Have you thought about hosting chats?
Twitter chats are a great way to connect with customers and prospects, build authority and gain exposure for your business.
In this article you’ll discover how to prepare, promote and host a Twitter chat.
Wondering how Twitter chats can help market your business?
To learn more about Twitter chats and what they can mean for your business, I interview Pam Moore for this episode of the Social Media Marketing podcast.
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The Social Media Marketing podcast is a show from Social Media Examiner.
It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.
The show format is on-demand talk radio (also known as podcasting).
Pam shares why businesses should host Twitter chats and the marketing benefits of running them.
You’ll discover how to get started, where to find participants and ways to promote your Twitter chats.
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Do you want to show off your customer’s kind words about your business?
Since Twitter allows the ability to embed tweets on websites, people have discovered lots of creative ways to use them.
In this post, I’ll show you six ways to use embedded tweets to enhance your content, drive engagement and establish social proof.
How to Embed a Tweet
From sharing spontaneous customer testimonials to increasing traffic and promoting events, embedded tweets can capitalize on or support engagement with your brand in a number of ways.
Before we get started, let’s quickly review how to embed a tweet on your website.
When you find a tweet you want to embed on your website, hover over that tweet and click on the More link. Then you should see an Embed Tweet option.
Now you can thanks to embedded tweets, a new feature from Twitter.
Sharing Tweets Outside of Twitter
Embedded tweets allow you to take a tweet or a conversation and post it on your website or in a blog post. You can use this feature to share your Twitter conversation with a larger audience.
But more than that, the embedded tweets have interactive features. From an embedded tweet, a visitor to your website or a blog post reader can:
- Reply to the tweet and join the conversation.
- Share the conversation with their Twitter community using retweet.
- Mark the tweet as a favorite.
- View the Twitter profile of the tweet author.
- Follow the tweet author.
- View tweet replies by clicking the tweet date.
You’re likely on Twitter. But are you connecting with the right people? Do you want to build a quality Twitter following? If so, keep reading.
In this post we will explore sometimes obvious, yet seldom implemented, techniques of building a following on Twitter as well as few methodologies you may have not considered but should find quite useful.
Let’s get started.
#1: Look for people you already know
The answer is BOTH! Having hundreds of thousands of followers must be nice. But we all know that the depth of the relationships you maintain with your tweeple is paramount.
This article will reveal five great Twitter tools that will help you find and engage with quality Twitter followers.
Twitter is a great platform and it truly rocks for person-to-person networking. But what if you want to grow your network or find more people to connect with offline? This is where Twitter events can be very useful.
Twitter events allow you to network at specific times with larger groups of people through the use of hashtags.
Twitter events can help you find people to build your own Twitter network. And as you participate in these events, you will increase your Twitter authority on the topics you discuss. You can even create your own Twitter events to drive your networking and social media marketing.