‘Tis the season to spread a little joy – and it doesn’t take much to bring some joy to those who have been retweeting, favoriting, and replying to you all year. Here are 10 ways to thank your followers before Christmas.
So you’re tweeting spectacular content – stunning pictures, hilarious jokes, industry insights – but you’re not getting any bites. No retweets, no responses, no clicks. What are you doing wrong?
No content strategy is complete without an engagement strategy: a plan for connecting with your followers and other Twitter users in a meaningful way. Here are seven types of engagement that you can incorporate into your strategy to get you more customers on Twitter.
It has become common knowledge among digital marketing pros that images perform exceptionally well on social media. They get more shares, clicks, retweets and comments than most other types of posts. In fact, research by Twitter’s own media blog revealed that tweets with photos generated 35% more retweets than average.
So how are you leveraging the power of images in your tweets? If you’re stuck for ideas, here are 7 types of images that you can tweet to get yourself some more engagement.
The best businesses on Twitter understand that they are building a brand with every tweet they send. The tone, content, timing, opinions, multimedia and more that make up their tweets impact how their audience perceives them.
Many SMBs, however, don’t have the time or resources to put together a branding document or hold multiple meetings with their marketing team to outline exactly what their brand is. If you are looking for a quick-and-dirty way to craft your Twitter brand, you can get a great head start by answering these ten questions.
It’s not easy to reach your target audience on Twitter… especially if you aren’t really sure who they are.
And I don’t mean their basic demographic profile, or the behavior online. I mean really understanding what makes them tick.
Using a mainstay of traditional marketing, the buyer or marketing persona, you can craft a vision of not just your target audience, but the specific person you want to reach on Twitter. Here’s how.
How much thought do you give to the images you share on Twitter? When was the last time you refreshed your cover photo? The images you use on Twitter go a long way in building your brand – whether personal or professional – and we’ve got some tips for making yours stand out from the crowd.
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