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How To Write the Perfect Twitter Post

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FOLLOW US HERE: @ClubInnovationS 



  • Tweet
    • Your posts, what you have to say to people
  • Retweet (RT)
    • When you tweet someone else's post
  • Feed
    • The tweets you have posted
  • Handle
    • Your username:  @ClubInnovationS
  • Mention (@)
    • When you call someone in your tweet by their handle e.g. @LibrarySouth
  • Direct Message (DM)
    • When you send someone a private message on Twitter but remember, this may not always remain private
  • Hashtag (#)
    • Groups your tweets by topics e.g. #makerspace #STREAM #hourofcode
  • Followers
    • People who are interested in what you have to say


Useful links:

The Beginners' Guide to Twitter

The Beginners' Guide to the Hashtag

Over 40 Twitter Abbreviations You Should Know

The Twitter Glossary


Today's Projects:

Decide what image we should use as a header photo.

Decide what image we should use as a profile photo.

Choose a design template.

Write a twitter post that sums up today’s meeting that we can post before we leave.

Decide on a few hashtags you can use to connect with other makerspaces.


Let's Tweet during each meeting:

  • Show off our work. Tweet pictures!
  • Let’s show our parents/guardians what we are doing at each Club Innovation meeting
  • Tweet what we are learning and how it relates to #STREAM
  • Share fellow Innovators’ quotes. (Only use first names or just initials.)
  • Use hashtags to connect to other Twitter handles of like interests For example: #makerspace #innovatenj #MakerEd #engineer
  • Your take a-ways from each meeting. “What did you learn today, let’s tweet about it.”
  • Project reminders.
  • Things you find online that you want to share with other students/parents.
  • Tweet to book authors. They will often tweet back.
  • Give yourselves a public audience. Tweet project samples and ask for input.

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