Have you optimised your Twitter Profile since you created it? First impressions count. Your Twitter Profile may be repelling the exact people that you may want to attract to do business with you. Today is a good day to have an objective review of what your Twitter profile says about you and your business. And make some improvements.
One of the big fears that stop many people from going on Twitter is that someone will say bad things about them. The problem with avoiding Twitter is that people will be talking about you whether you are there or not. And, you will never know.
Twitter is great for helping you to connect with Influencers, potential business partners, customers and the media if you approach it in a strategic way. Assuming you have already identified key people, connecting on Twitter is not difficult. Don’t expect them to come to you, watch their stream and interact with them first.
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It’s very simple to enter, especially if you already use Goodreads. Names are selected at random by Goodreads at the end of the Giveaway period and winners will typically be notified within five working days of the draw. This Giveaway ends on the 10th of December 2016.
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If you have been frustrated by how little space you have for a Tweet then you will be pleased to know that you may have a few more characters to play with starting this week. Twitter have announced that @names in replies and media attachments (like photos, GIFs, videos, and polls) will no longer count as characters for your Tweet. You can pack more into each Tweet. I thought it might be useful to remind you how to get more out of 140-characters:
A quieter month than usual because of Easter and associated holidays, but there’s still lots of new things on the horizon to intrigue the senses and help with that all-important small business marketing!
Guest blogger, Emma Firth returns for the round-up:
An interesting month in social media world – not least as it saw Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter publish quarterly results, including their latest user figures. So that’s 1.59bn for Facebook, over 400 million accounts for LinkedIn and 320 active monthly users on Twitter – big numbers all round!
So, those aside, what else has been happening in social media news this month?
January has been a quieter-than-usual month in the social media world as everyone gets used to 2016! But, as ever, here’s a highlight of the most important changes and announcements pushed out in the last month:
In the wake of announcing it now has 1.04 billion users daily,