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Optimize Twitter for your business or personal brand in MediaBistro’s online class,

Twitter Marketing Boot Camp, starting October 12.

You’ll launch your Twitter strategy, create a meaningful brand, and connect with a new audience with Lauren Dugan (AllTwitter), Dave Larson (TweetSmarter), and Leo Widrich (Buffer).

Twitter Marketing Boot Camp
Tweet your brand to reach influencers, build followers, and market your businessEveryone, from international celebrities (@LadyGaga) to major brands (@Starbucks) and news organizations (@NYTimes), is using Twitter to engage with fans, facilitate customer care, and distribute news. Twitter has 300 million users, which means that your audience is there, with or without you.
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Twitter Marketing Boot Camp
click to learn more and register Date: 4 weeks, October 12 – November 9.  Chats Wednesdays, 9-10 pm ETLocation: Online
Price: AG GUILDMember: $225. Nonmember: $250
(After October 5: AG GUILDMember: $325. Nonmember: $350)
About the instructor
Instructor Lauren DuganLauren Dugan is the editor of AllTwitter, a mediabistro.com blog covering all news and features related to the emerging social media phenomenon that is Twitter. Working as the editor of AllTwitter, Lauren keeps her ear to the ground and is among the first to report breaking Twitter news. She also provides commentary and analysis of Twitter trends, flubs, and its future. She has built AllTwitter from a fledgling site to become the largest Twitter-specific resource on the web.

Go to: Warner Music Group College Marketing Reps – Norfolk to apply….

Warner Music Group is seeking creative and enthusiastic college students who are passionate about working toward a career in the music industry. We’re looking for highly motivated students to promote our artists in their campus communities as Part Time WEA & ADA College Marketing Reps.

WEA & ADA College Rep duties include: Distributing promotional tools on campus and at local lifestyle accounts, securing marketing opportunities via campus press/radio and other media outlets, garnering in-store-play at area retailers, organizing and running point for artist events, providing tour support for developing artists, checking compliance at retailers around album releases, managing online marketing activities and communicating consumer trends. Ideal candidates are plugged into campus life, area retail stores, and local hotspots, and can effectively cultivate and leverage relationships with key music tastemakers in their area.

College reps are valued members of the WMG organization and this is your opportunity to impact the careers of our artists and help shape future music trends. In addition to financial compensation (minimum wage expenses), students get to hear new music first and will gain direct music marketing experience. This is not an internship (though you may receive internship credit), but rather an ongoing job, and candidates must commit to 18 hours a week for at least 2 semesters.

– Must be a currently enrolled student with at least 2 semesters remaining.
– Must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.
– Must have access to a car, camera, and computer.
– Must have a passion for music.
– Must be at least 18 years of age