Don’t ask for client reviews once. Ask many times in many different ways! You can’t tell when a client will have the time and the focus to do a review. So ask often and make it easy! Here is a good example. Event Espresso is a plug-in for WordPress to organize events and ticket sales. They did a 7 day series of email lessons. At the bottom of #7, they inserted a link to their Twitter profile. They asked for a tweet. This is an easy type of review request. I didn’t have to think of what to write, look up their Twitter ID. Nothing like that! Click on the link and share the word.
Twitter can be a great platform for your business depending who your target audience is. Like any other marketing effort, you want to measure your results. This article from Social Media Examiner gives you instructions and links to good tools.
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This synopsis of a new book just released is worth a read. How do we stop the bad users of the Internet without becoming Big Brother or full-time censors?
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“We researched what hours of the day your post will be seen by the fewest number of people and collected them all into this infographic. Beware.”
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“I don’t understand Twitter or how to use it!” We’ve all heard this comment and I will agree that Twitter takes some creative thinking for a lot of businesses. The crucial point, however, is that you can’t ignore it. This study demonstrates that it does have value and can be beneficial. Take a look at the study results in an easy to read infographic.
Here is an article recapping the changes going on at Twitter. If you would like assistance changing your cover or profile photos, call Your Computer Lady. We can handle your other Twitter questions too!
Twitter is growing into a better tool for small businesses. Check your target market demographics and see if they are at Twitter. If they are, you need to jump in!
We’ve been using photos on Facebook for a long time and have seen a strong preference for posts with photos. Now Twitter is allowing more usage of photos! And this study indicates that photos help you a lot!
Tweeting isn’t for every business but look over these ideas to see if you can spot a use for your company. 883 million people can’t all be wrong about this social media platform!
Good article about how to write your Twitter bio. Love the part about “no typos.” Really? We have to be told not to have typos in public information about us?