7 minutes a day on twitter

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Dale Dillon, The S.M.A.R.T. Group has a brief overview of Twitter -- Best Practices, Favorite Apps and Daily Routine. For small business owneres and professionals.

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  • People want to talk with a person, not a company. It’s like talking with somebody with a bag over their head.
  • To see if you are conversing, check your tweets and see if they start with @. If you are just blasting posts, that isn’t good. This is also a good way to decide whether to follow back.
  • Schedule, automatic tweets, filter new followers
  • 7 minutes a day on twitter

    1. 1. …to expand your reach!
    2. 2. 1. Best Practices2.Tools3.Daily Schedule
    3. 3. Best Practices Twitter handle should be you and the photo should be you.
    4. 4. Best Practices What to write – things that you think are cool, interesting, funny and to provide feedback.
    5. 5. Best Practices Be conversational!
    6. 6. Best Practices Respond to all @ messages Read your stream and respond.
    7. 7. Best Practices Do not click links.
    8. 8. Best Practices Quality Followers  review people that follow you carefully before following back.
    9. 9. Best Practices Good things to check first are:  Did they tweet or retweet you first? Do you recognize them from comments on your blog?  Are they asking for help?  Do they look like they could be a good resource for you?
    10. 10. Best Practices Good things to check first are:  Read their tweets: Do they converse with others? Do they tweet too frequently? Do they have too many retweets?  Read their bio: Do they have one? Does it include a link? Does it make you want to follow them?
    11. 11. Tools FriendorFollow.com
    12. 12. Tools FriendorFollow.com  Connect with Twitter  Hover over photo to see more about them  Can unfollow  Only allows so many interactions  Gold Membership
    13. 13. Tools FriendorFollow.com Flitter.com
    14. 14. Tools FriendorFollow.com Flitter.com  Much easier to use!!  Recommend
    15. 15. Tools FriendorFollow.com Flitter.com SocialOomph.com  Free version  Schedule tweets  Automatic follow feature  Filter new followers  Delete DM’s!
    16. 16. Daily Schedule Check Interactions and respond Check lists  Make sure your lists are up to date and relevant Scan twitter feed for interesting tweets to interact Scan Trending Once a day

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