Building Your Business with Tweets on Twitter

by Author on 29/06/2010

Do you remember back when you had to spend all of your time trying to maintain your online business? You would spend hours and hours scouring the web to get people’s email addresses. Not only would you have to make your mark online, you’d have to market offline as well. It has become so much easier to promote your online business these days because there are so many different tools available that are catered to your needs.

Once you use one of these tools, you will be able to target millions of people to check out what you have to offer. One tool that works remarkably well is Twitter. Almost everyone has a Twitter account these days. It’s almost like you would be out of the loop if you didn’t have an account. But use it carefully, for instance don’t direct sell straight away, start with something like you watched the BBC the other day through your UK proxy service.

A bit later you can tweet your promotional code strictly to your followers with the product you mentioned earlier. This will increase the effectiveness of your sale as people are always drawn to what they perceive to be exclusive sales prices. It will also give new people a reason to track your tweets in their own reader feeds.

Twitter is able to perform like a blog does, in this way. The major difference being that Twitter is really just a micro-blog that only allows you to send out 140 characters at a time. You could also consider allowing your twitter followers to get special “twitter followers only” discounts that they can use permanently. This will expand your followers drastically!

Use tweeting as a means to educate people on what you are offering. If you convey to your followers that you care about your product and about them, they will be pleased. It may occur to you that tweeting your affiliate links is a good idea, all traffic is beneficial, right? This is not a great idea, though.

If you gain a reputation for only tweeting affiliate links, people won’t pay attention when you do promote your own projects. What you want to do is bring about more confidence from your followers that you are a trustworthy person, and they should have no reservations about buying anything from you.

You can tweet links to websites or blogs in order to build traffic to all the different parts of your projects. If the link you furnish is tied to your blog, you may also increase the ad revenue that your are making since a lot of this is based on site traffic. You can even send people straight to your promotional ads and pages from twitter. If you want to collect email address for future marketing reasons, you can direct your followers to a landing page. If you want to bring in traffic targeted for your site, what could be better than linking it through twitter? Use the skills you know, share tips on things like Seo target marketing to website owners and other marketers.

Twitter is a brilliantly designed tool for you to use. It’s not exclusively a social tool, but can be used to promote your business as well. Internet marketers that refuse to use Twitter are simply ignoring a humongous potential share of the market. With twitter you can offer better coverage of your products or services, endear yourself to your buyers and create a personality for your company or service.

Correct use of Twitter converts prospects into buyers which means more money than you could have ever imagined. This application is no longer just for people who enjoy chatting. It is made for anyone that has something to relate.

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