Are you a Top Tweeter in the UK Built Environment? – Update

Wow, what a great response to the #tCnTop100 created only 1 week ago!

We had over 100 ‘tweeters’ put themselves forward within 4 days so it seems our industry is not as prehistoric or anti-‘social’ as some would think.

In the meantime, it’s important to understand what the #tCnTop100 campaign is all about, and to see this as the start of an awareness-raising and connection-making process:

  • We want ‘Tweeting’ and use of social media use in general to get some attention across the UK built environment professions, and possibly encourage non-users to take the online plunge.
  • The #tCnTop100 search on Twitter could become a place for users in the UK built environment to find influential fellow professionals who share their interests.
  • We plan to break down the initial list into various ‘#tCnTop’ sub-lists, so that practitioners in niche disciplines can more easily find other companies, communities and conversations.

You can now nominate followers!

To include as many valued tweeters as possible and to ensure we create a thorough and varied list, we are now encouraging you to nominate deserved followers and the people you follow.

Get your nominations in by 15th March. This should give PeerIndex some great data to analyse.

Simply tweet I/we nominate [@twitteraccount] for the #tCnTop100‘, inserting their Twitter handle.


About tCnFounder

Ryan Briggs is the Founder of tCn and has spent over 10 years in the construction industry working with various local, regional and national organisations. Now working with construction training provider, Built for Training, he is keen to use the tCn platform to help bring our industry together utilising social media technology while encouraging the next generation of talent into careers within the built environment.
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