Twitter: One Size Does Not Fit All

Last month, I was a speaker at PodCamp Cincinnati, where I presented two sessions. Above you can view the slidepack from one of my sessions, “Twitter: One Size Does Not Fit All.”
If you’d like to hear the full audio of my presentation, you can get that too! Click here or use widget below. Be aware this is completely unedited audio.

Twitter: One Size Does Not Fit All by Jane Friedman

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Jane Friedman (@JaneFriedman) has more than 15 years of experience in the book and magazine publishing industry, with expertise in digital media and the future of authorship. She speaks around the world at events such as BookExpo America, Frankfurt Book Fair, and Digital Book World, and has keynoted writing conferences such as The Muse & The Marketplace. She currently teaches digital media and publishing at the University of Virginia. Find out more.
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6 Comments

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  2. Thank you for this post. It really helped me as I didn’t know much about twitter. I learned a lot.

    Glenda Parker
    http:glendaparkerfictionwriter.blogspot.com

  3. Fascinating! And when it’s no longer middle of the night, and my insomnia is past, I am going to listen to your podcast to better understand the slides.  

    Thanks for all your advice.

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