There are many forms of social medial platforms out there. Are you using them properly? Are you conveying the right message to your consumers and potential customers? This is extremely important when communicating to your customers through these social media platforms. Today, FGmarket’s marketing tip of the week will focus on Twitter. Are you tweeting properly and showcasing your company off right?
Page Personality – Whenever a potential customer lands on your Twitter page, does it show what you’re all about? There is a background on your profile page. Is it generic or does it fit you? Make sure that your page stands out, represents your company and showcases what you’re all about. The customer should get a sense of what your company stands for.
Be Smart – Along with all the other responsibilities that your store has, do you really want to add one more thing to it? Yes! You can reach a variety of potential customers out there that you couldn’t anywhere else. However, it doesn’t have to be time-consuming. There are multiple apps out there that you can use to set timed tweets. Set them ahead of time so you don’t have to worry about finding time to get on your computer.
Quality – With Twitter, you’ll find that you are only giving a certain amount of characters to use. Therefore, you must focus on the quality of your tweets. This may be tough for some, but in time you’ll get better and better at it. Write out what you want to say, then sit back and see how you can shorten the message, but still make it informative and witty.
So, if you haven’t explored the world of Twitter, you should! It’s a must for your business and a great way to reach potential clients. You can also use it to develop B2B relationships. Share different tweets from them, promote their business and they will promote yours. This is a place where you can show off that you’re an expert in your field as well. So, start tweeting and get customers into your store!
Hope this was helpful! Until the next marketing tip, check out the latest news and wholesale suppliers at FGmarket.
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