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Please join us this week for a webinar focused on learning more about Tumblr engagement. Kenyatta Cheese, Co-Founder of Everybody at Once, and Jenn Deering Davis, Co-Founder of Union Metrics, will sit down to talk about Tumblr, brands and how (and why) to foster engagement on the platform.
The webinar will be on Thursday, May 9th at 2:00 p.m. EDT.
Sign up here.
Kenyatta is part of Everybody at Once, a company working on audience development and social strategy for media, entertainment, and sports. You may have seen his work on the very popular Doctor Who Tumblr for BBC America.
Jenn is co-founder and Chief Customer Officer of Union Metrics, the company that makes Tumblr’s preferred analytics application. Jenn holds a PhD in Organizational Communication & Technology from UT Austin.
During the webinar, Kenyatta and Jenn will talk about what goes into a successful Tumblr campaign, how to measure engagement, improve your content, and more. And we’ll share a coupon code for a month-long free trial of Union Metrics for Tumblr analytics at the end.
See you next week!
Interested in learning more about TweetReach? Join us for our biweekly demo of TweetReach Pro.
TweetReach can help you measure the reach of brands, campaigns and events on Twitter. It’s a dead simple way to discover how far your message has traveled, what tweets are getting the most traction, and who’s influencing the conversation around your brand or product. Our demos usually take 15-20 minutes followed by an open Q&A session. Attendees will receive a discount code at the end.
Pick the date that works the best for you, and we’ll see you there! Register here, and be sure to select your preferred date from the drop-down menu:
Wednesday, April 24 | 12pm-12:30pm EDT
Wednesday, May 8 | 12pm-12:30pm EDT
Wednesday, May 22 | 12pm-12:30pm EDT
Wednesday, June 5 | 12pm-12:30pm EDT
Wednesday, June 19 | 12pm-12:30pm EDT
Interested in learning more about TweetReach Pro and our other Twitter analytics offerings? We’re holding two webinar demos next week, conveniently scheduled for our customers outside of the United States. Anyone is welcome to attend, of course!
Sign up for one of these short demos where we’ll tell you more about TweetReach Pro, our historical analytics, and our snapshot reports. To register, just follow the one of the links below:
- Wednesday, April 10, 2013. 9:00 am PDT (4:00 p.m. GMT)
Let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to having you there!
Did you know you can do more with TweetReach Pro? Learn about the ongoing, full-fidelity and comprehensive metrics available through a Pro account in this short demo webinar we’re hosting Wednesday, March 20 at 11:00 a.m. PDT.
We’ll show you how TweetReach Pro works, what’s included and answer any questions you have. And? Attendees will be eligible for a special discount coupon. See you Wednesday!
Interested in more comprehensive, ongoing tweet tracking with TweetReach Pro? Sign up for a short demo webinar, where we’ll show you how it works, what’s included, and answer any questions you have. We look forward to to seeing you on the 27th, at 11am PST sharp!
Got questions? We’ll answer them!
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Getting relevant, useful and actionable data from Twitter can be difficult. There are nearly 100 million tweets posted to Twitter every single day, and most of those are spam or simply irrelevant. Culling the mass of tweets down to the ones that matter to you – tweets about your brand, promotion, competitor or client – is something we work on every day at TweetReach. The first step in getting quality data is getting better at search. Crafting a good search query will save you a great deal of time and frustration later.
Join us for a free interactive webinar on November 11, at 11:00 a.m. PST, where our chief social scientist, Jenn Deering Davis, Ph.D., will share tips, tricks and best practices for creating effective Twitter search queries. We’ll discuss the following issues:
- Important Twitter search considerations, including key search operators and how they work
- Twitter search limitations and how to get around them
- Disambiguation and other data quality issues
“Search Twitter Like a Pro” Webinar
Thursday, November 11, 2010
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST
Sign up here