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Add-ons, apps, and toolbars are available for the die-hard Facebook fan to make your experiences less time consuming, more productive, and a lot more fun! Twitter, a microblogging service that answers the question “What are you doing right now?” is the latest social networking craze to sweep the nation. Both Richt and Carroll have recently joined the service and interested fans can check up on both head coaches by subscribing to their individual Twitter feeds.
A strong brand is valuable because it ultimately changes the behavior of your market. This, as we all know, will lead them to buy more frequently, be willing to pay more and in some cases your clients and users will recommend the brand (you) to friends. Twitter is a relationship building and marketing tool just like Face book is. It’s not a platform to Spam folks with your business opportunity, but rather a place to provide value to folks who may be interested in what you have to offer.
It all comes down to attraction marketing. Provide value to people…and in turn, if folks are interested in what you have to offer…they will seek you out. It works. How popular is Twitter? As of early 2011 this service has over http://brandchannel.com/home/post/feed/2012/06/08/Chinese-Consumers-Fear-Buying-060812.aspx?format=ATOM; http://www.andreavascellari.com/, 200,000,000 (200 million) users who send more than 60,000,000 (60 million) Tweets per day. This is a massive audience that you can tap into as part of your overall marketing efforts. But people don’t just use this service via their computers – there are numerous Twitter applications for both iPhones and smartphones so your market reach has now become even broader.
No matter where people are they can read your Tweets. As a real estate agent, you can learn http://smartblogs.com/social-media/2010/03/31/social-media-and-china-what-you-need-to-know/ a lot from fellow agents. Twitter allows you to follow the “gurus” of the industry to see what information they have to share and any tips they may have. By following other agents you can learn what makes them successful and find out what you can do to improve your own success.