We all know that it is possible getting sales from Twitter. The important part here is to have a well thought out Twitter marketing plan and a solid Twitter marketing campaign. Let us look at the five secrets of success on Twitter when it comes to sales.
Create a profile – An interesting profile with the right amount of information is essential if you want people to visit your profile and stay there. You only have seven seconds to impress a customer. When you have a profile with your personal and business information and a pleasing photograph, you get people to take notice of you.
Find people – You can use Twitter natural search to find people who are interested in products related to your business. You must search everyday and keep on adding more people. Start following them and some of them will follow you back. This will start a communication and that will form the base for increasing your business.
Send tweets – Send tweets to people you think could be potential customers. Don’t look like a sales person. Send a minimum of 15 tweets a day. Make sure that your direct marketing tweets don’t make up for more than 20% of your total tweets for the day. Keep sending links to articles, blogs and videos that may interest them. You can also use various Twitter analytics tools to send automatic tweets.
Modify the database – keep deleting those who don’t follow you back. This will allow you to form a database of targeted audience who are likely to become your customers in the future.
Shorten your links – Since the space is minimum, you must shorten your links. You can use the website bit.ly to shorten your link. Shortening the link will give you more space to write.
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