It’s growing pretty fast. With hundreds of millions of users sharing billions of tweets each and every week, Twitter has quickly established itself as a pivotal marketing and communications tool for brands and businesses of all shapes and sizes across almost every industry.
Problem: Twitter comes with a pretty steep learning curve. Where on earth do you begin?
Thankfully, a solution is hand via a new resource at Simply Business, whose small business guide to Twitter provides a step-by-step template to help you master the basics, linking to key articles, howto’s and tutorials from around the web (including yours truly).
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