Of all the popular social media channels, I’d say that Twitter is probably the most intimidating. But once you learn its unique language of tweets, hashtags, and handles, Twitter opens up a world of opportunities to promote your cause or business.
If you're the CEO of your company , you may think that you haven't time to think about tweets, Facebook posts, Foursquare check-ins and Pinterest boards. But you should. Here are some tips from those that do . . .
OH NO! There's a negative post lurking on your social media account and you got to act. Do you make like an ostrich and put your head in the sand or go for an early coffee break and hope it will go away? Here's some very sensible tips from AskAaron on the right way to go about it . . .
Now that you have put across your first tweet, blog post or created your Facebook Page or Google+ Page, you need a sound plan to succeed. Scout the net & you should find tons of links to help you succeed & I promise the following post might not be too different, but then its just some of the strategies that have help me while starting for zero. You'll need these strategies, as there are competitors who are ready to out-do you & by the time you master it, a success story would have already been born....
Great post by Kim Garst, Twitter can be a very powerful tool to build your business if you use it wisely.
The purpose of Twitter and all social media, is not to make money, but to brand YOU and your business and build relationships with potential and existing customers. The money will follow if you put your customers FIRST.
**Mix your "business" talk with "life" talk
"Twitter challenges personal brands to reach out to their audience differently than they would in traditional marketing and/or social media platforms."
Here are some highlights that caught my attention:
**The resource sharing tweet - Find a great article or a resource that you know your target audience could benefit from
**The quotable tweet - This one speaks for itself
**Tip of the Day Tweet - great way to provide relevant content to your target audience by providing them a valuable piece of info that they can use either personally or profesionally. This also builds vlaue for you as an expert within your niche.
Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond"
It is true that there are several ways to find good connections through social media. If the best, in my opinion, is the direct contact, here is a list of some tools that can also support you in this process. [note mg]
Is your Twitter timeline filled with the same boring tweets every day? If you don’t know where to look for new and interesting tweeters, you might be stuck with an ordinary feed. We found a few resources and tips to help you find the most interesting people on Twitter. And there’s a bonus to following interesting people: they might find you interesting too!
WeFollow is one of the most popular Twitter directories. You can add yourself to the directory and find the most popular influencers in categories such as social media, blogger, music and tech. You can also search by keyword for more specific interests.
WeFollow is comprehensive and features the most important influencers in major fields of interest...
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you have probably heard of Twitter. It is a rocking hot social networking site that seems to be to be used by almost everyone today. It’s on the news, on the radio and on the minds of thousands of people everywhere, every single day.
There are many different types of people on Twitter. But, most of these people are on Twitter for a single reason. They want people to know about them. They want to connect with people. Lots of people.
Did you know that there are Twitter Rules for marketing and business success in what you do. I am a marketer and have been for many years. In the last few years my business has been expanding by leaps and bounds, because of social media and the internet. But, there are rules that all marketers must follow if they are going to have success in the marketplace, especially online.
Here are the 7 Simple Rules to Success on Twitter:...
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