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  • Great post, Jenise. I was wondering what that #EIR business was all about.

  • Excellent new blog post! Love the added video 4 personal touch. What a powerful message from just 3 little words: Engage, Inform, Retweet. Great advice for everyone not just for social media newbies. It always helps to remind me to practice what I preach. #EIR

  • Nice job, Jenise! I think this is a great, easy to remember foundation for anyone who is new to Twitter, or looking to improve their networking reach. With Twitter’s endless boundaries, it’s important to have this structure to take advantage of what it offers to us.

  • Thanks SOOO much for the feedback, you guys. Everyday, I am positively reminded how Twitter is all about karma. Whatever you do for other people, you really do for yourself. EIR is just an easy way to remember what we all want to get from being on Twitter. Thanks for taking the time to post a comment. I REALLY appreciate it.

  • Dave Miller

    Good stuff! Especially like the note on social cues. It can be so difficult to communicate without being able to read each-others body language, etc. Social media is a great addition to communication. I just hope we don’t lose too much of actual human interaction in the process. I still like sitting down with someone for a cup of coffee.
    I like your video. Nice to be able to see you!

  • Absolutely, nothing beats sitting down & having a cup of coffee w/ someone. I don’t see social media as a replacement for that, just another way to eventually get to that cup of coffee moment! Great points, as usual Dave. Thanks SOO much for the feedback!!

  • First of all: Smart chicks rock! I like the idea of the EIR hashtag. I’ll confess I didn’t know what it meant until I followed the link to this page. Because you’re definately an EIRer, I’ll be tweeting this page link as well. Thanks for ‘bringin’ it home for us older citizens with limited social geek skills.

  • Well thank you! I certainly think you can teach me a LOT about social media, Andy!! (Loved your post on silence is golden on Twitter.) I think when you look at how fast everything changes around here, we are all newbs, most of the time! Basic courtesy and the golden rule never go out of style though. That’s what #EIR is all about – AND you are DEFINITELY one of the best at it!!

  • [...] This post was Twitted by MichaelMcCurry [...]

  • Hi Jenise,

    What a terrific blog post this is!

    I particularly like the Intro video, because it personalizes the whole experience!!!

    Your tips and the Hashtag is great for encouraging a very effective way of utilizing Twitter.

    Way to go!

    @michaelmccurry

  • Thanks so much Michael! I really appreciate your input. Your blog McCurry’s Corner, has been a great inspiration to me.

  • Without realizing it, I’ve been using the EIR strategy to build and connect with my Twitter following. I’ll be RT’ing this easy strategy to my followers so that they can start using it, too. Thanks for all the great info, best of success & keep on tweetin’!

  • One more thing I should have mentioned in my earlier EIR post. To successfully implement an EIR strategy, do use a Twitter app such as HootSuite, Tweetdeck, etc. What I’ve noticed with some of my offline network just getting started with Twitter is that they don’t know how to track or pay attention to mentions, retweets, etc. Some I’ve RT’d, replied to, or mentioned several times with nary a thank you tweet or courtesy RT of my messages–and I know them in the flesh! The Engage and Retweet steps of EIR are so much easier when you have the right tools. Thanks again for breaking this down into an easy-to-remember strategy!

  • Heidi,

    Great point! If you don’t have Hoot Suite or Tweet Deck, it’s very important to keep an eye on your mentions on Twitter. There is a stream for that. But you’re right, the whole thing is MUCH easier using an app. I started out using Tweet Deck first, but switched to Hoot Suite when I started posting more tweets per day and wanted to space them out through scheduling. Hoot Suite is very handy for that, and for keeping track of click through stats on the inks you post. Thanks so much for your input Heidi and please keep me posted on your Twitter activities!!

  • Thank You Very Much For a Very Informative Post.
    I look forward to adding the use of #EIR in my #FF Recommendations.

  • Very glad to be of help, Daniel!

  • [...] be doing that is contributing to this person’s negative experience. Being a big proponent of #EIR, I try hard to engage with the #eventprofs community, tweet useful information, and retweet when I [...]

  • Hey Jenise! I know this is an older post (though an important DAILY subject!), but I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy the personal video introduction to this article. I hope you decide to do more of this in the future!

  • I do, Eric. I plan to post a lot of video in the future. Hopefully soon!! Thanks!

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