10 Valuable Twitter Tips for Small Businesses

Using Twitter for Your Small Business

Using Twitter for Your Small Business

Twitter can be used for business and pleasure. When used correctly, Twitter can be a great tool for small businesses to grow and prosper.

Therefore, today’s post will be a collection of 10 valuable tips every small business could benefit from:

1. As I have mentioned before, and I can’t stress this enough, do not use “eggs” as your Twitter avatar and be smart about your choice of Twitter background.

2. Use a business Twitter account to create a great place for customer relationship management. Teach your clients to use Twitter to keep with the happenings of your company. Also, it can help you share the news and information regarding the success of your clients.

3. Use Twitter as a discussion forum. Ask your clients and prospective clients what they would like to see, hear, taste, and experience.

4. Use Google Analytics to measure the traffic directed from Twitter to your blog or website. If you can measure the traffic related to sales or acquisitions it help you understand an ROI from the tool.

5. Encourage your employees to join Twitter and become part of the conversation.

6. Fill out your profile. Make sure you put information regarding your personal life as well as your business life. This is important because, yes, tweeps do check it.

7. Add your Twitter URLs to your business cards. (You can add my LinkedIn account and blog URL). This will encourage more of your networking friends to follow you and communicate more effectively.

8. In order to stay in touch continuously, you should also download a suitable application on your mobile device to help you manage your Twitter account while you are out of the office.

9. Don’t add hundreds of people randomly; use applications like Tweepi in order to carefully choose those active and valuable tweeps. Find out who the influencers are in your industry and see if they are on Twitter. If they are, follow them and show them you are there through interactions and retweets.

10. Employ sites like Digg, StumbleUpon, and Reddit to find, and share amongst your followers, interesting stories from your particular area of business.

I hope you find these tips valuable and useful for your small business.

If you are looking for more Twitter advanced tips and tricks, click here and for general Twitter tips for beginners, you might find these tips helpful.

Looking forward to your feedback and insights down below :)

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9 thoughts on “10 Valuable Twitter Tips for Small Businesses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Good post

  2. خالد says:

    thanks for the tips

  3. ronaldredito says:

    Great tips for business owners like me.

  4. Santosh Koshy says:

    nice read .. 

  5. Ozio Media says:

    Thanks for sharing these great tips! I’d like to add a piece of advice to tip #5. Encouraging your employees to join Twitter is great but your small business can really benefit from a social media policy. A social media policy lets your employees know what is and isn’t okay for them to tweet about. It also informs them of the proper etiquette they should be using.

  6. These tips are really nice and effective. But I somehow feel that you haven’t really talked much about the actual content that can be put in the tweets (leaving aside the company updates).

  7. Emily Jordan says:

    my best twitter tip is BuySocials 

  8. Twitter is become very effective and most famous micro blogging site nowadays. People spend more and more time on it, your information is useful for small business owners to get their business on proper way of marketing through twitter. I think many small business are using social media today because it allow you to easily track and measure what people are saying about you and your company.

  9. simonswills says:

    Tweets can help your business develop only when you have the capability to make a devoted group of supporters who truly love your product or service and are prepared to propagate the phrase for you.

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