By now, you’ve read both the intro to twitter, as well as learned why you SHOULD be using it, and how it is an effective (and free!) business tool for you.
But getting started on Twitter isn’t just creating a username and typing a few updates. I’m going to give you a few twitter “buzzwords” that you can throw around with your kids (or maybe even grandkids?) to have you sailing through Twitter like a pro, and using it to build your business.
Retweeting. Tweet and Retweet were on a bridge. Tweet fell off, who was left? (Sorry, bad joke. I blame my father.) One of the most rewarding feelings is to have something you’ve tweeted, retweeted! Read More
A couple of months ago, I wrote an article for the Powerline Magazine outlining a step-by-step guide for using Twitter to find success as an entrepreneur. Over the past few weeks I have been working diligently to grow my own personal Twitter following, while additionally putting those best practices in place for the Market America account. In a short amount of time, I have seen tremendous results, and I think you will too if you follow these simple tweeting tactics:
1. Jump in feet first. Twitter is simple and it’s free, so getting started is as easy as the click of mouse. Find twitter.com to create a personal [or business] profile. Read More
The Social Shopping Revolution is taking the world of sales and marketing by storm. Customers are turning to their social networks more and more, for word-of-mouth recommendations and product reviews. They don’t want to waste time shopping for products they know nothing about – they want to hear about the experiences of others. Shoppers of the social media era want to be a dynamic part of the product experience.
Facebook has become an incredible tool for shoppers and entrepreneurs alike to find the right products at the right time, all while getting to enjoy the experience with their friends. All it takes for a business owner to skyrocket to success is a little innovation and interaction. Read More