Web Marketing Twitter Tips Tina Fey Would Think Are Boring
In an “Ask Tina” video on NBC.com, 2013 Golden Globe co-host and comedian, Tina Fey, argues that most Twitter users are boring and we are “wasting the internets,” she said.
“I think you should have to get a license to use Twitter because most people are so f***** boring that they should shut up,” Fey said.
In the video, Fey explains that she doesn’t use Twitter and she never has, but she wants to be the person who decides whether you can have a Twitter license.
For all of us web marketers, we hope she would grant us permission to have one of these special Twitter licenses.
Twitter acts as a significant social media tool for web marketers who are constantly sharing blog posts, articles and marketing tips to our followers. Social media outlets hold endless potential for building a brand image, collaboration and creating business relationships. Many web marketers would be lost without Twitter.
Here are 5 reasons why Twitter can help promote your brand:
-It builds relationships
-It can generate leads
-It can increase website traffic
-It’s a venue to share information including press releases, articles and blog posts
-You can share commentary and insights
Fey might be right about some Twitter users, but for web marketers, Twitter can be a godsend. Twitter can help people with the same interests share valuable information about their topic of choice. For brand promotion or web marketing purposes, you can see great results by following some Twitter business rules.
5 Tips for using Twitter to promote your business:
-Don’t spam your followers
-Respond to others
-Follow relevant Twitter users
Fey may think Twitter is boring, but for most businesses it it’s great for content marketing and sharing relevant information. Follow Mission Web Marketing on Twitter @MissionWebMrktg
If you have questions or need help with your web marketing initiatives to generate more traffic and sales, contact Mission Web Marketing today and schedule your 100% free consultation at 800.260.6406.