Using facebook To attract

Admittedly, Twitter’s huge success as it was starting out was due to the endless tweets from users who delighted in updating the world regularly about what they ate for breakfast, or what the weather is like in their parts of the http://www.go-gulf.com/blog/how-organizations-structure-social-media-teams/ world. But the service has evolved since then, and so should the content. Users must unstuck themselves from the dark ages by avoiding banalities when tweeting now. The short answer is: subtly. You can’t always lead the conversations – and you need to be honest.

Don’t bombard the audience with noise and marketing messages – they will just switch off, or you’ll be lost in the din – neither are optimal situations. Twitter is quickly becoming one of the most amazingly popular social media networking sites on the World Wide Web. Now with over six million users (and growing) this microblogging site has attracted everyone from President Obama to NBA legend Shaquille https://direct.techinasia.com/china-ad-clicks/ O’Neal.

Raise your hand if you spend an inordinate amount of time on Facebook throughout your day. Browsers are taking an interest in social networking sites and making it even easier to stay connected. 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! Socialoomph: Socialoomph is a free application (there is also a paid service), that allows you to send your welcome DM on autopilot.

I don’t know about you, but I am continuously inundated with e-mails everyday saying “such and such is now following you on twitter.” To cut down on the “thanks for following me e-mails,” I use Socialoomph to send it for me. You can also set it to automatically follow any new followers…”easy peasy.” You can also schedule updates from your blog through socialoomph, so your tweets can go out when you are too busy to send them yourself.

Become an expert at social media such as video and make it a part of your blog. Your visitors expect to be entertained as well as informed and video is a great way to do that. It is also customary to send them a direct message thanking them for following you. One of the biggest “twitter taboos” is to send your new follower a direct message with an affiliate link or a link to your website. If they are interested in you, trust me, they with click on your website in your profile to find out more about you.

Adding a link to your thank you DM is like shoving your information down their throat…and may be considered Spam. So how does it work? What exactly does Twitter do? Twitter is the online equivalent to sending an SMS/text message with your mobile phone. Instead of allowing people to spend hours writing out long-winded messages this social network gives you just 140 characters or about 25 words to get your message across.

This way all the “static” is removed from your online communications and only the core message is left behind – the important stuff that people want to see.

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