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Getting through the noise on Twitter can be tough, and generating real business value from it can be even more difficult! That's why we partnered up with Twitter to give you an exclusive webinar to ...

Getting through the noise on Twitter can be tough, and generating real business value from it can be even more difficult! That's why we partnered up with Twitter to give you an exclusive webinar to cover how you can see success in under 25 minutes a day. View the recorded webinar here: http://offers.hubspot.com/generate-leads-on-twitter-webinar

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  • Lead <br /> Lead Generation <br /> Direct response <br /> Lead tracking <br /> Why is it important?
  • Sales needs leads! <br /> Twitter is a great place to attract leads and fill the top of your funnel. HubSpot uses twitter both for organic lead generation and paid lead generation.
  • [Kipp]  Tip 1 --”Content Strategy to Support your Twitter Strategy”
  • [Kipp]   <br /> Create an optimized tweet for lead generation.
  • An optimized tweet has cathy copy to attract more eyeballs initially, and a strong CTA. It also has only one clickable item, to avoid actions other than the lead generation link in the tweet.
  • After analyzing data earlier, take what you learned and make adjustment to campaigns. This could be as simply as adjusting the time of day a campaign is running, to as expensive as completely cutting all promoted tweets and putting all time and effort into lead generation cards. Hey, if the data suggests they are doing the best, you would be silly not to!
  • After analyzing data earlier, take what you learned and make adjustment to campaigns. This could be as simply as adjusting the time of day a campaign is running, to as expensive as completely cutting all promoted tweets and putting all time and effort into lead generation cards. Hey, if the data suggests they are doing the best, you would be silly not to!
  • After analyzing data earlier, take what you learned and make adjustment to campaigns. This could be as simply as adjusting the time of day a campaign is running, to as expensive as completely cutting all promoted tweets and putting all time and effort into lead generation cards. Hey, if the data suggests they are doing the best, you would be silly not to!
  • After analyzing data earlier, take what you learned and make adjustment to campaigns. This could be as simply as adjusting the time of day a campaign is running, to as expensive as completely cutting all promoted tweets and putting all time and effort into lead generation cards. Hey, if the data suggests they are doing the best, you would be silly not to!
  • Blue – high converting topics <br /> Red – low converting topics, but high volume of leads, not from current month. <br /> <br /> % are relative, as we are only looking at half the customers.
  • Blue – high converting topics <br /> Red – low converting topics, but high volume of leads, not from current month. <br /> <br /> % are relative, as we are only looking at half the customers.
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How to Generate Leads on Twitter in 25 Minutes a Day Presentation Transcript

