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HOW TO USE TWITTER TO INCREASE YOUR RADIO STATION RATINGS, REVENUE by Dan O'Day (mp3 audio seminar)

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This Product Is a 2-Hour mp3 Audio Seminar + PDF Study Guide,
which you can download immediately upon purchasing.

A message from Dan O’Day...

The First Time Someone Told Me About Twitter, This Was My Response:

“That is the single stupidest idea I’ve ever heard!”

 (I apologize to my grade school grammar teachers. But “stupidest” is the word I used. Even if it’s not really a word.)

Although I Will Teach Very Sophisticated, Advanced Twitter Strategies, “Newbies” Will Be Able to Follow Along Quite Easily. 


This is not “Twitter 101.”
But if you’re a Twitter veteran, we will revisit many elements you’ve overlooked, misused, underused…or never even thought about.

If you’ve only just begun (or haven’t yet begun) on Twitter, don’t worry. I promise to teach you all my advanced strategies in simple, plain English. You won’t have trouble “keeping up” with everyone else. 

In This 2-Hour Audio Seminar, I Personally Will Teach You: 

checkmark.jpeg         Why the following people at your radio station should have their own
             Twitter accounts:

                  Station Manager

                  Sales Manager

                  Account Executives

                  Program Director

                  Music Director

                  Radio Personalities

                  Producers

                  Imaging Directors

                  Promotion/Marketing Directors

                  News Directors

                  Promotion Interns

                  Program Interns

                  The Station Engineer (No, I'm not kidding.)

                  The Station Receptionist (Still not kidding.) 

checkmark.jpeg          Important first steps to take when you open your (free) Twitter
              account. (If you already are on Twitter, you'll want to go back and fix
              some things.)

checkmark.jpeg        What not to do when you open your Twitter account.

checkmark.jpeg       What to name your Twitter account

checkmark.jpeg       How to construct the perfect Twitter bio. (Few people or businesses
              get this right.) 

checkmark.jpeg        The three things your Twitter bio needs to accomplish

checkmark.jpeg        Your Twitter profile design: One thing not to do (that you might
              already be doing)

checkmark.jpeg          Your Twitter profile design: How being “too artistic” can hurt you

checkmark.jpeg        Your Twitter profile design: How to use custom backgrounds
              effectively
 

checkmark.jpeg        Defining your own Twitter Strategy — and then establishing
              systems to ensure that every tweet serves the strategy

checkmark.jpeg        Radio Personalities: Why & how to keep your personal tweets and
              your professional tweets separate

checkmark.jpeg        How to create a Twitter bio that increases your station’s cume

checkmark.jpeg        Twitter’s role in your station’s Social Media Matrix

checkmark.jpeg        Whom should you “follow”?

checkmark.jpeg        Most effective methods for inviting people to follow you

checkmark.jpeg        How your station can protect its Twitter assets and database when a
              Twittering popular, Twittering air talent leaves

checkmark.jpeg        What your News Director should be tweeting about

checkmark.jpeg        What your Account Executives should be tweeting about

checkmark.jpeg        What your Program Director should be tweeting about

checkmark.jpeg        What your DJs should be tweeting about

checkmark.jpeg        What your talk show hosts should be tweeting about

checkmark.jpeg        How your Promotions Director can use Twitter to increase
              listenership

checkmark.jpeg        How to use Twitter to send people to your blog (and when, and
              why)

checkmark.jpeg        How to use Twitter to send people to your website (and when, and
              why)

checkmark.jpeg        Tweeting audio and video: Two key things you must do for
              maximum impact

checkmark.jpeg        News Directors: Whom not to follow

checkmark.jpeg        Station Managers: How to use Twitter to optimize employee
              communication and spot little problems before they become big
              crises

checkmark.jpeg        Including links in your tweets: One key element

checkmark.jpeg        How to use URL shortening services in a way that enhances your
              search search engine rankings

checkmark.jpeg        Two different ways to use customizable URL shortening services —
              when and how to use each of them

checkmark.jpeg        Writing for Twitter: Not the same as for Facebook, not the same as
              for text messaging/SMS, not the same as for e-mail

checkmark.jpeg        Why your skills as a program director or radio personality give you
              an edge over the rest of the Twitter universe

checkmark.jpeg        Your two key tools for using Twitter to drive people to your blog,
              website or download link. (And when to use each)

checkmark.jpeg        How to respond to “Twitterbait.”

checkmark.jpeg        Replying to someone else’s tweet: Your reply must accomplish one
              of two goals.
If it doesn’t…Don’t reply!
 

checkmark.jpeg        How often you should tweet

Plus…
My Own “Guerrilla Radio Twitter Tactics” 

checkmark.jpeg        How to get tons of people to follow you

checkmark.jpeg        How to double the percentage of people who accept your invitation
              to follow you

checkmark.jpeg        Air Personalities: How to get far more of your current listeners to
              follow you

checkmark.jpeg        Air Personalities: How to get celebrities to follow you

checkmark.jpeg        Air Personalities: How to use Twitter to attract more listeners

checkmark.jpeg        Salespeople: How to get prospects you don’t even know exist to
              follow you

checkmark.jpeg        Salespeople: How to use Twitter to locate potential new clients

checkmark.jpeg        Sales Managers: Two easy ways to get the most influential business
              owners and advertisers in your market to follow you
 

checkmark.jpeg        How to use Twitter to identify the topics that your listeners want you
              to talk about right now

checkmark.jpeg        Salespeople: How to use Twitter to “pre-sell” your clients and
              prospects

checkmark.jpeg        How to generate tons of onsite traffic at your station remote
              broadcasts

