If we had to choose one social media platform that has gone through significant changes, it's Twitter. But one thing remains constant: Twitter is relevant.
Since it’s creation in 2006, Twitter has been a fast, easy, and effective way to get your story out there. Whether your story is all about becoming a girl boss, coaching others to harness their power, or selling your passion, Twitter is the perfect place for engagement.
Previously, we talked about using Instagram to unleash the power of your brand, so what about Twitter? Used correctly, Twitter can generate website traffic, gain relevant followers, and drive app downloads, among other generation tactics. Much like other social media platforms, Twitter has built in ads and analytics.
Let’s talk about 3 important basics of Twitter for business.
Use Key Influencers
Influencers are defined as “individuals who have the power to affect purchase decisions of others because of their (real or perceived) authority, knowledge, position, or relationship.”
The easiest example of this is using a celebrity to promote your campaign, product, or service. However, you can use a “micro-influencer” to drive engagement. Do you have a book that talks about building your own business? Have a well-known lady boss write a book review and publish it on their site and link to it on Twitter. Use popular people in your market to get the word out about your service or product.
Twitter is so effective because it puts your followers in front, enabling them to directly ask you questions about your product or service. Talking to your customers creates a bond and a relationship. Use this to your advantage! Answer your customers’ questions and become engaged in their wants and needs.
If you can do this consistently in 280 characters or less, your followers are going to be more inclined to choose you for their next purchase or subscription.
Just as Twitter is conversational, it’s also a great way to partner up with other people in your market to drive constant traffic and new audiences. These brand-to-brand relationships are easy to forge and continue over time.
What does this look like? Do simple shout outs, retweets, or small conversation threads. Remember... women in business rock and this is an easy way to support each other!
Just like Instagram, it’s important to stay consistent. Use the techniques you learned in our post about a content calendar for Instagram and integrate tweets into your weekly scheduling. For more insights on using Twitter for business, especially Twitter ads, check out this Sprout Social article.
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