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By Christa Wojciechowski, Oct 15 2014 7:01PM
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By Christa Wojciechowski, Nov 14 2013 3:19PM
When I opened my Twitter account a few weeks ago, I discovered that my Twitter buddy,
I was so flattered and happy that my Twitter etiquette was appreciated and that my marketing karma was in good standing.
Read the article here:
I am really glad Cynthia covered this subject. Thanking people on Twitter is crucial to engaging your audience, but my biggest pet peeve is getting the 'thanks for the follow.' Especially when going to the person's timeline and scroll down to see 'thanks for the follow' for dozens of people. It screams BOT!, or worse, that I am just another notch on their follower count.
If you're going to thank someone for following you, make it mean something. Visit the person's website and tell them how you liked it. Ask about their business, the weather in their part of the world, or a hot topic in their industry--anything but a lame-O 'thanks for the follow.'
Cynthia's article provides real life examples of good and bad Twitter thanking manners. Don't forget to
By Christa Wojciechowski, Jun 11 2013 5:15PM
"Hastags are those words tagged with
a # symbol and are used to
categorize tweets by targeted keywords
follow chats on certain subjects
join in on trending topics
Twitter's search engine makes it easy to locate keywords with or without hashtags,
#so #there #is #no #need #to #hashtag #everything
(isn't that annoying?)
Keep your hashtags relevant
and to a minimum."
By Christa Wojciechowski, Mar 28 2013 5:09PM
"Twitter is a great place to start a conversation about anything you like, but when marketing for a brand it is best to remain objective.
Your personal opinions look unprofessional and could rub your prospects the wrong way.
Create a personal account if you want a soapbox for political views or a place to discuss favorite songs.
Leave your business account for tweets that focus on your industry and the needs of your customers."
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