Twitter Workshop Hosted By SMHA

The South Metro Health Alliance (SMHA) is hosting an enrichment workshop on Thursday, April 10, 2014 from 9am to noon at Doctors Care in Littleton designed for anyone who would like to gain confidence when using Twitter. Seating is limited and reservations are requested.

“What is Twitter?” is the most popular question about Twitter, and “Why Twitter?” is definitely the most popular follow-up question. There are many great uses for Twitter, but even once you understand that Twitter has grown beyond a micro-blogging service to become a social messaging platform, it can still leave you wondering why you might want to use it. We’ll be addressing both the WHAT & WHY, and then taking it one step further into the HOW!

What will be covered in this training?

  • What is Twitter, and why should I or my organization use it?
  • What are you supposed to “tweet”?
  • How can I use Twitter for marketing?
  • What is a hashtag?
  • What are trending topics?
  • How do I set up my page and then find more followers?
  • How do I get Twitter to work with my Facebook page?
  • How can I use tools like Hoot Suite to minimize how often I have to post on sites?

Who is this for?
Anyone who would like to learn more about what Twitter can do for you personally and professionally.

What do I need to know?
Thurs, April 10, 2014
Time: 9am to Noon
Location: Doctors Care 609 W Littleton Boulevard, Littleton, CO 80120
Cost: $20 for SMHA Members (contact Traci for your discount code), $35 for non-Members

If you would like to attend, please reserve your place online at Questions can be directed to Traci Jones by calling 303-793-9615 or emailing

SMHA is a network of dedicated health care providers  and community-based organizations who serve the uninsured and underinsured in Arapahoe and Douglas counties (with the exception of Aurora, CO), with a mission of uniting the community for better access to health care for all.

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