Sep 13, 2013

Got #TwitEquette? Need-to-Know Twitter Etiquette Tips For Business
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Most of my clients and leads tell me they are confused by – or even afraid of  – Twitter. Without a doubt, Twitter is probably the most fast-paced of the major social platforms. Jumping into the stream for the first time is nerve-wracking for many newbies. To be effective as a marketer, you must learn about hashtags and some abbreviations on top of understanding how to say as much as possible with a 140-character limit per tweet. Above all else, the one thing a marketer or small business owner must learn is to tweet using proper etiquette. It is what people have come to expect of businesses who tweet.

The author of this article, Justin Fishaw, does a very good job of summarizing the most important Twitter etiquette tips for businesses. For the most part, his tips involve thanking and acknowledging others who share your content, remaining consistent with the content you tweet and adding as much value as possible to your tweets. A little etiquette goes a long way!

 

Read the entire article here:

Tips for Proper Twitter Business Etiquette.

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Jennifer G. Hanford

Jennifer G. Hanford is the owner and managing director of j+ Media Solutions, which offers social and content solutions for businesses of all sizes. She also contributes articles for SteamFeed and Social Media Club.
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