I have a real soft spot for Twitter. It’s not just that you can launch any random thought that races through your brain into Twitter’s atmosphere. It’s that your Tweets will start conversations. And in my experience, conversations lead to sarcastic comments, dark humor and some “shots fired” situations. To become more relevant on social […]
Category: Twitter Marketing
Twitter is a place where people can get fast updates, away from the usual noise of social media.
All it takes is a single tweet to cause a brand its reputation on Twitter.
Every time Justin Bieber tweets, his posts reach 103 million Beliebers. On Twitter, he’s the second person, after Katy Perry, to reach the hundred million mark.
Perhaps the best thing about social media is that it makes it easier for you to get to know your target market by observing their social media habits. There’s an incredible amount of information being shared on social media, and you can make use of it to improve your methods and conversion rates.
As useful as this it is for spreading information quickly, Twitter has also evolved to develop other more complex functions, one of which is the Twitter Card. If you aren’t using them already, it’s time to consider how they can improve your engagement and relevance on this platform.
Twitter is bursting at the seams with valuable marketing information you can’t easily get elsewhere. If you’re creative enough, you can get a lot of use out of Twitter without spending a ridiculous sum of money on ad spend.
If you’re a brand owner or a marketer, Twitter can help you achieve your marketing goals through the immense amount of engagement it can deliver. One of the best ways you can drive engagement and attention to your Twitter profile is by running a contest. Twitter contests are highly rewarding and can easily be managed even by smaller, up-and-coming brands.
President Donald Trump’s Twitter obsession has long been the subject of many a discussion and hilarious meme online. His tweets have the power to get people to come together in support of his position, make people cringe in embarrassment, or click their tongues in disapproval. Somehow, whether his tweets are agreeable or not, people pay […]
Twitter recently announced that they’ve replaced the beloved Moments tab with a more sophisticated and comprehensive Explore tab. It’s designed to help users cut through the noise of their feed to find the posts that are most relevant to them. The Explore tab is a hodgepodge of all the other search features Twitter had in […]