Warning: You're Losing Website Traffic By NOT Using Twitter engagement and Social Metrics
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Warning: You’re Losing Website Traffic By NOT Using Twitter engagement and Social Metrics

Week 3 of #SMSS15 was intense with Twitter Marketing, Pinterest Marketing and Marketing Tools and I had fun creating an Infographic with Piktochart about Twitter Marketing and how you are losing website traffic if you are not doing the following:

Other points to increase Twitter Engagement that you need to have in mind:

  • Don’t hide behind an egg-head, show yourself. You are a person, right?
  • Keep your bio interesting, short, sweet…and show your personality
  • BE useful
  • Have a public account
  • Improve your twitter social strategy by reviewing what is working

Would really like to know what are your thoughts on these Twitter best practices and leave me a comment below.

Let me ask you a question…How are you planning your social media activities? Do you actually have a PLAN?

Visit us in our Facebook group and let’s discuss some of these strategies…see you over at the Business Warriors Hub Group.

 

 


Sofia Reis
Sofia Reis

"No-Limits" Social Media Strategist with an innovative nature. I coach Small Business owners on how to increase their profit online by reaching their IDEAL customers effectively and avoid costly advertising methods. My aim is to give you simple and clear Social Media Strategies to enable you to grow your Small Business and increase your social media reach by using a 3 step system #PlanDoReview and a #SocialBizRoadMap http://bit.ly/OP-PDR download my free 4 part video training. Follow me on Twitter @SocialMediReach or Instagram @IncreaseYourSocialReach

    2 replies to "Warning: You’re Losing Website Traffic By NOT Using Twitter engagement and Social Metrics"

    • Thank you, I have recently been searching for info about this topic for
      a while and yours is the best I have came upon so far.
      However, what about the conclusion? Are you positive concerning the supply?

      • Hi Jerold

        Thanks for your lovely comments. If by supply you mean if there is enough to go around then YES I am super positive about that. We don’t all market to everybody and you should be very clear on your ideal client. Have him/her super defined and you will soon understand their needs and wants. Listening to what they want is something that I always recommend…be visible where they are hanging out.
        Wish you all the success.
        Sofia

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