Those Who Can, Do

Maybe the most meta-pedagogical post ever. At PrawfsBlawg, Toledo law prof Agnieszka McPeak teaches the other prawfs how to use twitter.

I’ve put together some tips for tweeting, which may be useful for those who are new to Twitter or who don’t tweet much. And for more experienced users, I’ve included info on some of the 2016 changes to Twitter.

Twitter’s most distinctive trait is its 140-character limit for all tweets. This format cuts down on text and allows for a quick view of a lot of content.

But it’s not all fun and games. So Twitter, how does it work?

Twitter can be an epic timesuck, but it doesn’t need to be. Here are some tips to make the most of it, for both creating content and consuming it.

For creating content and tracking activity, consider these suggestions:

Maybe she’ll write a law review article about it. One can only hope.

5 thoughts on “Those Who Can, Do

  1. Jim Tyre

    Maybe she’ll write a law review article about it. One can only hope.

    If the law review article gets peer reviewed on twitter, I just might die and go to heaven.

  2. Jim Tyre

    Oh my, it gets better. In the comments (props to the blog for still allowing comments), another person recommends a 208 page BOOK. $111 in hard cover, a veritable steal at $39 for the paperback. (Also various ebook formats.) Clearly a must read before I even consider making one more tweet.

  3. kp

    “”how to turn tweeps – into clients.””

    Oh, I never realised that there was any other noun for them apart from twits.

    For onlo $473 Mr Dayton is a wealth of information!

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