Getting Started With Twitter 1 - Lurker

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Strategies for Dealing with the CRF Session F266: Introduction to Clinical Data Management MAGI Clinical Research Conference West 2012Getting Started with Twitter 1 - LurkerSlideshare, 29 September 2012Mary K.D. DRozarioMSCR, CCRP, RAC, CCRAPresident / Clinical Research ConsultantClinical Research Performance, work for sites.Twitter Stages of Change 2.0: lurker, linker, Rter, Mter, commenter, opinionator, Oprah -@ranitmd2Why Twitter?Get the low downBe exposed to a lot of information fastFlattening effectThe tale of the conference internThe tale of the man seeking experimental treatment of his terminal illnessCulturally transformativeInteract with the future AmericaCutting edge imageCross-post to:Facebook and LinkedInYour website (legal caution)3Why not Twitter?Twitter is going to take over my life!Legal concerns.Its just not worth it.4Setting up an accountPicture that works well as a sub-thumbnailRe-tweetable nameTopic/voice selectedSilent (reader)5Find your communityHashtagsOnly letters and numbers (no spaces, no special characters)A professional may have created a hashtag cheatsheet project for your fieldTweet chatsWhere people meet on a schedule to have a hashtag conversation6Find on GoogleSearch two user names to find previous conversationsSearch a user name and a hashtag to find what the user has posted on that hashtag7Who are these tweeters tweeting me!?Bots, spam and follower whoresFind out if you are a real person.Conversation may increase the Klout score for both of you.Because meeting new people is the point!8Getting started: Clinical Research people and hashtags to follow.#Clinicalresearch#Clinicaltrials#drugdevelopment#healthcare#hcsm (A discussion group called Health Care in Social Media)@StoneHearthNews@RWJF_HumanCap@amednews@KentBottles@marydrozario@BBKworldwide@Clin_trials@DrugInfoAssn@RAPSorg@Lilly_COI9Questions10