Are your #Twitter business strategies working?
Is your business already using Twitter to attract your customers? It’s hard to believe but, using Twitter business strategies to boost up your business isn’t as hard as it might seem, and the real time investment can be much less than what you think.
Twitter is the most profitable social networking site for many businesses online. The reason why Twitter works is simple, the target market for many entrepreneurs is there in large numbers.
Who would have thought 6 years ago that a social network that only allows to just publish 140 characters would become so popular? “Well, it is!”. Today Twitter is for millions of people the first stop for daily news, trends, chat, business or simply to have fun.
One of the reasons why Twitter has become so popular is the large number of famous personalities who regularly “tweet” their latest social status. These users include Hollywood stars, politicians, religious leaders, athletes and TV personalities. Twitter is the easiest way to posts updates, photos or videos. Once you get used to it, you’ll be surprised on how easy the 140 character social platform is to use.
How can Twitter benefit your business?
First of all you’ll have to register and create an account. Then you must take care of one of the most important things on your profile, the description. Your Twitter profile is indexed by Google and other major search engines like Yahoo and Bing and a good description could bring your business to the top SERPS.
Build a good base of followers. The easiest way to do this is to find people and businesses similar to yours and follow people with your same interest.
Compile a list of keywords that are important to your business and use them in the brief biography of your profile and updates. When using the keywords in your updates, make sure that they are preceded with a (#)hashtag, for example, internetmarketing. In this way the people who are looking for these terms will be found with your Tweets.
While you’re using Twitter to advertise your business, it’s also important to show that there is a human being behind a business profile. For some people this part may result a bit difficult because all they want is the free advertising space that Twitter offers everyone but the truth is that if you don’t socialize you will not grow. (Don’t be shy). Once you have a large number of followers, it is a good idea to maintain a regular dialog.
Don’t be a spammer. You don’t need to tell us what you’re selling at what price on each one of your “tweets”. The results of this practice is that you’re going to get a lot of unfollows and in the best cases if people don’t unfollow you, they’re just not gonna bother to read your Tweets.
Make sure that your Twitter account remains with only one niche market and if you want to “tweet” about other stuff is better to consider having more than one account.
Set a daily routine to read tweets, “Tweet” updates and follow/Unfollow people and by all means try to comply to this routine.
In my opinion, a lot of companies don’t t use Twitter in an intelligent way and are potentially losing ground as recent studies say that in 2014 Twitter is going to generate revenues of around one billion dollars. Do you think that’s enough for all? If your customers are there, what’s stopping you to go get your piece of the pie!
If you want to make a comment or leave a trackback on this post you’re more than welcome. Avoid the spamming and don’t forget to follow me on Twitter @imelseda. I’m looking forward to read your Tweets.
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