Twitter Smarter Podcast with Madalyn Sklar - The Best Twitter Tips from the Pros

Twitter Smarter Podcast with Madalyn Sklar - The Best Twitter Tips from the Pros

What if you could learn helpful Twitter tips, tricks & resources that will help you get noticed right now? As a top ranked Social Media Power Influencer, I have a simple goal of teaching people how to “work smarter not harder” on Twitter. Each week I interview amazing movers and shakers in the world of social media and online marketing like Pat Flynn, Mari Smith, Kim Garst, Mark Schaefer, Peg Fitzpatrick and leaders at HootSuite, InfusionSoft, ManageFlitter, Mention and so many more. I’m asking them one simple question: “What are your best Twitter tips?” In this podcast you’ll get the best Twitter information & resources that you can use right now. Join me on this podcast journey where you’ll learn what the pros are doing so you can become #TwitterSmarter.... Show More
October 8, 2017

Dorie Clark is a marketing strategy consultant and professional speaker who has worked with clients including Google, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Fidelity, Yale University, and more. She’s a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review and many other great publications. She’s the author of a brand new book out this week called “Entrepreneurial You.” And she’s also written two other widely popular books, “Reinventing You” and “Stand Out”.

In this episode, Dorie shares her insights on leveraging your content on Twitter. She talks about using Twitter to share “evergreen” content. When we talk about evergreen, we mean content that doesn’t expire or go stale. It’s good today, next week, or even 3-6 months from now. Timeless material is valuable and should be leveraged. Check your blog. You probably have content you can leverage on Twitter more than once. Dorie says the key is to look for the pieces that can continue to add value to new readers lives. What’s most important is to fully maximize the value of the content that you do create.

We also talk about our favorite evergreen tools – Dorie uses Edgar and I use SocialJukebox. You’ll hear about all this and more.

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My Favorite Quote:

“You need to build a drumbeat. We can’t, in terms of our time and sanity, keep creating new content all the time. Yes, new content creation is a discipline. But what I think is even more important is maximizing fully the value of the content that you do create.”

Your Call-to-Action:

Your call-to-action for this episode is to grab Dorie’s FREE resource:  88 Question Entrepreneurial You Self-Assessment. It walks you step-by-step through the process on how to become more entrepreneurial in your business and life and develop multiple income streams. Send me a tweet @MadalynSklar and let me know what you think of the assessment. I want to hear from you!

How to Reach Dorie:

You can reach Dorie on Twitter @dorieclark and her website,

Shout Out to My Patrons!

I would like to personally thank my patrons who support this podcast. Thank you Alesia, Samantha, Jim, ViviMar, Courtney, Marilyn, Tomas, Lina, Sinem, Brandi, Donna, Kim, Emma, Juli, Echo Twelve, Rick. Find out how you can support this podcast too.

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