Event: CoJo Clinic - Tips on Twitter

Thursday 29 July 2010, 16:49

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Wednesday 11 August, Television Centre, London.
Do you feel a twit when you Tweet? Do you get lost when you lurk? Can you tell the difference between TweetDeck and HootSuite or Tweetie and Twitterific?
CoJo's social media expert, Sue Llewellyn, will be running a lunchtime clinic to answer all your Twittering issues. She'll show you how to develop and improve your experience on Twitter, answer all your practical problems and tackle your ethical and editorial dilemmas.
Bring your lunch and your phone (if you use it to Tweet).
CoJo Clinic - Tips on Twitter
Wednesday 11 August
1.45pm - 2.45pm
Room 7541
TV Centre
Please note: you must have a Twitter account for this session. It is not designed as an introductory course, but an opportunity for those with some experience to brush up their skills.
This session is open to all BBC staff. Places are available on a first come, first served basis. If you would like to attend, please email cojoevents@bbc.co.uk. You'll need to provide your team name and your Twitter username.

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