Tweet Smarter, Not Harder: A Twitter Infographic

Tweet Smarter, Not Harder: A Twitter Infographic

So you have a Twitter account, woop-di-freakin-do. It matters more, how you’re using it. If you aren’t using it to your advantage, then really all you have is a placeholder for your brand name on Twitter.

Remember, for Twitter to work you have to:

1. Engage, engage, engage
2. Provide value
3. Be fresh
4. Rinse. Repeat.

I’ve laid out some strategies that are simple to follow, simple to implement, and most of all, they represent simple ways to use the Twitter machine to your brand’s advantage. (Go ahead and click the image to resize it and make it bigger):

Tweet Smarter, Not Harder


Want to embed this on your site/blog? Awesome. Grab the code here:

<a href="http://untypicalmarketing.com/tweet-smarter-not-harder/"><img src="http://untypicalmarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/tweet-smarter-not-harder-JPG-2.jpg"></a>Twitter Infographic by <a href="http://untypicalmarketing.com">Untypical Marketing</a>

(You might have to resize the infographic to fit your blog post pixel width)

Untypical Marketing is an SEO consultant and WordPress Web Design shop that believes strongly in the power of social media in building your brand, driving more site visits and helping in the conversion process. Twitter is just one platform of many. For your niche, find where your customers are most vocal and active and listen, help, improve conversions and optimize your presence in order to be the go-to resource in your field.

I’m also hyper-focused on mobile app development with Untypical Apps for small to medium-size businesses, knowing full-well how important mobile solutions are today and moving into the future. Look for a full-service DIY mobile app development platform to launch in 2013.

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Joe Schaefer

Joe Schaefer is the owner of Untypical Marketing. As an SEO, Joe plays in traffic so you don't have to.

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