Breaking News: tCn to change name…

…well sort of!

The tCn Team are always looking at ways that Twitter , among other platforms, can be used to help individuals and organisations in the UK Built Environment.

With this in mind we have decided to change the name of our second Twitter account tCnFeeds to the new and improved @tCnMembers.

This twitter account was originally set up as a self-confessed ‘feed’ to publish the latest member activity from our award-winning networking and information sharing website.  This includes news, research, blogs, videos and more.

While this is still the case we will now make every effort to make this account a little more ‘human’ and mention, RT (Re-Tweet) and DM (Direct Message) our company members.

We’ve also set up an online newspaper with Paper Li called ‘The tCnMembers Daily’.

As the name suggests, this tool publishes links posted by tCn members in our twitter list as-well as those using the #tCnMembers hashtag.

Our other online newspaper, ‘The #tCnTop100 Daily’ does exactly the same for the ‘Top Tweeters in the UK Built Environment’ or those using the #tCnTop100 hashtag.

Click for more information about our online daily newspapers.

So feel free to follow us and help share our members content. Who knows, they might even share yours too!

We’d be delighted to help any organisation in the UK Built Environment.  Simply email the team via info@tcn.uk.com to see how you can become a featured member and benefit from these services.

Speak soon!

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About The tCn Team

The tCn Blog is edited by the original founders of the concept. Its purpose is to give regular updates as to what's happening on the official site while acting as a central resource to share best practise relating to social media in construction. We collaborate with various thought leaders including marketing & pr agencies, associations, bodies and institutes.
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