5 Things that can help you get Clients on Twitter
No clients from Twitter? No problem. Try doing the following:
1. Have a Great Profile
Try to look as good as the person your client is looking for.
If you know your client well you know what they expect you can become what they expect.
Write your profile using the words that answer the questions of your market. People are looking for answers let your profile tell them you have what they are looking for.
Use great pictures for your profile. Well taken photos that show your face are great in helping people identify and remember you.
If you are a company or brand use your logo.
2. Tweet Frequently
Tweet everyday especially when your clients are online. Find out when your audience or market is online. Be where they are so you can have those conversations.
Use the right key words and hashtags that relate to the subject being talked about.
3. Participate in Twitter chats:
Twitter chat is a public Twitter conversation around one unique hashtag. This hashtag allows you to follow the discussion and participate in it. Twitter chats are usually recurring and on specific topics to regularly connect people with these interests.
Participating in this exposes you. Participate in the chats related to your niche and where your customers or audience would likely be too.
4. Respond to Everything. Social Media is about people. Talk to them. Answer questions. Respond to comments. Thank new followers. Follow back if you want. Talk to people. Find a way to improve relationships. The more conversations you have the better your exposure. Ask more questions in order to get the real problems your audience really have and deal with it.
5. Follow the Big Guys in your Industry.
Every industry has their big guns. They have the market and followers. They have the audience you want. Follow them and Build a relationship both with them and their followers who you are interested in.
Create a relationship first, sell later.
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