Have you thought about leveraging your personal social media profiles?
Optimizing your personal profiles to highlight your business is a great way to raise awareness.
In this article you’ll discover how to use your personal LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook profiles to promote your business.
Have you thought about applying SEO tactics to your Twitter marketing?
With a few simple techniques, you can increase the chances that your Twitter account shows up in both Twitter and Google search.
In this article you’ll discover how to improve the visibility of your Twitter account with SEO.
Does your business participate in Twitter chats?
While it may be more challenging for businesses to participate in chats from behind a logo, it can be done.
In this article I’ll explain how to engage in Twitter chats as your business, so you can grow your network.
Want to discover how to engage more users on Twitter?
Have you considered using psychology techniques?
Using some psychology tips in your tweets can make your Twitter feed more interesting and your followers will be more likely to engage with you.
In this article I’ll share six psychology tips you can use to create tweets that’ll engage your audience.
Have you used Twitter to find qualified leads?
Does the idea of finding new customers on Twitter peak your curiosity?
Many businesses don’t know how to cut through the clutter and find the people they’re looking for on Twitter.
In this article you’ll discover five ways to find leads and customers, engage with them and drive them to your products.
#1: Search Keywords and Hashtags
Twitter has over 600 million users around the world, so it’s a good bet most of your target audience is on the platform. Are you taking advantage of that by actively looking for and talking with them?
If not, start by making a list of keywords and hashtags related to your business name, your product names and even your competitors and their products. Use that list to conduct a simple search on Twitter.
Sift through the search results to find and follow prospects you think are interested in your business and products. Engage with them by retweeting their content and using @mentions to connect personally.
Do you want a better way to find quality prospects and increase your Twitter ROI?
Twitter is a key social media tool that gives you access to a targeted audience and relevant conversations, but first you have to cut through the noise.
In this article I’ll detail three steps for using Twitter hashtags to their full potential. Get ready to find useful conversations that connect you with ideal prospects.
Why Use Hashtags as a Prospecting Tool?
Twitter is noisy.
As a social media marketer, you know how important it is to have conversations with the right audience. But finding the right people and starting those meaningful conversations on Twitter is, shall we say, challenging when there are around 9,100 tweets sent every second.
So how can you find what you’re looking for without monitoring Twitter 24/7? Make the most of hashtags. They help you filter Twitter conversations so you can find discussions you can add to.
Are you using hashtags in your social media campaigns?
Do you want to find tools to help manage your hashtags?
The right tools can help you launch, track and analyze hashtags across social networks.
In this article, you’ll discover five tools that make it easy to track hashtags and their related conversations.
Why Use a Hashtag?
Hashtags make it easier for people to find and follow discussions about brands, events and promotions. They also let brands track the performance of promotions across social media.
Hashtags can determine how easily you can target and track a campaign. You’ve probably seen many businesses use generic hashtags like #food or #chocolate. While these will get your update into a large conversation, using such broad hashtags is wasting your time.
Can you imagine how many posts (tweets or otherwise) contain #chocolate every minute? Managing the hashtag would be a nightmare. You’d spend weeks sorting through every instance of the hashtag to determine which mentions apply to you.
It’s worth the effort (and your sanity) to come up with a unique hashtag that fits with your particular campaign.
A good example is Subway’s #januANY campaign. Their hashtag has two key components: it’s distinctive enough to track easily and it’s simple for fans to remember.
Are you trying to reach a wider audience and generate leads?
Twitter chats are a great way to boost your marketing results.
In this article you’ll discover six ways Twitter chats can help you connect with a larger audience and enhance brand awareness.
Why Twitter Chats?
Most marketers use Twitter to promote content, build brand awareness and interact with followers. Overall, it works pretty well. But what if you could turbo-charge those efforts?
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.
More About This Show
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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