The Weekly Scoop in Healthcare Social Media #27

The Weekly Scoop in Healthcare Social Media #27

For Cardiologists: A Twitter Primer

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As the author states, this blog entry is “A crash course on Twitter”. A brief, but fairly comprehensive review by a Cardiologist on what a physician needs to know about Twitter, and a recap of the author’s own steps to gaining comfort and acceptance with it’s use.

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Do Agencies Give Sound Advice?

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A real life example that contrasts “traditional marketing media” and “social media”. Highlights the simplicity and immediacy of Web 2.0 over expensive and outdated alternatives.

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The Doctor’s Guide to Twitter: 75 Useful Tips…

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Focused on the use of Twitter by physicians, this blog entry provides lists addressing …

“Why Doctors Should Use Twitter” 
“The Doctor’s Beginner Guide to Twitter” 
“How to Make Twitter Productive”, and 
“Who Doctors Should Follow on Twitter”

75 tips in all. Certainly a few can apply to YOU!

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