I did not use to be a fan of Twitter, because I was like what the HECK can I talk about in 140 Characters or less. Also who really cares what the Hell I would Have to say in 140 Characters or less. Then who the hell would follow me anyway. 🙂 Then I merged a small Promo Products company into a full fledged Marketing Company after getting my Masters Degree in Internet Marketing and stared to take another look at Twitter.
I read constantly about how Twitter has to be a part of a marketing plan. I started to take a look at Twitter and realized the brilliance of using this avenue to talk to people. I still view social media as a conversation and an avenue to talk to people about things that I like, and most importantly things that they have an interest in. So to me Twitter became an essential part of my day, I talk to colleagues, friends and make amazing connections. So now I when I get a notice that says, LL cool J is following you (oops wrong post LOL ) seriously…When I get a notice that say Joe Smith is Following you I now longer ask, “why?” LOL
With all of that said, there are some do’s and don’ts of Twitter.
- Think about what you include in your Bio.
- Thing about information that you share.
- Don’t spam your message.
Don’t let Twitter get your fired, either. Take a look at the video below, it’s one of my favorites about Twitter.