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Twitter offers musicians a great way to make their voice heard and create an authentic relationship with fans—as well as people they might not connect to any other way. In this course, Bobby Owsinski shows how to promote your music to the 500 million+ active users on Twitter. Learn how to build a following, craft promotional tweets that really work, and thoughtfully use hashtags—the secret to making your tweets part of a larger conversation. Plus, discover how to expand your messages beyond text by sharing photos, videos, and songs. Bobby also shares tips on timing your tweets and measuring your engagement levels on Twitter.
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>> Hi. I'm Bobby Owsinski. Twitter is great for building your brand. And an amazing way to reach a lot of people that you probably couldn't reach any other way. With over 500 million active users, Twitter's become a great tool for promotion and marketing, if you know how to use it. In this course you'll discover the basics of using Twitter. How to use Twitter to promote yourself or your band. All about hashtags, the secret to promotional tweets. How to share photos, songs, and video with your tweets.
The best time to tweet and a whole lot more. While you can learn a lot by watching these videos, where you'll really learn is by actually doing it. So make sure that you follow up. Now, let's get down to business.
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