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Posts Tagged ‘niche’

One Secret To Increasing Engagement On Twitter: Mix Up Your Tweets

It’s easy to fall into a rut on Twitter. Tweeting the same sort of thing, day in, day out, until either you become bored or bore your followers.

To perk up your Twitter feed, fight boredom and burnout, and increase engagement, all you need to do is mix up your tweets. Here are some great examples of what you can do to add some spice to your 140-character snippets.
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Strategic Mobile MarketingWork with the digital strategy director for Saatchi & Saatchi to develop a strategy for smartphones, tablets, and mobile devices! Starting October 21, Kayla Green will teach you how to optimize content for mobile, create responsive landing pages, and track and analyze all mobile efforts. Register now!

3 Ways To Crowdsource Killer Content Using Twitter’s Advanced Search

Bloggers and other content creators, rejoice: Twitter has the ultimate solution to banish writer’s block. If you’re ever stuck for an idea for your next blog post or article, we’ve got three ways you can use Twitter’s advanced search to come up with killer content that is timely, relevant and specific to your niche.
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Twitter Awareness Is At 92%, But Actual Usage Is Only 8%

It looks like Twitter still has a way to go before it hits the mainstream. A new study from eMarketer shows that Twitter awareness in the general US population is at 92%, but that only about 8% of those examined actually use the service.
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Own Your Twitter Presence: Tweet With Purpose

If you’ve ever been stuck trying to come up with something cool, interesting, witty, or unique to share on Twitter, you’re not alone. We’ve all been there. But writer’s block on Twitter isn’t like writer’s block when penning your novel. There’s one simple solution that you can harness to banish Twitter block: tweet with purpose.
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