Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

12 Ways to Market with Twitter

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

by Ron Knight

Twitter is a wildly popular microblogging service. It involves writing Tweets, which are short updates of a maximum of 140 characters that tell your followers what you are up to. Although your Tweets are technically supposed to answer the question, “What are you doing?” Twitter has moved far beyond that. Tweets are used to share stories, link to photos, promote content, break news, and a whole lot more. Twitter has also become an incredibly important tool for social media marketing professionals. Here are 12 ways in which Twitter can be used in your social media marketing campaign. (more…)

How to Create Custom Twitter Backgrounds

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

by Paul Wyre

The first thing in order to create a custom Twitter background is obviously to have an account, jump online and head to the Twitter site. Sign up for an account and you’ve completed the first step! (more…)

The New Marketing Research Tool – Twitter

Friday, July 31st, 2009

by TJ Philpott

Conducting marketing research is very important for any business. The key to success of any online business is the profitability of the niche market you select. First and foremost though should be the determination of market demand. Without the demand the probability of generating any profit is zip. With that said our consideration will turn to a relatively new way to conduct market research that will enable you to uncover those niche markets with plenty demand and profit potential. (more…)

Categorizing Your Twitter Followers

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

by TJ Philpott

Twitter is one of the fastest growing social network sites on the internet today. This particular social platform requires users to keep their post to fewer than 140 characters. Messages are intended to be nothing more than brief social exchanges however the online marketing community has still found a way to thrive on this site. (more…)

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