With a very respectable 330 million active monthly users worldwide, Twitter easily takes a seat among the top most popular social platforms, alongside Facebook and LinkedIn. With such a massive following, Twitter is perfect for getting in front of your target audience, but there is a catch…
Twitter is one of the most powerful social media platforms to date. It’s a tool that lets you tweet a message within 140 characters. To put in perspective, the first two sentences of this paragraph were a total 130 characters. The point is, you have to strategically use your characters to get your message across to your target audience.
To date, Twitter has over 300 monthly active users. As such, many organizations and brands use Twitter to promote their products, improve branding, and drive traffic to their website. But are you using Twitter properly? In this post, we share 15 Twitter ideas to help take your social media marketing to the next level.
Social media continues to grow faster than ever. Users range from all different ages and backgrounds, and sometimes it even gets a little tough reaching the right audience. In this post, we dig into 7 elements of the Twitter template that helped me gain 17,000 followers.
Whether you’re the CEO of a Fortune 500 company or a small business owner, everyone can benefit from digital marketing. Here at the Social Fusion, we love to share insights you might have missed to help your marketing on Twitter. Twitter has been around a while, but not many businesses are using it effectively for marketing. There are many ways an SMB can benefit from Twitter and we'll be creating a content series to share that insight.
In the first of our series, we focus on three SMB business vertical that can benefit from utilizing twitter and provide content from around the web that highlights this.
Do you understand what your Twitter activity is doing for you? The metaphor people like to use about Twitter is it is like “trying to drink water from a fire hose.” There is clearly a lot going on at any one time… and this got me thinking that we should analyze our past month’s Twitter stats and decipher what it might mean. I shared this concept with my friend, Aimee Beck, and together we’ll analyze my account for the month of May and share that insight across a two-part article series.