Afternoon “T”ea With Twitter


Twitter Presentation

The goal for this upcoming session will be to “elevate Social Media, in particular Twitter, from a ‘neat’ toy to a serious business tool.”  (Quote via/ @CEB_MLC)


This presentation is geared toward the Twitter 101 individual.

  • Hear from a business professional who is successfully engaged on Twitter
  • Learn from a Small Business Leader who has benefited from Social Media
  • Leave with practical applications & step-by-step guidelines on how to apply Twitter


Presented by   DIANE MEYER   (@MarketingbyDM)

Date:  Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Time:  3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Place:  Perfect Settings  (@Perfect Settings)

Address:  200 Locust St., Columbia, PA  17512

Parking:  Private Parking Lot just steps away

Refreshments:  Tea  and Tastykakes (@TastyBakingCo)


Cost:  $40.00

Preferred Attendance:  Maximum 40   (Register Early)

Registration Deadline:  Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 by email

  • Follow-up session (optional) will be offered Tuesday, October 26th, 2010, same time/same place for a cost of $30.00 so that questions can be answered and next steps discussed.  
  • All attendees will receive materials at the presentation that will assist them with refreshing subject matter discussed, guide to applications, terms to know and general information to be  helpful in the learning process.


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About Diane Meyer
Diane has more than 30 years in the corporate environment as Marketing Manager, Marketing Training Director, Advertising Manager and PR Manager for such companies as Celanese Corporation, BJ’s Wholesale Club, Kimberly-Clark Corporation and The Money Store. More recently she served as Executive Director of Community Health Campaign overseeing all the marketing efforts for 13 health agencies. In 2005 she started her own Marketing/PR firm, Marketing by DM. Her client list consists of small and large businesses from all over the United States. She assists clients with their marketing and promotional efforts while also recommending programs to reward employees, branding efforts through promotional products and events/PR efforts.

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