Last night marked the very first #SMMUChat, Social Media Marketing University’s (SMMU) new Twitter chat. The event was launched to give SMMU students and social business leaders an interactive platform to ask questions, learn about social media best practices and strategies and network with experts and peers.
Tag Archives: Twitter
Who really has the most active Twitter accounts? Knowing the truth will help you sell, and get ahead when Twitter goes large. Check out the details right here!
Do you automate some of your Tweets? Is it part of your Twitter marketing strategy? If it isn’t, then you need to read this article – on how Twitter automation can help boost your business reputation!
In this week’s edition of Ask the Expert! we tackle what to do after you’ve built up your networks, and how to target prospects, not peers.
Ask the Expert! Your weekly advice column about all things social media. Today we’re talking about Twitter strategy and content management strategy. Got a burning question? Leave us a comment!
If you haven’t already heard, Facebook recently announced a whole slew of changes (it’s a shocker, I know), including the ability to post a Facebook “Like” button on any website…
There’s been a lot of press about real-time search, and the search engines (like Bing or Google) that have previously jumped on board, but many are still questioning what all the fuss is about.
Bored with the same old Twitter strategy? Are you looking for creative ways to generate business interest on Twitter? Here are a few ideas for using Twitter in a new way.
Twitter’s new “List” feature is one of those interesting-sounding ideas that no one’s really sure what to do with. Yet for businesses, this is a great tool to explore. Here are five creative ways to use Twitter lists to benefit of your business:
We started this series a couple of posts back, with the intention of giving people who are a new to social media, a basic rundown of the biggest four social media sites there are today (though that could very well likely change rapidly, as things tend to do online). So far we’ve covered Linkedin and Facebook, and why it’s a good idea to be on them. Today, we’ll be talking about Twitter.