively after you have come up with an unforgettable charity dare and want to share it with the whole planet.
Keep things interesting and expand constantly
Honestly, we wish we could just talk CharityKick all the time. However, there are a zillion other things going on in the world of giving and daring, so we often scour the web for the best stuff out there to pass on. This is essential whether you have a product to advertise, like to tweet with friends or are searching for business networking opportunities. Strive to play out a whole opera, not just one note, so that you will stand out from the crowd.
Use Twitter add-ons and plugins to stay organized
Twitter will be celebrating its seventh anniversary next month and it has come a long day since it’s inception. This means there are several ways you can experience microblogging through Twitter and use it to the best of your ability. If you want to stay on top of things but will not be able to login for a few days, download an application that lets you schedule future tweets, like HootSuite. This is great for us when we might multiple news stories about charity dares we want to share but not spam your news feed all at once. There are also program that help you see who is following you back instantly, add pictures and manage more than one account at once.
If you haven’t checked us out on Twitter yet, feel free to see all the different methods and techniques we’re using to reach people and let them know about all the great things we are accomplishing. We encourage you to try Twitter if you are not on board, as it can be an amazing way to communicate no matter if it’s just for fun or if you are promoting a special cause. If we are following each other on Twitter great! Say hi, stop by, ask and questions and share your stories – we prides ourselves in chatting and interacting with everyone we meet!