Category Archives for Twitter Marketing Strategies

The Ultimate Guide to Twitter Marketing for Small Business [INFOGRAPHIC]

<< Click on the infographic to download your own full-size pdf version. “I feel like I need a Twitter-to-English dictionary!” — M. Roe, Socialmediaonlineclasses.com intern Does that sound familiar? Think Twitter isn’t for you because you’re not Donald Trump or Justin Bieber? Think again! Twitter is Maria Peagler’s (SMOC’s founder) favorite network for connecting with industry […]

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How to Tweet Like Trump [INFOGRAPHIC]

Donald Trump dominated headlines from the moment he entered the 2016 presidential race.​ He rarely gave interviews or held press conferences, but instead used Twitter as his megaphone to publish his message. In this blog post, you’ll learn how to “tweet like Trump” and dominate the media using Twitter for your personal or business brand.​  Let’s start with the […]

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How to Get Over 70% of Your Business from Twitter: Interview with Patty Farmer

Think twitter is just for celebrities? This interview is about to bust that myth wide open . . . Patty Farmer gets over 70% of her business from Twitter (she reveals exactly how much of her business in the interview). Listen to the Full Interview with Patty Farmer (23 min) Bite-sized clips are below, each about 5 […]

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Checklist for Writing Great Twitter Posts [INFOGRAPHIC]

Click to download the checklist ​​<< Click on the infographic to download your own full-size version. Want to stand out on Twitter? Need to learn how to write a great tweet? Easy. People have been doing it for over one hundred years: Headlines. Look no farther than newspaper editors and fiction authors: they’ve mastered the art of the tease — […]

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10-Minute Twitter Strategies for Small Business Profits

Twitter is the one social network my students and clients are most hesitant to join.  It’s only for celebrities like Alyssa Milano and Charlie Sheen, they say.  Or like my summer intern Matt, they feel like they need a Twitter-to-English dictionary to decipher people’s tweets.  Stated plainly, Twitter is not for wimps.  It takes persistence […]

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