Welcome to #HerefordHour
Twitter Networking for #Herefordshire businesses
With a dedicated theme every week
There’s always something to chat about…
Tweet-while-you-eat – every Monday, 1 – 2pm (not Bank Holidays).
Reach over 3 million potential audience each week!
Businesses, charities, organisations & individuals who recognise the benefits of Twitter networking, from Herefordshire & neighbouring counties, Worcestershire, Shropshire, Powys & Gloucestershire, are welcome to join.
Look out for our weekly themes for discussion – DM Cathie if you have a topic to suggest or would like to “host” a session.
Open Twitter at 1pm, Mondays and watch the #HerefordHour conversations start. Jump in with a tweet, USE THE HASHTAG #HEREFORDHOUR with every tweet. Your tweet will be Retweeted – perhaps many times – and people will say hello.
Tell us about your business or organisation. Tweet news, views & advertising. Recruit new staff. Highlight events. Launch appeals. Say thank you. Recommend businesses & services.
The best value networking!
Just 1 hour reaps huge rewards for your marketing.
Look out for Notifications & Direct Messages.
If you cannot attend at 1pm you can use the hashtag in the week and your tweet will still resonate to more followers than you can imagine!
Tips for #HerefordHour
- Enter #HerefordHour into your Twitter search bar and click “Live” to see the conversation as it happens
- Follow and Retweet fellow #HerefordHour users & watch your own following grow
- Check your Twitter analysis and see the effect #HerefordHour has on your stats
- Add a #HerefordHour column to your TweetDeck to keep up with the flow of tweets
- If you can’t make the hour, schedule your tweets using TweetDeck / Hootsuite
- Make #HerefordHour part of your marketing campaigns
- Link social icons to your website
- Put your social media addresses on your leaflets, signs & vehicle livery
- Cross-link your Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr accounts
- If you want to make more of your social media marketing attend a training course run at Sign-Rite UK Ltd and Adam Richard Jones