Twitter for Business<br />Who, What, When, and How’s<br />
Tweet – A message or status update on Twitter.<br />DM – Direct mention or ‘Private Message’<br />Mention – a @BrentRangen...
Why is Twitter important? <br />How do I get started? (Profile Customization)<br />Who is on Twitter? (Learning how to Sea...
Creating the Background<br />Matching Color Scheme<br />BioParagraphs<br />Profile Pic<br />Customizing the Profile<br />
How Can You Find Me? <br />Twitter users now send more than 140 million Tweets a day which adds up to a billion Tweets eve...
Twitter is growing extremely fast. <br />A lot of spam, a lot of potential customers. <br />Knowing where to look is the k...
Help! Help!! Help!!!<br />How Can You Find Me? <br />
Search by location. <br />Search through words prefixed by ‘#’ (#Minnesota).<br />Search for Authority Profiles (@StarTrib...
Get Creative!<br />
Build lists. <br />Don’t rely on your home stream or timeline. <br />Provide users with authority content in a timely fash...
<ul><li>Twitter definitions: RT’s, @Mentions, DM’s, and
Work on identifying and connecting with authority profiles specific to your industry or region.
Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, Seesmic – Mobile apps are a great way to make Tweeting easier!</li></ul>Summary<br />
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Learn the basics of setting up a business page.

Learn how to reach people on Twitter.

Learn how to grow your following on Twitter.

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  • Ability to reach a user at any point of time of the shopping process. 2) Ability to reach users as they arrive at a geographic destination (lake, diner, etc.)3) Who is on Twitter? Nasa’s Astronauts, Twins &amp; Vikings players on their way to the game, news sources.. As news is released it goes to twitter &amp; most importantly is your audience!
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  • Lists allow you to become an authority on your industry, region, and help you see only users you want to see.
  • Twitter for Business Slideshow - Awesome!

    1. 1. Twitter for Business<br />Who, What, When, and How’s<br />
    2. 2. Tweet – A message or status update on Twitter.<br />DM – Direct mention or ‘Private Message’<br />Mention – a @BrentRangen or ‘@YourName’<br />Retweet – Sharing someone elses tweet, or ‘RT’ <br />Vocabulary<br />
    3. 3. Why is Twitter important? <br />How do I get started? (Profile Customization)<br />Who is on Twitter? (Learning how to Search)<br />Takeaways – Image, Fans, and Rep. <br />Introduction<br />
    4. 4. Creating the Background<br />Matching Color Scheme<br />BioParagraphs<br />Profile Pic<br />Customizing the Profile<br />
    5. 5.
    6. 6.
    7. 7. How Can You Find Me? <br />Twitter users now send more than 140 million Tweets a day which adds up to a billion Tweets every 8 days—by comparison, it took 3 years, 2 months, and 1 day to reach the first billion Tweets. While it took about 18 months to sign up the first 500,000 accounts, we now see close to 500,000 accounts created every day<br />
    8. 8. Twitter is growing extremely fast. <br />A lot of spam, a lot of potential customers. <br />Knowing where to look is the key. <br />Reaching Your Market<br />
    9. 9. Help! Help!! Help!!!<br />How Can You Find Me? <br />
    10. 10. Search by location. <br />Search through words prefixed by ‘#’ (#Minnesota).<br />Search for Authority Profiles (@StarTrib, @NewsStation, @IndustryCompetitor) followers. <br />Reaching Your Market<br />
    11. 11. Get Creative!<br />
    12. 12. Build lists. <br />Don’t rely on your home stream or timeline. <br />Provide users with authority content in a timely fashion. <br />A good Twitter user has a stream broken up by Retweets, @Mentions, and Resources. <br />How to Grow Your Audience<br />
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    14. 14. <ul><li>Twitter definitions: RT’s, @Mentions, DM’s, and
    15. 15. Work on identifying and connecting with authority profiles specific to your industry or region.
    16. 16. Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, Seesmic – Mobile apps are a great way to make Tweeting easier!</li></ul>Summary<br />
    17. 17. Twitter for Small Business Guides<br />Hootsuite University<br />Social Media Podcasts<br />SocialMediaExaminer.com<br />More information<br />
    18. 18. Twitter for Small Biz<br />Twitter.com/BrentRangen<br />OptimizeGuyz.com<br />218-833-2SEO<br />brent@optimizeguyz.com<br />

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