checkmark.jpeg        What not to tweet from your station remote broadcasts

checkmark.jpeg        Promotion/Marketing Directors: How to use Twitter to locate
              potential new event sponsors and/or promotional partners

checkmark.jpeg        News Directors/Talk Show Producers: How to use Twitter to locate
              local experts for any timely topic

checkmark.jpeg        Sales Managers: How to use Twitter to get clients to call you and
              beg to be allowed to buy from you

checkmark.jpeg        How to use Twitter as an “early alert system” for listener or
              advertiser complaints

checkmark.jpeg        How to respond to complaints

checkmark.jpeg        How to use Twitter to invisibly keep tabs on what your competition is
              doing

checkmark.jpeg        “One Surprise DM Per Day” — A quick, easy tactic that everyone at
              your station can use to build listener/advertiser/community loyalty
 

checkmark.jpeg        How to use Twitter to increase your listener database — consistently
              and relentlessly

checkmark.jpeg        Promotion Directors: How to get your “P1” listeners to actively help
              you design (and then promote) your next big promotion

checkmark.jpeg        Sales Managers: How to make money with every Tweet

checkmark.jpeg        Station Managers: Why and how to establish a private station
              Twitter account

checkmark.jpeg        How to use Twitter as your Station Help Desk

Includes Your Own Detailed Study Guide

I’ll be sharing a lot of detailed information with you. Your 29-page Study Guide will help you organize, understand, and remember that information.

And because it’s a PDF download, you can make copies for every member of your team.

Are You A Station Manager? 

Gather everyone at your station and have them all listen (and fill in their Study Guides) together. 

Are You A Sales Manager?

This should be your next Sales Meeting. At a tiny fraction of what it would cost for Dan O’Day to come to your office and teach the same information to your staff. 

Program Director? Promotions Director?

Print the detailed Study Guide for everyone on your team and gather them in one room, so you and they can experience it together. (They will have lots of new ideas to throw at you as soon as the audio seminar is finished.)

Running Time: 2 Hours

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Product Reviews

  1. Wasn't sure how much I was going to get out of this, but I was blown away!

    Posted by Ric Mitchell, Program Director, WYJB, Albany, NY

    Wasn't sure how much I was going to get out of this, but I was blown away! I am looking at Twitter with a whole new eye for not only the mindless tweets we had been sending out but plenty of inside stuff I'd have never found time to dig up. Man, I can't wait to start expanding that growing list of followers for our Morning Show and really tickle them in all the right places. Well worth the $$. Again, thank you!


  2. enjoyed your details on how each person with a different capacity at the station can use it in different ways

    Posted by Joe Gangwish, Internet Operation,s Rural Radio Network, Lexington, NE

    Good stuff on designing our profiles and how to customize our tweets so our listeners have a reason to follow. I also enjoyed your details on how each person with a different capacity at the station can use it in different ways. Oh, and great research on the sites and apps to use to make our experience better.


  3. One of the most eye-opening and valuable marketing seminars

    Posted by Will Lewis, Management and Marketing Consultant, KCRW, Santa Monica, CA

    One of the most eye-opening and valuable marketing seminars I have attended in my 40 plus years in radio. Can't wait to implement many of your imaginative tactics.


  4. Plenty of useful tips

    Posted by Margaret Loubser, Programme Manager, Radiowave 96.7FM, Namibia

    Plenty of useful tips. I went in not knowing a great deal about Twitter but left feeling I could take on any teenager in a debate on its valuable uses ! I look forward to setting up my bio in the correct way and introducing the power of Twitter to our listeners.


  5. Two of the tips...were worth the price of the seminar

    Posted by Jeff Johnson, Production Director/Webmaster/On-Air Host, KVNE/KGLY, Tyler, TX

    Lots of people teach "How to Use Twitter" but this is the only training I've found that ties Twitter into our primary goals of reaching, serving and keeping more listeners. Two of the tips — how to use YouTube videos to increase website traffic and how to discover who is already Tweeting in your listening area — were worth the price of the seminar. While we are behind the curve in that we're just starting to use Twitter, I'm almost glad we haven't gotten into it yet, so that I can implement your advice. Thanks for a great seminar!


  6. how important it is to strategically follow people and how that can benefit your station

    Posted by Johnathon Eltrevoog, Program Director, WONU, Chicago

    The main thing I took away from the seminar was how important it is to strategically follow people and how that can benefit your station. Good stuff...glad we were a part of it!


  7. At first I was skeptical

    Posted by Sam Garcia, Calvary of Albuquerque, Albuquerque, NM

    At first I was skeptical of the seminar because I consider myself a Twitter expert. I didn’t think I would get a lot out of the seminar, I was the geek in the room, amongst the staff of our radio team. ”

    Boy was I wrong. You have great ideas on effectively using Twitter for radio stations and your advice applies to anyone who wants to benefit by using Twitter. I learned a lot and can use that information to help others.


  8. like taking a drink from a fire hydrant

    Posted by Paul Hernandez, Online Director, KHPE, Albany, OR

    I've recently been placed in charge of "social networking" and how to use that for our station. Your seminar was much like taking a drink from a fire hydrant. Lots of great information. I have begun to make some changes based on what we've learned and re-created my Twitter page and a personality for the station. Also my GM wants to implement your "help desk" idea, too. Great job, well thought through and very helpful!


  9. got my staff so excited that all of us created our own Twitter accounts while listening

    Posted by Dan Curtis, General Manager, KJIK, Safford, AZ

    Your seminar on Twitter got my staff so excited that all of us created our own Twitter accounts while listening to it. All of us got a lot more out of this than any of us expected. I can't wait to listen to the mp3 again because there was so much valuable information that I know I missed some of it.



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