Best Marketing Tips … In No Particular Order
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1. Let the Tweets Dance Across the Stage
Muriel MacDonald, writing for Tint tells how the SFBallet uses Twitter to attract and engage their younger audience members.
I’ve used Tint with many of my events. The social wall is easy to implement. Just fill in your followed accounts and hashtags, hook up your projector, and the Tint app displays your best engagement.
2. Mean Tweets
Follow Jimmy Kimmel’s example and use mean tweets to your advantage say Jeannie Walters of Steamfeed. Maybe the mean tweets are true and you need to improve your customer service. Or maybe they’re not and you can get a laugh.
3. Attract Local Customers By Enabling Location
Last month, Twitter announced a partnership with Foursquare that adds thousands of locations to the Twitter database.When tweeting for business via your smartphone, make certain to enable your business location reports Jake Kastrenakes.
4. No Negatives, I Repeat No Negatives!
My friend Shashi Bellamkonda, the Social Media Swami trains his employees on the Rules of Twitter, and insists, Never make negative tweets from the company account. Ever.
5. Vibrant, Colorful Tweets Win the Day
6. Action, Action
https://twitter.com/neilpatel Neil Patel
https://twitter.com/dreckbaerfrau Dr. Susanna Gebauer
https://twitter.com/thesocialms The Social Marketers
Find new people to follow by checking the lists that have been created by people with similar interests. For instance, I’ve created a list of Sacramento Restaurants on Twitter https://twitter.com/JulieGallaher/lists/sacramento-restaurants
https://twitter.com/leadsift @leadsift Tapajyoti Das
Ten Research Backed Ways to Improve Your Twitter Customer Engagement
Using positive emoticons in your responses increases engagement by 67%
Here’s where to get some emojis http://getemoji.com/
https://twitter.com/Amoravick Andrew Moravick
Kevin Shivley https://twitter.com/KevinSaysThings
Simply Measured https://twitter.com/simplymeasured
Don’t forget – when someone follows your business on Twitter, you’re not the only business they’re following. Do some research to find out what other business messages they see in their tweet stream. Do yours compare favorably or unfavorably?
Mark Miller https://twitter.com/Emergenetics_ in Inc Magazine https://twitter.com/inc https://twitter.com/therightsteph Stephanie Meyers
even if you tweet for business you need to share hobbies and interests
https://twitter.com/danvirgillito Dan Virgillito
https://twitter.com/Strong_Social Jason Gordon
My favorite tip is don’t use hashtags that aren’t relevant to your brand. I hate clicking on a link that is tagged with my neighborhood and find out it has nothing to do with us. Really!
https://twitter.com/altrinchamhq Alex McCann
Benchmark your Twitter Analytics. If you’re training for a triathalon, you keep accurate records of your effort and results. Do the same with Twitter – what is your posting schedule, how big is your following, with retweets – how great is your reach. I currently average a little more than 100,000 reach on Twitter every month. My goal is to increase that to 200,000 by the end of the year. I’l track my activity and see what works.
https://twitter.com/ImAmandaJulius Mandy Kilinskis
Twitter is public – be careful that your retweets are something you’re willing to stand by, even if your boss or customer disagrees. If not – don’t be controversial. Remember the high level corporate executive who lost his job after videotaping himself giving grief to the fast food worker at Chic Filet
https://twitter.com/jakessman Jenny Kessman
Follow the keynote speakers and attendees ahead of time and you won’t be scrambling – you also have a better opportunity to have a meaningful conversation with them at the event since you’ve broken the ice
https://twitter.com/LLHitz Lucy Hitz
https://twitter.com/jeffbullas Jeff Bullas
Create a hastag to gather Twitter Testimonials
https://twitter.com/MartinBeck Martin Beck
Easily find your top tweets, top followers & more. Why? Because it also easily makes it possible to promote your top tweets via advertising.
Best Twitter Marketing Posts of 2015 from Jon Andrews, Scott Ayres, Martin Beck, Shashi Bellamkonda, Jeff Bullas, Lexie Carbone, Kristina Cisnero, Jacob Curtis, Tapajyoti Das, Virginia DeBolt, Lauren Dugan, Dr. Susanna Gebauer, Jason Gordon, Lucy Hitz, Jake Kastrenakes, Jenny Kessman, Mandy Kilinskis, Larry Kim, Muriel MacDonald, Alex McCann, Steph Meyers, Mark Miller, Dean Montadon, Andrew Moravick, Neil Patel, Kevin Shipley, Dan Virgillito and Jeannie Walters.