Can You Generate New Business Using Twitter? [VIDEO]
Arnie Kuenn answers: can you generate new business using Twitter?
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So today’s question is: “Can you really use Twitter to generate new business?”
And my short answer is yes! We have absolutely generated new business here at Vertical Measures through Twitter, by finding friends and engaging with them, potential customers and having real relationships with them. Letting them know about our business. Letting them see what our personalities are like and also not just by broadcasting out about our benefits, features and so on and so forth. But truly having dialogue with people and letting them see your real personality.
I know other businesses not only use Twitter but Facebook, and I realize this question is specifically about Twitter, and all their doing is building a fan base. They’re not concerned about whether they have 1,000 followers, 10,000 followers, or 200 followers. What they are concerned about is, am I having a relationship with this person on the other end of this Twitter conversation. And if they are and this person builds some trust, you can drive business right in the door.
About Arnie Kuenn
Arnie Kuenn is the CEO of Vertical Measures and author of Accelerate! Content Development & Marketing to Grow Your Business Online. Vertical Measures provides search, social and content marketing services, designed to help businesses improve their online presence and obtain more traffic and conversions. +Arnie Kuenn
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