Jun 24, 2012

5 Advanced Twitter Tips for Your Small Business
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I love these five advanced tips for using Twitter to maket your business.

 

My take away from this post is Topsy, tip 3, and scheduling tweets between 1pm et and 3pm et for the most engagement.

 

I do use Bit.ly and there is an addon for Firefox that let’s you simply “right mouse click” and create the bit.ly shortcut.

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  • Hi Darin,

    Most of the links I share on Twitter are resources or information that I think my followers will enjoy. Every once in a while I’ll share a link to my website.

    I think there are a lot of ways to use Twitter. Each of us needs to find “our” own way with Twitter, then enjoy the ride. I love the fact that your desire is to communicate and build relationships. I think that’s a wise strategy.

    Deb

  • I have been using twitter since last few months and I have never used a link in it. The strategy behind it was to communicate with everybody and building relationships. One I will have a dedicated list of follower then I will start using the links so that if i post one link in a week, I have some genuine and serious traffic!


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