Using Twitter For Business

   Business Tools:Twitter Search, Blog Post,
                 Promotions and Mentoring.
What Is Twitter?
Twitter is ‘a free social networking and micro-blogging
 service that enables its users to send and read ...
Quick Facts
    Text-based posts of up

    to 140 characters
        you can nominate to
    
        ‘follow’ people (...
Twitter Platforms
    Twitter is available via:

        web
    
        SMS
    
        instant messaging
    



 ...
Business Uses
    Twitter Search

    Blog Post Tweets

    Promote Specials

    Mentors / Networking





          ...
Business Use: Twitter Search
    Twitter has a really

    powerful search
    applicationhttp://search.tw
    itter.com/...
Blog Post Tweets:
    If your small business has a blog Twitter is a great

    way to inform your followers about new po...
Promote Specials:
    If I’m following a business on Twitter there is a good

    chance that I’m interested in specials ...
Mentoring/Networking:
    Search for and follow the

    experts, authors and trade
    publications in your
    industry...
Follow Me:
    http://twitter.com/sladesherman





                                      By:www.sladesherman.com
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Twitter for Business

  1. 1. Using Twitter For Business Business Tools:Twitter Search, Blog Post, Promotions and Mentoring.
  2. 2. What Is Twitter? Twitter is ‘a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read other users' updates known as ‘tweets’. By:www.sladesherman.com
  3. 3. Quick Facts Text-based posts of up  to 140 characters you can nominate to  ‘follow’ people (following) people can nominate to  ‘follow’ you (followers) Personal profile options  By:www.sladesherman.com
  4. 4. Twitter Platforms Twitter is available via:  web  SMS  instant messaging  Powerful cross platform  functionality and the ability to update on: iPhone  Blackberry  mobile  By:www.sladesherman.com
  5. 5. Business Uses Twitter Search  Blog Post Tweets  Promote Specials  Mentors / Networking  By:www.sladesherman.com
  6. 6. Business Use: Twitter Search Twitter has a really  powerful search applicationhttp://search.tw itter.com/that allows you to search for people or topics in real time. This provides a useful tool to listen to your customers, prospects or target demographic. Use Twitter Search by  typing in your business name and see if anyone is commenting on you, or search for your products by name to identify opportunities around those products. By:www.sladesherman.com
  7. 7. Blog Post Tweets: If your small business has a blog Twitter is a great  way to inform your followers about new posts. Using relevant keywords in your Twitter post will  result in people searching Twitter potentially following you and getting to know you and your business. By:www.sladesherman.com
  8. 8. Promote Specials: If I’m following a business on Twitter there is a good  chance that I’m interested in specials they are promoting. Catalogue specials and promotions that you update  on your site could be the subject of your Tweets. By:www.sladesherman.com
  9. 9. Mentoring/Networking: Search for and follow the  experts, authors and trade publications in your industry. Most will have a Twitter page by now, and by following them you can be the first to find out about new innovations or trends. This can be more valuable  than ‘reader feeds’ because the expert you are following will tweet their articles as well as 3rd party articles or information that appeals to them. By:www.sladesherman.com
  10. 10. Follow Me: http://twitter.com/sladesherman  By:www.sladesherman.com

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