Ultimate Guide on Using Twitter to Land Scholarships!



Twitteris The New Way To Attract Colleges!Twitter is an online news and social networking service where users post and interact with messages, “tweets,” restricted to 140 characters. Registered users can post tweets while unregistered users can only review tweets. Twitter is the place to find out about whats happening in the world right now. Whether youre interested in music, sports, politics, news, celebrities, or everyday momentsBut wait!Twitter can also be used to successfully target universities for scholarships.This condensed and comprehensive course demonstrates how to create an optimized Twitterprofiles for high school students that will attract college professors, alumni, and admission officers.High School Students, Undergraduate Students, andGrad school Studentswill all benefit from taking this course.Learn from a Twitter Expert!Follow social media expert, Sedgrid Lewis, as he demonstrates through screencasts how tooptimize your Twitterprofile to attract college admission officers.Using real-world examples, Sedgrid shows you hands-on how to:Create a thorough and complete, professional, and optimized TwitterprofileHow to locate local scholarships in your communityLearn how to use Twitter Chats and Hashtags to locate national scholarshipsDiscover how to use Twitter to engage past scholarship winners to learn their success storiesHow to engage college professors on twitterLearn how to connect with college admission officers through twitterLet’s Get Your TwitterProfileOptimized for Colleges and Scholarship Committees. Take the course today, and be a TwitterAll Star in no time!What are the requirements?Internet connectivity is requiredWhat am I going to get from this course?Learn how to build scholarshipTwitter Lists for content curationAbility to create a custom twitter profile optimized for college admission officersLearn how to obtain followers from key influencers such as college professorsWhat is the target audience?High School Students, Undergrad StudentsCollege Planners, Financial Aid Specialist, Guidance Counselors. Social Media strategist