Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 23, 2014
Corporate Forum, President Beth Kurth, in her role as President of Boston Women in Finance (http://bostonwomeninfinance.org) organized a program titled “Tweeting with the Stars.” The program focused on how to get the most out of Twitter including education on direct messaging, managing lists and incorporating trending hashtags. It was a great event for the members of this Boston investors group, Boston Women in Finance and others.
Close to 50 people attended the hands-on demonstration that took place on Tuesday, July 15th at The Algonquin Club (TAC), in Boston, Massachusetts. Attendees learned third party marketing techniques and establishing an online voice, with plenty of opportunity to follow a thread, re-tweet, quote and participate on this social platform.
“Social media is not an end in and of itself. Rather, just like traditional media it is a means toward an end – be it to inform, amuse and/or engage. This event was an opportunity to learn all three - and there is simply no better way to learn than person-to-person.” stated Beth Kurth, President, Boston Women in Finance
The venue where the event was hosted is notably an old-line club, making it particularly fun to educate members of the community on new-age social marketing engagement tactics. Attendees left with an hour of hands-on Tweeting experience and an understanding of how to continue to maximize their Twitter usage.
For future hands-on learning events, please visit Corporate Forum at http://www.corporateforum.com.
About Corporate Forum:
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