Getting Started WithTwitter AdvertisingTed Prodromouwww.tedprodromou.com
Welcome
Welcome Housekeeping Ask your questions in the Questions box during thepresentation I’ll answer all questions after the...
What You’ll Learn Today Why Twitter Advertising Promoted Tweets Promoted Accounts Targeting Promoted Trends Lead Gen...
Why Twitter Advertising? Twitter has over 200 million active users An active user is considered a user who logs in at le...
Promoted Tweets
Promoted Tweets Promoted Tweets are just normal Tweets that arefeatured at the top of Twitter Search results Lets you re...
Where Do Promoted Tweets Appear? At the top of relevant search results pages on twitter.com In Search Results for a Prom...
When Do Promoted TweetsAppear? A Promoted Tweet will appear in a user’s timeline only ifthe Tweet is likely to be interes...
How Often Will They Appear? Twitter is focused on providing a great user experience. As aresult, Twitter is being very co...
Dismissing Promoted Tweets If for some reason you don’t like a Promoted Tweet, youcan dismiss it I’m not sure why this o...
Promoted Tweet Example Twitter Search for New York
Promoting a Case Study
Building an Email List Treat the Tweet like the headline of your sales letter toengage the viewer Redirect them to a lan...
My Landing Page
Setting up Promoted Tweets Log into your Twitter account at www.twitter.com andselect Twitter Ads
Next Sign Into Twitter Ads
Click on Create Campaign ThenPromote your Tweets
Choose Target by Keywords orTarget by Interest
Target by Keywords
Enter Keywords or Import YourKeyword List
Who is Your Target Audience?
Import Locations
Select your Device and GenderTargeting
Select Tweets to Promote
Promoted Tweets - Target byInterest
Who is Your Target Audience?
Add @usernames or users likeyour followers
Or Import a list of users Notice @usernames will be verified
Add Interest Categories
Or Browse Categories Notice the detailed categories and subcatgories
Select your Device and GenderTargeting
Select Tweets to Promote
Increase Engagement In a recent test by Search Engine Watch A photo in a tweet vs. no photo in a tweet experimentreveale...
Promoted Tweets OptimizationTips The best Promoted Tweets are just like the organicTweets you find yourself drawn to every...
Optimization Tip - Low ImpressionVolume Make your Tweets as engaging as possible. Ongoing engagement rate is a factor in...
Optimization Tip – ImproveEngagement Improve your Tweet copy Keep in mind that the most engaging tweets are:timely, witt...
Promoted Accounts
Promoted Accounts Promoted Accounts are displayed in the Who To Followsection Helps you expand your Follower base with t...
How Do Promoted Accounts Work? Promoted Accounts are suggested based on a user’s public listof whom they follow. When an...
Promoted Account Campaigns Select New Campaign from your Twitter Account Select Promote your Account
Who Do You Want to Follow YouBack?
Enter @usernames Search for @usernames or import a list of @usernames Notice you can Include users like my followers whe...
Add Interest Categories
Or Browse Categories Notice the detailed categories and subcatgories
Who is Your Target Audience? Location targeting works exactly as the PromotedTweets campaign Notice there is Gender targ...
Import Locations
Promoted Trends
Promoted Trends You must contact Twitter to run Promoted Trendscampaigns. They begin at $25,000 for 24 hoursdepending on ...
Lead Generation Cards
Lead Generation Cards Just released this week Lead Generation Cards help advertisers highlight specific offers,products,...
4 Step Process Set up CRM endpoint integration Create a Card Create content for the Card Configure technical settings
CRM Integration Salesforce Mailchimp Acton Constant Contact Eloqua Exact Target Hubspot Infusionsoft Marketo Opt...
Accessing Twitter Cards
Creating Your First Card
Choosing Your Card
Populate Your Card
Add Embed Code to Your Site
Enter URL
Campaign Management
Campaign Management
My First Campaign
Definitions Clicks: Those made anywhere on the tweet, including anyhashtags, links, avatar, username, or tweet expansion....
Analytics – Timeline Activity
Analytics - Followers
Analytics – Add Website
What You Learned Today Why Twitter Advertising Promoted Tweets Promoted Accounts Targeting Promoted Trends Lead Gene...
What’s Next? Twitter is evolving faster than ever with new featuresand advertising options Download a free chapter of Ul...
