Do you want more followers on Twitter? Right now, there is a bit of a controversy whether more followers = better on Twitter. When you get a lot of followers it is probably true that a few hundred followers might be just as effective for you as a few thousand. But, many of the people who read this blog are just starting to use Twitter and need to build a critical mass to start with. Just make sure that you keep your following small enough so that you can pay attention and interact with them rather than just having them scroll through your Twitter feed.
I often teach people who to create social media profiles on a specific networks — but did you know that a lot of the “rules” apply to all of the networks. As a matter of fact, you can really boost your visibility and personal brand by being consistent and following these 10 rules.
When people get started with social media – they tend to start with Facebook. Twitter seems to be a lot of work for little return. Business owners complain that they don’t have time to keep up with Twitter in real time. Depending on your business model, Twitter can be a great way to reach out and communicate with your customers.
Here are eight ways that being on Twitter can help your business.
One thing that you can do to make sure that you are being authentic with your audience, is to periodically read your past posts and make sure that as a group they accurately represent who you are.
Want to meet me for a delicious lunch and a full day of business-changing social media content on Saturday? Seats are filling quickly, but I still have room for you at my Take Action Get Profits Fast Start this Saturday, October 15 in Houston. The event runs from 9am to 4pm and includes lunch at the fabulous Uptown Tasting Room.
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