Posts Tagged ‘twitter tips’

Twitter is a very simple, yet efficient way for accountants and other business people to connect with existing or potential clients.

Mark Shaw is an author, Twitter consultant, trainer and enjoys speaking to large audiences as a public speaker, in fact the larger the audience the better. He also loves a good radio or tv interview, all on the subject of Twitter. So I thought I would ask Mark how he got involved with Twitter and who his idol is plus what he has planned for his new venture. He also gets to share some Twitter tips on the way.

The use of hashtags is a great idea because Twitter users can make them their own and generate conversation (and content) around them, connecting with not only the brand but also each other. However, be warned, promoted hashtags should be approached with care, specifically because Twitter uses can make them their own …

We can start to look at Twitter through a different lens. Rather than seeing it as a place to pass the time, it becomes an instrument to network more effectively. What’s wrong with that

A few months back I ran a small Twitter contest in the hopes of getting some attention for my business Twitter account. My main goal was to learn a little about running a successful contest…

Everybody has a couple of friends they admire or even envy. The kind of friends that you sit at a table with only to find yourself zoning-out and pondering, “What would life be like in their shoes?” Now imagine…

The problem with poor tweets (I feel) is that they disengage the follower…