- We need to define who is our desired audience in order to successfully adapt our message: Wikimedians, educators, wikifriendly people in general?
- What to tweet? Newsletter posts, relevant posts from the Facebook group, pages from Outreach Wiki and Meta Did you know there is an archive of...? Here's a learning pattern to deal with...?
- What is a manageable frequency of activity? How many tweets per week is realistic? 3 scheduled tweets and additional retweets and answers to tweets? It's reasonable that the account is more active during live events.
- Making a Tweet-Topic calendar will make scheduling tweets easy and it invites more people to contribute ideas. Here's a suggestion but it depends greatly on who we see as prime audience:
|Monday:||Stories from Program leaders e.g new and archived Newsletter posts|
|Wednesday:||How to and tips e.g tips from Learning Patterns, Edu tool kit, manuals and translations.|
|Friday:||Celebrations of success e.g awards, massive metrics, and more...|
- How we deal with Multilingualism: If we tweet in a non English language, we should offer a 2nd Tweet with an english translation
- How we deal with @wikieducation (the twitter handle of Wiki Ed Foundation) when misquoting, missmentioning or similar : It will probably happen.