My Town Tutors is making a huge commitment for the 2014 2015 school year to be the #1 tutoring resource for parents and teachers in America. Our motto is “Teachers are great tutors!” Parents love the fact that every teacher in our directory is a teacher!
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My Town Tutors is excited to work with My School Books to help them grow their presence on twitter. Over the next few months we will be assisting @myschoolbooks to make important connections using twitter.
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Below are 5 Important Questions for twitter users! Below are the responses for My School Books!
Author Bio: Keith Russell, Creative Director, My School Books. Keith has been a professional Graphic & Web Designer for 13 plus years as well as taught and developed courses on Graphic Design Fundamentals, Creative Thinking, and Typography at a college level.
1. What is your purpose?
My School Books main purpose is simple: to help save teachers and tutors time so you can get back to doing what you love most, teaching! Now you can easily schedule lesson times, communicate with students and families, create invoices, log study time, track mileage and more, whether you’re in the classroom or on the go. My School Books is mobile friendly and works on any device (iPhone, Android, iPad, Mac or PC). You even get a free website and blog hosted by us with your monthly subscription!

2. Who is your audience? Our audience would be Top U.S. tutoring companies, tutors, private teachers, tutoring businesses, tutoring groups, teaching business’s.

3. What will you tweet? We mainly tweet any company news, software updates, improvements, feature updates, and answer any and all inquires from customers posted from the blog. Customer service is our number 1 priority.

4. What is your follow policy? We will follow all people, business, groups and associations, associated with tutoring.

5. What is your time commitment? We tweet at-least once a week, top 2 or 3 times. We do not want to “bug” people, rather have the information be valuable, informative, relevant and useful.