Social Media, Web2.0 and Search – A Visual Story
[...] you non-twitter users out there, this presentation by Guy Kawasaki will educate you on why you should use it. Share and [...]
[...] http://vizedu.com/2008/12/how-to-use-twitter-as-a-twool/ [...]
Thanks to whoever put this video together. It was very helpful. The tools to use with Twitter are great suggestions.
- David Gosse
Great presentation. Very informative – I’ll pass it along!
“Ignore people who tell you that it’s the quality of your followers not the quantity.”
Really? If I have 1000 followers who would otherwise have absolutely no interest in what it is that I am selling, am I really broadcasting to anyone worth hearing my message? After all, if I’m selling, say, SQL servers, and I went on a national speaking tour of say, every elementary school in the Southwest, I could spread my word to a captive audience of thousands of people… but probably not a lot who are looking for a database solution.
Ignore me if you must, but quality of followers is an issue.
You have a valid point and I agree. But think about it – people will follow you only if there is some common interest – professional, hobbies, personal, etc. So I think the encapsulated message in above statement is to work hard to increase your followers. By repeated contact you will become friends and your friends will help you propagate your mesage.
My thoughts – thanks, Sandeep, VizEdu.com
This post has finally has explained Twitter in a way that B2B marketers can use. There are some great tools and advice provided.
This is clearly the wave of the future for sharing information and building communities along with other social media tools. The challenge is to create the audience to reach the tipping point in the market you are targeting. Some markets are ready. Many, mine included, are ripe to have a first adopter take off with it.
[...] How to Use Twitter as a Twool – For you visual people (like me) here is a visual version. [...]
[...] How To Use Twitter As A Twool – interactive version [...]
Great tool Sandeep. I let my readers know about it. http://www.whatsmyspin.com/twitter-tools-and-viz-edu/
Twitter is an amazing tool, for allowing you to connect with others
How can you expand my Twitter followers for free, partly to market my book Pocket Guide to Fitness (Amazo, Facebook, blog etc)?
This was very, very helpful as I was being real selecetive of my followers. Question: What if I have several businesses I want to promote?
Do I set up several twitter accounts? Will twitter allow several accounts with same email? I’m a heavy blackberry user and would like all to come to one email account.
Do I create different profiles for each and relate other business to it or keep it focused on that particular business?
I appreciate your imput!
[...] Aaron Friedman a Linkedin colleague writes some very informative content about Social Media. For some, Social Media is is hard to figure out, Aaron seems to have a knack at writing about it, that makes it really easy to understand. Here are a couple of links in how you can use Twitter in a couple of different ways. 1. How to use Twitter as a Twool [...]
Stumbled on this video…very cool! Thanks to whoever did this.
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