Why use Twitter for Small Business?
3 tweets a day built one business woman into an empire. Now, she writes a small business column for the New York Times. She shares relevant, useful information for her chosen niche—small businesses– built a strong audience of raving fans who now hire her as a consultant.
USA Today reports Twitter helped a food truck owner/operator recover his stolen food truck. When the truck was stolen, he tweeted about it and followers tracked it down within 30 minutes.
In 2003, Bucks County area video expert Rick Toone had a business developing digital children’s books, through Twitter, he was able to meet the person who created the hit children’s TV show, Blues’ Clues. Through her, he was able to get in the door at Nickelodeon, the leading children’s media network. “Dr. Alice and Twitter open many doors to children’s publishing for us.”
Who would you like to meet on Twitter?
The beauty of Twitter is there are few gatekeepers. You can directly message reporters, sportscasters and business leaders. Next time you watch the news or a sporting event, look for the @someone’sname on the screen. That’s their Twitter name.
1000’s of tweets everyday are exchanged and posted about your industry and current events. It’s the best source of real-time news and events out there. During Hurricane Sandy, NJ residents used Twitter to find supplies and learn when power was restored to their neighborhood.
Best of all, it’s easy to use once you get the hang of it.
In this class we’ll cover:
- Why Twitter for small business is an easy tool for you to use
- Twitter etiquette (so you don’t feel like a twit when you tweet
- How to make connections that turn into sales/clients
- Plus, more!
Regular price: $49
Early, early bird special: $29 price goes up on Dec.22.
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