Trying to figure out this whole Twitter thing? Especially for social media marketing? Don’t worry. Here’s Twitter 101 for Marketers.
How does Twitter Marketing work?
Are your customers on Twitter? Are you trying to understand how the platform even works? Twitter is a powerful, fast-moving social network. The ability to reach customers is incredibly efficient when done correctly.
In just 280 characters, you’re able to send out messages to large populations. Some think the downside to Twitter is the speed in which it moves. A tweet sent out at 9:00 am is sometimes outdated by 9:05 am. This shortened window of possibility requires you to monitor your Twitter account constantly.
But where much is given, much is received! A robust twitter account can attract people far and wide!
So you’re exploring the world of social media marketing for your business. Congratulations! That said, you might not know exactly how to tailor your social media presence to each platform. That’s where we can help. Twitter tips! If you’re new to Twitter, this mega-powerful platform can do wonders for your business – if you know … Continued
Everyone around you is using it, understanding it, and enjoying it. They giggle and say words like hashtag and tweet and all you hear is blah blah blah. So you look at the tweet and all you see is @someone#ImSoConfused#WhatIsThisEvenFor. It’s Twitter this, and Twitter that – What everyone is talking about? Do you feel alone? … Continued
Social media marketing newbies and veterans alike tend to make the same mistake: They post the same content to all of their social networks. There’s a reason for this: Managing multiple social media accounts is time consuming and labor intensive, especially when you consider all the other work you need to do to keep your … Continued
We’ve got a newsflash for you, Walter Cronkite: headlines are important. And no, we’re not talking about those that grace the cover of the New York Times or US Weekly. We’re talking about your headlines, their content, and their retweeting potential. Headlines, who knew? You? Retweeted? It might sound challenging (unless you’re a canary), but the fact … Continued