Good enough to share: insights and tips on social-media marketing and Twitter

mobiThinking has been scouting around for an expert to write a primer on twittering. While asking our friends in the Mobility.mobi Forum for their recommendations, we were given some handy links to great articles and examples of Twittering in action. The links were so good, it would be rude not to share.
Please let us know of any good twittering guides or brands who you consider to be masters of Twitter.

Here are some very interesting round-ups from and reflections upon last month’s Inbound Marketing Summit in San Franscisco:

  1. Key takeaways from NewComm Forum and Inbound Marketing Summit from David B. Thomas, social media manager, SAS.
  2. Social media and the seven marketing blind spots from Ann Handley, chief content officer, MarketingProfs.
  3. How to become instantly RT-able (A Twitter Guide) RT stands for ‘retweet’, which means being quoted/linked to by other tweeters.

And a great example of twittering in practice:

  • The Getty Museum – it’s great to see a high-profile public cultural institution getting the balance right between professional respectability and the personal touch, with a mix of what's happening in their museum, anecdotes, industry news and a bit of personal stuff from the contributors.

Thanks to domainitrix for these recommendations.

Please let us know of any good twittering guides or brands who you consider to be masters of Twitter. Comment below or email editor (at) mobiThinking.com.



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