  • 1. #Twitter25 Live Webinar: How to Generate Leads on Twitter in 25 Minutes a Day
  • 2. #Twitter25 Meet Your Experts Anne Mercogliano @akmercog Kipp Bodnar @KippBodnar
  • 3. #Twitter25 1. Lead Generation 2. Divide up your 25 minutes a day 3. Inspiring examples Agenda
  • 4. #Twitter25 Overview of Lead Generation
  • 5. #Twitter25 WHAT IS LEAD GENERATION?
  • 6. #Twitter25 HOW DO YOU ATTRACT LEADS?
  • 7. #Twitter25 How to Divide Up Your 25 Minutes.
  • 8. #Twitter25 Create An Awesome Tweet. Minutes 0-5
  • 9. #Twitter25 OPTIMIZE YOUR TWEET FOR LEAD GENERATION t 0-5
  • 10. #Twitter25 CREATING AN AWESOME TWEETt 0-5 Short Tweet CTA One Link Catchy Copy 3 3 3 3 GOOD:
  • 11. #Twitter25 BAD (for lead generation): Hashtag & Mentions Image Multiple LinksX X X CREATING AN AWESOME TWEET 0-5 t
  • 12. #Twitter25 Take Your Tweet to the Next Level, Promote it. Minutes 5-8
  • 13. #Twitter25 YOUR AUDIENCE IS ON TWITTERt 5-8
  • 14. #Twitter25 5-8 t TARGET YOUR AUDIENCE W/ CONTENT
  • 15. #Twitter25 Generate leads directly on Twitter with a lead gen card. Minutes 8-12
  • 16. #Twitter25 1.Description 1.Image 1.Call to action 8-12 t SET UP A LEAD GEN CARD
  • 17. #Twitter25 CARD BEST PRACTICESt 8-12
  • 18. #Twitter25 t 8-12 CARD BEST PRACTICES
  • 19. #Twitter25 t 8-12 CARD BEST PRACTICES
  • 20. #Twitter25 Try out Conversion Tracking on Tweets. Minutes 12-15
  • 21. #Twitter25 12-15 t SET UP CONVERSION TRACKING
  • 22. #Twitter25 12-15 t SET UP CONVERSION TRACKING
  • 23. #Twitter25 12-15 t SET UP CONVERSION TRACKING
  • 24. #Twitter25 Analyze Your Campaigns. Minutes 15-20
  • 25. #Twitter25 Campaign data Conversion data Card data Tweet data 15-20 t ANALYZE TWITTER DATA
  • 26. #Twitter25 Campaign data Conversion data Card data Tweet data 15-20 t ANALYZE TWITTER DATA
  • 27. #Twitter25 Campaign data Conversion data Card data Tweet data 15-20 t ANALYZE TWITTER DATA
  • 28. #Twitter25 Campaign data Conversion data Card data Tweet data 15-20 t ANALYZE TWITTER DATA
  • 29. #Twitter25 TRACK LEADS & CUSTOMERSt 15-20 Funnel Analytics by Tweet campaign
  • 30. #Twitter25 Optimize campaigns and follow up. Minutes 20-25
  • 31. #Twitter25 20-25 t OPTIMIZATION Start Slow
  • 32. #Twitter25 20-25 t OPTIMIZATION Start Slow Make small tweaks
  • 33. #Twitter25 20-25 t MAKE SMALL TWEAKS
  • 34. #Twitter25 20-25 t OPTIMIZATION Start Slow Make small tweaks Scale Up
  • 35. #Twitter25 20-25 t FOLLOW UP WITH LEADS
  • 36. #Twitter25 20-25 t FOLLOW UP WITH LEADS SOCIALLY
  • 37. #Twitter25 *BONUS* Get Inspired!
  • 38. #Twitter25
  • 39. #Twitter25
  • 40. #Twitter25 Thank you!
  • 41. #Twitter25 Q&A #Twitter25 @KippBodnar @Akmercog @AmandaSibley
  • 42. #Twitter25 Thank you to all our influencers who gave us tips for our pre-webinar! If you have one of your own, Tweet it now using #Twitter25
  • 43. #Twitter25 “Stop using Twitter randomly. Follow and interact with your prospects and customers.” @pc4media
  • 44. #Twitter25 “Make it funny.” @pelonxiio
  • 45. #Twitter25 “Know your style. Make it your substance.” @ell_enn
  • 46. #Twitter25 “Focus first on providing service and building community.” @writer_sheri
  • 47. #Twitter25 “Interaction is key! Sometimes it's hard just to find 5 or 10 minutes in the day to tweet, but it's worth the effort. I find the more time I make to interact with people the more followers I gain. Using hashtags that relate to what you're posting also helps.” @Absoloot
  • 48. #Twitter25 “Ask questions. Tweets that ask questions get a higher rate of engagement.” @CoreyMichelle
  • 49. #Twitter25 “Be mindful of what you tweet/retweet. Don't use too many #hashtags. Your social media should tell a cohesive story.” @Philo4Thought
  • 50. #Twitter25 “If you are featured in a news item or press, because to thank and call out the journalist or publication rather than yourself. E.g. "Had so much fun talking to @journalistshandle about #industrystuff last week! link-to- article.com.” @Mdwainwright
  • 51. #Twitter25 “Share relevant knowledge that will evince interest. Don't market products directly.” @Debleena
  • 52. #Twitter25 “Be real.” @Stevecars
  • 53. #Twitter25 “Before considering inventing a hashtag, research if there's a similar one. It may already carry a trending topic status or have the potential of being one.” @Jaydj
  • 54. #Twitter25 “If you want to be an authority on Twitter you have to understand what your community needs, why they need it and when you deliver provide massive value.” @BrandonKrieger
  • 55. #Twitter25 “Add hashtags in social sharing links on landing pages using HubSpot.” @btrandolph
  • 56. #Twitter25 Always engage in conversations with others! It could be as simple as tweeting doing your favorite sporting event or TV show using their hashtag. @stand_out_style
  • 57. #Twitter25 Focus on giving information that people doing business with me would benefit from. Interact with like-minded tweeters. @Utahbizdev
  • 58. #Twitter25 When drafting a tweet, think of a purpose: selling a product, raising awareness or generate attendance. @at_lotus
  • 59. #Twitter25 During event registration, ask for attendees Twitter handle, and then interact with them during the event. @hanspetermeyer
  • 60. #Twitter25 Tweet 24/7 without being online 24/7. Be visible at all times and get more followers. Use a scheduling tool like social inbox to schedule Tweets 24/7. @Shannopop