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John Haydon's Free Twitter Guide

John Haydon of Corporatedollar.org has released a free guide to Twitter that is well worth downloading. All you need to do is subscribe to his email list. Don’t worry about the references to non-profits if that doesn’t apply to you, the advice works for any Twitter user.

I’m not promoting this just because John is enrolled on my Authority Blogger course, the guide is top notch! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Choosing a user-name and photo that will engage other Twitter users
  • How to create a stand-out Twitter Profile
  • How to find Twitter users
  • How to turn followers into raving fans
  • How to make sure that folks visit your website and stay interested

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  1. John’s a great guy. I’ve been chatting with him on Twitter recently and I can tell he absolutely knows his Twittering.

  2. John’s a great guy. I’ve been chatting with him on Twitter recently and I can tell he absolutely knows his Twittering.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Okay, what’s the joke? I click on the link, sign up, receive a link to download, which takes me back to the link to sign up.

    Are you trying to see how many hamsters you can get on the wheel at the same time?

    Very disappointing.

  4. Okay, what’s the joke? I click on the link, sign up, receive a link to download, which takes me back to the link to sign up.

    Are you trying to see how many hamsters you can get on the wheel at the same time?

    Very disappointing.

  5. @Michael – He is indeed, one of the good guys ๐Ÿ™‚

    @Donna – It worked for me, not sure what is going on in your case!

  6. @Michael – He is indeed, one of the good guys ๐Ÿ™‚

    @Donna – It worked for me, not sure what is going on in your case!

  7. Hey Chris! Thanks for letting us know about this. I just downloaded it for a non-profit I’m working with. They’re just starting to get into the whole social media thing and have been asking me about Twitter, so this should be a real help to them. thanks again!!

  8. Hey Chris! Thanks for letting us know about this. I just downloaded it for a non-profit I’m working with. They’re just starting to get into the whole social media thing and have been asking me about Twitter, so this should be a real help to them. thanks again!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Okay, Apologies.
    My eye was fooled by the big “CLICK HERE” graphic on the right while missing the little ‘click here’ graphic for the download…ADD sucks sometimes!

    Thank you for making this available…I haven’t had time to get to know about Twitter and this will get me going!

  10. Okay, Apologies.
    My eye was fooled by the big “CLICK HERE” graphic on the right while missing the little ‘click here’ graphic for the download…ADD sucks sometimes!

    Thank you for making this available…I haven’t had time to get to know about Twitter and this will get me going!

  11. @Amy – Enjoy!

    @Donna – Glad it worked for you in the end, but thank John who wrote it and made it available, I just linked to it ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. @Amy – Enjoy!

    @Donna – Glad it worked for you in the end, but thank John who wrote it and made it available, I just linked to it ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. @Donna and @Amy,

    Let me know if I can answer any questions about the Twitter guide. Ping me anytime at twitter.com/johnhaydon

    Thanks again,

    John

  14. @Donna and @Amy,

    Let me know if I can answer any questions about the Twitter guide. Ping me anytime at twitter.com/johnhaydon

    Thanks again,

    John

  15. Thanks for the link Chris, but when I submitted the sign-up form I got an Aweber error message saying that the account does not exist! ๐Ÿ™

    Cheers, Jon

  16. Thanks for the link Chris, but when I submitted the sign-up form I got an Aweber error message saying that the account does not exist! ๐Ÿ™

    Cheers, Jon

  17. Jon,

    I’m really sorry for the bug – fixed now.

    Any other issues, just email me – johnscotthaydon@gmail.com

    John

  18. Jon,

    I’m really sorry for the bug – fixed now.

    Any other issues, just email me – johnscotthaydon@gmail.com

    John

  19. Sounds good, Twitter hasn’t really clicked for me so far, so hopefully this helps me figure out what all the fuss is about.

  20. Sounds good, Twitter hasn’t really clicked for me so far, so hopefully this helps me figure out what all the fuss is about.

  21. Dot Com Dud,

    Twitter won’t “click” unless it fits in line with your overall blog strategy.

    I notice from your “About” page, that you have quick your job so that you can focus on making money from your blog.

    1 – Your goal is to make money from your blog.

    2 – Your strategy is about how you accomplish your goal. “My blog will be the “go-to” source of reliable information on how to start a blogging business. With this strategy as my “compass”, visitors will become subscribers, subscribers will become customers, and customers will become raving fans and resellers.”

    3 – Tactics are the specific, project-focused activities that cascade down from your strategy. “To develop my subscriber base, I will create partnerships with other bloggers.”

    4 – Your tools are what you will use to manifest your strategy on this tactical level. “With Twitter (one tool within a toolbox), I will find and nurture mutually beneficial relationships with other internet marketers.”

    Without a strategy (which is the glue between your tactics and your goal), you will end up going from tool-to-tool (Twitter, then LinkedIn, then Squidoo, then Stumbleupon).

    Hope this helps,

    John

    P.S. I strongly urge you to take a close look at Chris Garrett’s “Authority Blogger” course, which is all about creating a successful blog business (see banner on right).

  22. Dot Com Dud,

    Twitter won’t “click” unless it fits in line with your overall blog strategy.

    I notice from your “About” page, that you have quick your job so that you can focus on making money from your blog.

    1 – Your goal is to make money from your blog.

    2 – Your strategy is about how you accomplish your goal. “My blog will be the “go-to” source of reliable information on how to start a blogging business. With this strategy as my “compass”, visitors will become subscribers, subscribers will become customers, and customers will become raving fans and resellers.”

    3 – Tactics are the specific, project-focused activities that cascade down from your strategy. “To develop my subscriber base, I will create partnerships with other bloggers.”

    4 – Your tools are what you will use to manifest your strategy on this tactical level. “With Twitter (one tool within a toolbox), I will find and nurture mutually beneficial relationships with other internet marketers.”

    Without a strategy (which is the glue between your tactics and your goal), you will end up going from tool-to-tool (Twitter, then LinkedIn, then Squidoo, then Stumbleupon).

    Hope this helps,

    John

    P.S. I strongly urge you to take a close look at Chris Garrett’s “Authority Blogger” course, which is all about creating a successful blog business (see banner on right).