By Michele Scism,
The Results Lady
Are you using Twitter search to its fullest potential. I found this great video from my friends at Commoncraft.com about the keys to using Twitter search.
Check it out below!
I love how Lee Lefever from CommonCraft explains things in plain english. Lee says that Twitter is like having a big street sign that shows you what people are thinking. Those people could be your clients or prospects.
Think about how much money big companies spend to do research to find out what people are thinking. Lee says with the way that Twitter easily organizes all the tweets “you can learn what's on the minds of millions on Twitter.” And I can see Adam Sandler saying this in any one of his movies – “For Freeeeeeee”
Thank you for the post Michele. Very good video. I don’t know why I haven’t used the Twitter search function more but I’m going to use it now! If you were looking for people interested in learning more about baseball hitting what would you look for?
Hey Jeff – Well I would start by searching your keywords but then I would go a little more generic. You probably search baseball batting or baseball hitting but baseball tips might still bring up things you could use. You might be able to find good video under different players names and maybe you could talk about their batting stance or something.
Hey I was thinking about your blog yesterday – I am in San Francisco and I eat at Lefty O’Dooles – a baseball sports bar.
Thanks for taking the blog challenge, Michele
Oh! I see now. For some reason I got the idea that using Twitter search was a good way to find potential clients to follow. That’s what I’m having a hard time doing right now. Good ideas though about finding different players and talking about them. I’ll keep that in mind. Thanks!
Thank you for hosting the blog challenge. I’m excited about meeting new people and helping others.