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Teena’s Marketing Tip 009 Recommend Others with Follow Friday

Teena’s Marketing Tip 009 Recommend Others with Follow Friday

A common hashtag is #FollowFriday and another is #TravelTuesday. You’ll find many more too by searching Twitter

April 04, 2014 at 04:42PM


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Marketing Tip 008 – Schedule Your Tweets

Marketing Tip 008 – Schedule Tweets Ahead of Time

Marketing Tip 008 - Schedule Your Tweets

Writing a week or more worth of tweets in advance, and then scheduling them is a great way to save time and effort. Quite often some of your tweets can be repeated month after month, so a new Twitter audience will get to see them too.

April 04, 2014 at 08:38AM

 


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Marketing Tip 007 – Using Twitter Hashtags

Marketing Tip 007 – Using Twitter Hashtags like Categories in Twitter

Marketing Tip 007 - Using Twitter Hashtags

What is a HASHTAG?

A “HASH” symbol can be found:

  • on your computer keyboard above the 3
  • on your smart phone keypad generally below the 9.

On Twitter, a “tag” is something used to keep similar tweets or messages together.

By combining the two – a hash symbol and a tag – you can easily tweet the “hashtag” to keep certain Twitter “tweets” (messages) together.

Marketing Tip 006 Add your link or URL to every photo or image

Marketing Tip 006 Add your link or URL to every photo or image

Marketing Tip 006 – Adding your URL to images make it easy to find YOU

Many people forget to put their link or URL on every photo or image they post online.

This is a missed opportunity, as you never know where the image my end up — and you want folks to come find you, don’t you? Sure you do 🙂

For example, in the image above, my website name appears in grey towards the bottom of the image.  This is a thumbnail of the actual size, but it can still be read, so if this image gets ‘liked’ or ‘shared’, people will know how to get back to the author or originator.