Want to confirm you’ve been nominated in the #AJtCn100?

We’ve had lots of ‘tweeters’ contact us wanting to ensure we’ve received their nomination.

So, to give you some peace of mind the tCn Team, lead in this initiative by Su Butcher (@SuButcher), have agreed to individually DM (Direct Message) all those successfully nominated.

To enable us to do this simply follow @tCntweets.

You’ll then receive a Direct Message in the next few days saying, ‘Congratulations, you’ve been nominated for the #AJtCn100.’

We recommend that all nominees join Peerindex in order to ensure their rating is accurate.

Confused between Twitter lists?

Since our first #tCnTop100¬†initiative at the start of April 2011, you’ll probably have seen various lists being promoted.

Here is some information to clear up any confusion between the tCn/AJ collaboration and any ‘other’ Twitter lists.

The #AJtCn100 is to:

  • Identify only UK registered Architects and their staff who already embracing Twitter
  • Discover who is most effectively using Twitter via our partnership with Social Media monitoring and measurement provider PeerIndex (@PeerIndex)
  • To inform and educate people not currently using new media, of the benefits of such tools and how to use them as part of a comprehensive business development strategy.

We still have plenty of time before the results will be published in the Architects Journal so if you haven’t already, feel free to nominate yourself, your company or your colleagues.

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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