Are you marketing to people on Twitter? You know, pitching your wares? Perhaps there’s a better way…
In this article I’ll present three ideas that will draw customers to you without that nasty marketing aftertaste.
One of the reasons social media is so valuable to businesses is that it offers a chance to show you’re listening. As a result, you can gauge customer sentiment, turn prospects into clients and turn customers into brand evangelists.
Twitter marketing is on the edge of going mainstream, and although much of the market doesn’t quite accept it yet, the truth is that it’s coming, and now is the time to get in on the action.
I began as a direct marketer, doing business face-to-face at a kitchen table with a phone call and a handshake. Back then, getting customers was tough work. These days, they are all over, just waiting to be found.
On any given day, there are millions of people looking for something on Twitter, be it a cup of coffee, a snack, a nice book to read, or just something to help them pass the time.
Add the fact that smartphones and other mobile devices have given the average consumer the means not only to find what they want online, but also to talk about it, and you’ve got the perfect situation for finding new customers.