Q &Awww.tedprodromou.cominfo@tedprodromou.com
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  • Getting started with twitter advertising

    1. 1. Getting Started WithTwitter AdvertisingTed Prodromouwww.tedprodromou.com
    2. 2. Welcome
    3. 3. Welcome Housekeeping Ask your questions in the Questions box during thepresentation I’ll answer all questions after the main presentation
    4. 4. What You’ll Learn Today Why Twitter Advertising Promoted Tweets Promoted Accounts Targeting Promoted Trends Lead Generation cards Campaign Management Analytics
    5. 5. Why Twitter Advertising? Twitter has over 200 million active users An active user is considered a user who logs in at leastonce a month There are over 400 million Tweets EVERY day Twitter is where breaking news is reported first so thesubject of most Tweets is very current The age of Twitter users is more diverse than othersocial networks. The majority of Twitter users arebetween 18 and 54 and more younger people are joiningTwitter than any other social network
    6. 6. Promoted Tweets
    7. 7. Promoted Tweets Promoted Tweets are just normal Tweets that arefeatured at the top of Twitter Search results Lets you reach a wider audience who currently don’tfollow you or to spark engagement from your existingfollowers Promoted Tweets are clearly labeled as Promoted Promoted Tweets act just like regular Tweets and can beretweeted, replied to or favorited
    8. 8. Where Do Promoted Tweets Appear? At the top of relevant search results pages on twitter.com In Search Results for a Promoted Trend You may see a Promoted Tweet in your Home Timeline if that Tweet isrelevant to you or your profile Brands or partners with enhanced profile pages may choose to pin aPromoted Tweet to the top of their timelines. Enhanced profile pages areonly available to larger companies at this time. Promoted Tweets can appear on official Twitter clients likeTweetDeck, Twitter for iPhone, Twitter for Android Promoted Tweets can also appear on Third-party Twitter clients likeHootSuite
    9. 9. When Do Promoted TweetsAppear? A Promoted Tweet will appear in a user’s timeline only ifthe Tweet is likely to be interesting and relevant to thatuser based on a proprietary Twitter algorithm The Twitter algorithm uses a variety of signals todetermine which Promoted Tweets are relevant tousers, including what a user chooses to follow, how theyinteract with a Tweet, what they retweet, and manymore factors
    10. 10. How Often Will They Appear? Twitter is focused on providing a great user experience. As aresult, Twitter is being very conservative about the number ofPromoted Tweets that people see in a single day. Any Promoted Tweet you see in your timeline will appear justonce, at or near the top of their timeline. After the initialimpression, the Promoted Tweet will scroll through yourtimeline like any other Tweet. Once you have seen a Promoted Tweet in your timeline, youwill never see that Promoted Tweet again. This means you have only one chance to catch a viewersattention so your Promoted Tweet has to be well thought out.
    11. 11. Dismissing Promoted Tweets If for some reason you don’t like a Promoted Tweet, youcan dismiss it I’m not sure why this option exists since you will onlysee a Promoted Tweet once so I’m sure there is aninteresting story behind this feature
    12. 12. Promoted Tweet Example Twitter Search for New York
    13. 13. Promoting a Case Study
    14. 14. Building an Email List Treat the Tweet like the headline of your sales letter toengage the viewer Redirect them to a landing page where they can opt inand download a report or whitepaper
    15. 15. My Landing Page
    16. 16. Setting up Promoted Tweets Log into your Twitter account at www.twitter.com andselect Twitter Ads
    17. 17. Next Sign Into Twitter Ads
    18. 18. Click on Create Campaign ThenPromote your Tweets
    19. 19. Choose Target by Keywords orTarget by Interest
    20. 20. Target by Keywords
    21. 21. Enter Keywords or Import YourKeyword List
    22. 22. Who is Your Target Audience?
    23. 23. Import Locations
    24. 24. Select your Device and GenderTargeting
    25. 25. Select Tweets to Promote
    26. 26. Promoted Tweets - Target byInterest
    27. 27. Who is Your Target Audience?
    28. 28. Add @usernames or users likeyour followers
    29. 29. Or Import a list of users Notice @usernames will be verified
    30. 30. Add Interest Categories
    31. 31. Or Browse Categories Notice the detailed categories and subcatgories
    32. 32. Select your Device and GenderTargeting
    33. 33. Select Tweets to Promote
    34. 34. Increase Engagement In a recent test by Search Engine Watch A photo in a tweet vs. no photo in a tweet experimentrevealed that a linked photo results in 120 percent increasein engagement and 350 percent increase in clicks for atweet Retweets, replies and favorites arent affected by tweetwith a photo link vs. a tweet without a photo link. Visits toa site from a tweet with a photo link vs. a tweet without aphoto link are the same even though a tweet with a photospends twice as many advertising dollars.
    35. 35. Promoted Tweets OptimizationTips The best Promoted Tweets are just like the organicTweets you find yourself drawn to every day. They are: Insightful - Users come to Twitter to learn somethingnew, and get the inside scoop. Do your Tweets accomplishthis? Exclusive - Exclusive content drives high engagementrates. Does your campaign offer special value to Twitterusers? Conversational - The best Promoted content avoids‘adspeak’ and is rich in shareable insights and content. Doyour Tweets sound like they were written by someone whogenuinely loves using Twitter to interact with others?
    36. 36. Optimization Tip - Low ImpressionVolume Make your Tweets as engaging as possible. Ongoing engagement rate is a factor in which tweets compete in and win auctions. Twitterrewards engaging content over advertisers who are noisy or have deep pockets. Remember that exclusive content drives engagement rates - so make your offering a special one. Maintain fresh Tweets Tweets typically lose momentum after they’ve been circulating for 1-2 days. Update your PromotedTweets frequently to maintain visibility and a steady stream of engaged users. If you are promotingTweets to your followers, be sure to add fresh Tweets every day to minimize user fatigue. Use relevant keywords or interests For Promoted Tweets in search, be sure to include any important keywords and hashtags in boththe Tweet copy and the keyword list to maximize relevance. Head terms will drive the bulk of your volume, and you should be sure to increase your bidaccordingly when targeting general keywords. For Promoted Tweets in timelines, be sure to includeany important interests to maximize relevance. Have a competitive CPE bid Remember that the bid you specify is your maximum bid, not necessarily the price you willpay per engagement.
