Top Twitter Tips for Your Website Marketing Strategy

Don't let your website marketing strategy suffer...

When it comes to using Twitter, many of us simply just don't know where to start! From following celebs to sending out your first tweet, it's a busy world where you can sometimes feel a little lost. For businesses setting up their own social media marketing strategy, our top Twitter tips will make sure your website marketing campaigns don't fall flat on their face... Avoid the hard sell While you may want to turn your Twitter account into a lead generating machine, the hard sell can often be off-putting to followers. Try combining useful tips and tricks with links to your blog articles, videos or pictures. Constantly posting the URL to your home page won't get you anywhere but sharing worthwhile content with your followers may just do the trick. Let your website marketing strategy do the talking - your blog, YouTube channel and Pinterest account are your best assets for social interaction. Forget self-promotion Talking about your business on Twitter is fine and dandy but just make sure it's not all you talk about. Sure, share your hard-earned customer service award but don't ram it down everyone's throats. Show an interest in your followers, interact with their tweets and find ways to build relationships rather than simply talking about yourself. Ignore the big brands It's easy to become envious of the bigger brands with their thousands of followers and constantly trending campaigns but don't pay them too much attention! As a small business owner, remember that your budget is nowhere near as gargantuan as theirs is and work with what you've got. Interact with the followers you do have and concentrate on finding those who may have a genuine interest in your brand. Struggling to get to grips with Twitter? Our social media team can provide a full management service so that you can simply get on with running your business. To find out more, use the buttons below to contact us.

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