@LincsConnect is here for you to use and utilise. Most people choose to add the hashtag #LincsConnect to their tweets and rely on [/twitter]
@LincsConnect to retweet it. However, it is possible to get much more from the account! The video below was posted some time ago and there have been several changes to the twitter layout since it was produced. The information is still current though so I hope you find it useful:
https://youtu.be/kUprfE2DwKM

Leaving your tweet for @LincsConnect to retweet for you has its limitations. Many people (wrongly) assume that @LincsConnect is run by a marketing company with dedicated time to manage the account. The reality is that the account is managed by one volunteer with limited time to spend on the account during the day and evening.

By following the tips on the YouTube clip above you will be able to create your own network from the #LincsConnect users. By supporting each other, your network will grow and by using the hashtag, others will see your conversations too and will be more likely to join your network. With almost 10,000 ‘local’ Lincolnshire followers, joining the @LincsConnect family will make perfect sense for you, your business or charity.

You may also be interested to know that in addition to #LincsConnect we also have #LincsConnectJobs LincsConnectChristmas and #WhatsOnLincs

I look forward to tweeting with you soon.

Martin

 


@LincsConnect is here for you to use and utilise. Most people choose to add the hashtag #LincsConnect to their tweets and rely on [/twitter]
@LincsConnect to retweet it. However, it is possible to get much more from the account! The video below was posted some time ago and there have been several changes to the twitter layout since it was produced. The information is still current though so I hope you find it useful:
https://youtu.be/kUprfE2DwKM

Leaving your tweet for @LincsConnect to retweet for you has its limitations. Many people (wrongly) assume that @LincsConnect is run by a marketing company with dedicated time to manage the account. The reality is that the account is managed by one volunteer with limited time to spend on the account during the day and evening.

By following the tips on the YouTube clip above you will be able to create your own network from the #LincsConnect users. By supporting each other, your network will grow and by using the hashtag, others will see your conversations too and will be more likely to join your network. With almost 10,000 ‘local’ Lincolnshire followers, joining the @LincsConnect family will make perfect sense for you, your business or charity.

You may also be interested to know that in addition to #LincsConnect we also have #LincsConnectJobs LincsConnectChristmas and #WhatsOnLincs

I look forward to tweeting with you soon.

Martin

 

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