What on earth is #AdoptATweep and why should I care?

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Preamble:

There is a fundamental desire for every Twitter user to crave for interaction. This can only be assured by way of followership, retweets and replies.

If you are a keen Twitter user in Nigeria and even globally, the probability that you have seen this rather queer hashtag #AdoptATweep is very likely.

What exactly is #AdoptATweep?

#AdoptATweep is a combination of three words viz; Adopt, A and Tweep. The only unusual term to a non twitter user is “Tweep” which is twitter lingo meaning “peep” in regular usage.

Adopt means adding a tweep and a Tweep refers to someone who uses the Twitter Social Media platform to drive dialogue. In summary, #AdoptATweep fundamentally means opening up strategies that will see twitter users engage in healthy conversation, follow themselves on twitter and if possible move the conversation from online interaction to offline engagement.

What is the #AdoptATweep all about?

The #AdoptATweep event is the offline representation of the #AdoptATweep concept. It is an innovative event aimed at empowering people to create brands that will attract attention on Twitter. The project involves a quarterly offline event that gathers young entrepreneurs and twitter users to learn twitter growth secrets at a 100% discounted fee. In other words FREE!!! To ensure sustainability of the no-cost drive, the participants are encouraged to embrace the #BYOD trend. #BYOD means bring your own device.

Team #AdoptATweep:

#AdoptATweep: @AdoptATweep

Nnodim Blossom: @blcompere

Adeyemi Opeyemi: @OjaySays

Esther Agbarakwe: @estherclimate

Uanikhehi Ized: @zegbua

Kolo Kenneth Kadiri: @KoloKennethK

Jeremiah O. Agenyi: @OwJerry

Emesiri Omofuoma: @kara2dance

Omozokpea Cyril: @CyrilO

Bragging Rights:

#AdoptATweep is Abuja’s and we dare say Nigeria’s foremost largest offline social media event, specifically targeted at the use of twitter for business, networking, marketing, Social Good and branding for creative folks.

Attend the next #AdoptATweep event:

In the month of May, more than 1,000 delegates from over 70 countries will gather for the World Economic Forum on Africa (WEF) between 7 – 9 May 2014 in Abuja, the #SocialGood movement will take center stage with the first ever +SocialGood event in Nigeria.  With the theme Africa Now +SocialGood: Technology| Entrepreneurship| Inclusive Growth

+SocialGood is very interested in inviting people to join the community. The +SocialGood event will explore how technology and entrepreneurship can promote inclusive growth in Africa through job creation.  It will be an inclusive conversation about change with a global impact by reaching the minds of those wanting to make a change – the social do-gooders and entrepreneurs in Africa and from around the world.  The event will also be an opportunity to officially unveil the first-ever Abuja Social Good Hub

 

Date: Thursday 8th May, 2014.

Time: 9am Prompt.

Venue: Hawthorne Suites by Wyndham, 1 Uke Street, Area 11, Garki – Abuja. (The building beside Sahad Stores, Area 11)

Sharing is caring, inform your friends to register here www.adoptatweep.eventbrite.com

Enhance the conversation by tweeting the lines below for us…

I just registered for “Plus Social Good and #AdoptATweep presents: Africa Now +SocialGood: Technology| Entrepreneurship| Inclusive Growth”

Plus Social Good and #AdoptATweep presents: Africa Now +SocialGood: Technology| Entrepreneurship| Inclusive Growth. www.adoptatweep.eventbrite.com

What on earth is #AdoptATweep and why should I care? www.blcompere.com/adoptatweep via @AdoptATweep

Thank you very much.

 

3 Comments

  1. Dear Blossom, You are Exceptionally Excellent in your activities. You are Rare Brand for Our Young African Females. Looking forward to Celebrating you in 2014 as one of AFYSDI Awardees for the Year 2014 U.N International Women Day! Carry On.
    Together, we shall take ADOPTATWEET to other States of Nigeria. Please get back on me for us to plan Our Strategic Take-off Point.
    Stay Blessed, Wish You a Blessed and Blossoming New Year 2014.

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    • Hello Blossom, hello AdoptATweep team. I have enjoyed series of the BYOD hangouts and it’s really been encouraging, interactive, educational and really entertaining. I applaud ur initiative and encourage you to keep up the good work. Keep helping Nigerian youth to engage intellectually and keep directing our minds to hidden possibilities through the various resource persons u invite at each AdoptATweep event. Above all, infuse some elements of moral consciousness in the hearts and minds of our present generation. Thanks for impacting on your generation!

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  2. Ò̩rẹ́ mi àtàtà kú iṣẹ́ o. Mò ń gbádùn rẹ bí mo ṣe gbádùn Twitter.

    Olúwa á bùkún ẹ, á sì bùkún èmi náà.

    Àmín

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