Twitter is a powerful marketing tool for business. When it is used properly Twitter can spread your brand, build strong connections and generate leads. However, if you have limited followers, your business will not be able to benefit from everything this powerful platform has to offer.
Twitter is a great tool for marketing, but are you getting the most out of your profile? This infographic will teach you key ways to optimize your Twitter profile (both for individuals and for brands), best practices for tweet structure, and how to increase engagement. Check it out.
Twitter is an effective marketing tool for both small and large business. Whether you are marketing to your local community, or hoping to make connections worldwide, Twitter is an effective platform to help you reach your target audience.
Many brands appear to be including Twitter in their arsenal of social media sites, but many remain struggling with how to use it correctly. Mastering your business marketing on Twitter in 2017 should be a priority in your online marketing approach. Continue reading “15 Twitter Tips You Can’t Ignore”
Are your social platforms in limbo? Do you need some ideas to get them jump started? Review the seven C’s of successful social marketing and implement them on every occasion.
If you notice the “C’s” of Social Success list below, you will see that it doesn’t include: CRAM (your products down our throats) CRUD (sharing content that is visually poor and tastefully inappropriate) CONCEITED (all about you and/or your product/company).
So now is a great time to change things up and move your marketing to the next level. Use the suggestions below like a checklist. Consider them all.
Well, as the old saying goes, “a picture says a thousand words”. Here’s hoping that some businesses, agencies, professionals, read and consider my picture before they open their Twitter accounts again.
Adding an element of “Social” to your current online marketing is much easier than you think. You can simply follow the tips below to take the first step in becoming a more “social” business.