1. If you haven’t already done so, sign up for Twitter.
2. Identify any Twitter bad habits you may have picked up.
3. Identify the reason you allowed yourself to adopt them:
"All the books told me to do this."
"Social networking is a chore."
"I'm simply too busy to hang out!"
"Others were doing it!"Other.
4. Study the celebrity examples again. If you have time, identify three other well-known Tweeters who genuinely engage their followers, and try the same sort of analysis.
5. Familiarize yourself with your Twitter account settings and tools. Install any tools you think will help your business goals.
6. Find out what time of day (or night) your best audience and/or favorite people like to hang out on Twitter, make a note of the time, and engage with them.
7. Make a plan for daily tweeting.
a. What impact do you think your tweeting will have on your business or life?
b. How can you track your ROI?
c. When will you tweet?
d. How much will you tweet?
e. How does Twitter suit your personality?
f. Which Twitter tools will you plan to use and why?
Be prepared to discuss your answers with your teacher and show that you have done the work.