Marketing on Twitter

Marketing on Twitter


Marketing on Twitter can be very effective for your business. But the trick is to follow some steps to avoid spamming. If you keep spamming your followers will stop following you. Keeping your followers informed of your latest updates is important so use those 140 characters in a way that won’t seem forceful or a spam.

To get a maximum effect on your business through Twitter is to follow a few steps that will boost your business. Sign up for a twitter account and use your real name as the user name instead of business name. This helps build creditability.  Start by following the people you know. You can send as many tweets as you want but every tweet is limited to 140 characters.  Twitter also lets you post links which is a great way to let your followers know about your website and promotions.

If you twitter a few times a day, promote your business once or twice between ten or fifteen tweets. Don’t use your links every time you send a tweet.  Do some @whoever replies to the people you follow. That way when they reply, other people might see it and there’s a chance they’ll follow you too. Use tinyurl.com link to have more free space for what you have to say in your tweet.

Tweet about topics that you think your customers will be interested in.  If they like your tweets they’ll “retweet” your message and you’ll have a more chance of increasing your customers.

3 Responses

  1. Jimmy Says:

    Hello Mr. Expert,

    When are going to write up a follow up article on this post… is it going to be anytime soon? 🙂

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    “We run an Auto Parts directory about BMW Parts” …
    ( http://www.247-Parts.com )

  2. John Says:

    Hey,

    What happened to your follow up article?

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  3. John Says:

    Hey,

    What happened to your follow up article?

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    Check out my Health article on Healthcare Insurance
    ( http://community.oen.org/community/discussions/blog/2011/02/28/how-can-i-protect-myself-legally-and-force-a-dissolution-of-a-50-50-two-person-business-partnership-with-which-i-no-longer-want-to-be-involved )

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