    37. 37. Optimization Tip – ImproveEngagement Improve your Tweet copy Keep in mind that the most engaging tweets are:timely, witty, relevant, informative & platform-specific. Besure to take advantage of popular #hashtags, in-stream videoand photos, and trending topics. Bid on long-tail criteria Selecting highly-relevant and specific keywords or interestswill drive higher engagement by targeting those mostinterested in your brand. Optimize based on your analytics Tweet analytics, available in the Promoted Tweetsdashboard, clearly demonstrate which Tweet copy is mostengaging for a given a set of keywords. Identify your top-performing Tweets and apply their successful elements tofuture content.
    38. 38. Promoted Accounts
    39. 39. Promoted Accounts Promoted Accounts are displayed in the Who To Followsection Helps you expand your Follower base with targetedFollowers suggested by Twitter
    40. 40. How Do Promoted Accounts Work? Promoted Accounts are suggested based on a user’s public listof whom they follow. When an advertiser promotes an account, Twitter’s algorithmlooks at that account’s followers and determines otheraccounts that those users tend to follow. If a user follows some of those accounts, but not theadvertiser’s account, then Twitter may recommend theadvertiser’s Promoted Account to that user. For example, a lot of people who follow several education-related accounts also follow @teachforamerica. If someonefollows education-related accounts, but not@teachforamerica, Twitter may recommend@teachforamerica to that user.
    41. 41. Promoted Account Campaigns Select New Campaign from your Twitter Account Select Promote your Account
    42. 42. Who Do You Want to Follow YouBack?
    43. 43. Enter @usernames Search for @usernames or import a list of @usernames Notice you can Include users like my followers when yousearch for @usernames The import works exactly the same way as PromotedTweet campaigns
    44. 44. Add Interest Categories
    45. 45. Or Browse Categories Notice the detailed categories and subcatgories
    46. 46. Who is Your Target Audience? Location targeting works exactly as the PromotedTweets campaign Notice there is Gender targeting but not Devicetargeting as we saw in Promoted Tweets
    47. 47. Import Locations
    48. 48. Promoted Trends
    49. 49. Promoted Trends You must contact Twitter to run Promoted Trendscampaigns. They begin at $25,000 for 24 hoursdepending on the popularity of the keyword
    50. 50. Lead Generation Cards
    51. 51. Lead Generation Cards Just released this week Lead Generation Cards help advertisers highlight specific offers,products, or services more effectively, and capture user interestdirectly from within a Tweet Give you control of how your content is displayed with Tweets Drive traffic to your site Increase the number of people following your Twitter accountsthrough content attribution Users don’t even have to fill out a form—since their information(name, email and username) is already pulled into the card.They literally just have to hit Submit on the Cards call to action.
    52. 52. 4 Step Process Set up CRM endpoint integration Create a Card Create content for the Card Configure technical settings
    53. 53. CRM Integration Salesforce Mailchimp Acton Constant Contact Eloqua Exact Target Hubspot Infusionsoft Marketo Optify Pardot Vertical Response
    54. 54. Accessing Twitter Cards
    55. 55. Creating Your First Card
    56. 56. Choosing Your Card
    57. 57. Populate Your Card
    58. 58. Add Embed Code to Your Site
    59. 59. Enter URL
    60. 60. Campaign Management
    61. 61. Campaign Management
    62. 62. My First Campaign
    63. 63. Definitions Clicks: Those made anywhere on the tweet, including anyhashtags, links, avatar, username, or tweet expansion. Retweets: Occur when someone who was served your promotedtweet shares your message with their followers. This is thenumber of retweets of the specific tweet while promoted, soretweets generated organically are not counted. Replies: Number of replies made to specific tweets whilepromoted. Replies generated organically are not counted. Follows: The number of follows that resulted from PromotedAccount impressions Engagement/Follow rate: The number of clicks, retweets,replies and follows divided by the total number of impressions
    64. 64. Analytics – Timeline Activity
    65. 65. Analytics - Followers
    66. 66. Analytics – Add Website
    67. 67. What You Learned Today Why Twitter Advertising Promoted Tweets Promoted Accounts Targeting Promoted Trends Lead Generation cards Campaign Management Analytics
    68. 68. What’s Next? Twitter is evolving faster than ever with new featuresand advertising options Download a free chapter of Ultimate Guide to Twitterfor Business at www.tedprodromou.com Get your copy of Ultimate Guide to Twitter for Businessat www.tedprodromou.com I’ll keep you updated with blog posts and webinars Getting Started With Twitter Advertising eBook will beavailable soon
    69. 69. Q &Awww.tedprodromou.cominfo@tedprodromou.com

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