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Alyssa Gardina

Thanks so much for the compliments! I think that Amy's advice in #5 is some of the most important that I ever got before we got into Twitter. Having been on Twitter before for my personal account, I knew that we needed a complete bio, link to our homepage and several "Tweets" before we got started.

For any museums reading this post/the comments, trust me, Twitter has paid off already as far as awareness and even visitation for The Women's Museum. It's been such a great resource for hearing from our visitors and our audience.

Concetta

Thanks for the post Beth. I'm now following some of those museums for ideas to incorporate into my teaching.

kathy gill

Hi, Beth! This is cool ... I'm on Amy's committee. :-)

Way to go, Amy! Whoot!

Richard McCoy

Hey, nice interview.

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