Adding Twitter followers isn’t hard, but it can be time consuming. Mostly because it’s relationship building, but there are other tips to help you build your follower base.
Whether you decide to engage in social networking as a marketing strategy or not, Twitter has become a powerful tool to search and monitor your brand, your competitors, and lead generation. Beyond the basic search on the Twitter home page you can use advanced search techniques to produce targeted information that are not easily found on Google’s search.
Tools are meant to make your life easier, so which ones should you have in your bag of tricks to ease your social media monitoring? When you’re working with social media marketing it’s important to know what’s being said about you and your brand. It’s also important to keep tabs on what your competition is up to and follow the latest marketing trends.
When you attend live events, do you use Twitter to send out updates to your followers? I do and they love it. I usually add a few followers because they know I will give them valuable information from the event.
I performed a quick Twitter poll to discover the commenting habits of other blog readers. My goal was to find out if Tweeting or Retweeting a post is not more widely done than actually commenting on the blog itself, and if so, why.
So, once you build your profile with your bio and spiffy Twitter background, how do you jump in? One of the most often asked questions I hear from those just starting out in social media marketing is, “What do I talk about?”.
One of the hardest social media lessons to swallow is the importance of personal interaction within your community. There is no quick plugin to replace authenticity
With the fast paced and diverse messages constantly being sent over the Twitter feed how do you narrow down the conversation to discuss and focus on your niche? The challenge in how to create a buzz around your brand or niche and position yourself as a leading authority in that trend