At the core of every businesses online marketing strategy is search engine marketing (SEM). Some businesses choose to pay for their search results using a method called PPC (pay per click) while others choose to generate free, organic results. But what does each option involve and which one provides better results? Organic Search Organic searches rely […]
1. Complete and maintain your profile
Take time to complete your profile and keep it up-to-date with information saying who you are, what you do and giving users a reason to follow you.
2. Follow and admire
Follow your icons or favorites and watch what type of posts they tweet and how they interact with their followers. Learn from them so that you can act accordingly and get connected to your followers in an easy manner.
3. Search and track via hashtags
By using the search function on Twitter, especially using #hashtags will help you can find the tweets of your interest. If you tweet with a hashtag on a public account, anyone who does a search for that hashtag may find your tweet.
4. Tweet for your followers
Do not tweet to show off your business sales. There is nothing worse than a tweeter who is all about selling. So, post something interesting and useful for the twitters so that they are able to re-tweet your post.
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