Twitter and Tweet yourself and find some cool information about coaching youth football. Plus you will learn like minded football coaches on Twitter. Twitter is nothing more than a real time headline / subject feed from real people. Its a great source of niche information on your interest subject matter. And for youth football coaches, there is a ton of good info.
Ok, so I am an Internet Marketer in my real life, but to be honest I finally really using Twitter September 2010 after reading The Twitter Book by Tim O’Reilly and Sarah Milstein.
The biggest mistake I was making was trying to use Twiiter like Facebook. They are two different animals. On Twitter try to find everyone in your niche interest group and follow them. You can follow me here http://twitter.com/#!/coachparker_org and find a ton of football coaches, sportswriters and players from my following list. This is how I got started. I found a several youth football coaches and started following them and their follow lists. Soon I was following close to 300 people. It sounds like a ton but it is not.
Increase the people you follow was the main point the book taught me. Follow more than just your freinds and professional acquaintances. Choose credible people to follow by looking:
- Who is following them
- How many tweets
- Subject of Tweets
- Recent activity of Tweets (at least that week)
- How many people are following them
- Are they listed and how many