Category Archives: Twitter Tip

Don't use URL shorteners on Twitter for your own website (image)

Is it ok to use URL shorteners on Twitter?

Wondering “Is it ok to use URL shorteners on Twitter?”

The simple answer is … well, it’s not so simple if you want to use link shorteners on Twitter.

Let me ask you this – when you post a link on Twitter, do you want “link juice“? Is the link pointing back to YOUR website for SEO backlinking?

Treat your website like a garden - nurture it - Twitter tip 004 (image)

Treat your website like a garden

Treat your website like a garden oasis – Twitter Tip 004

I’ve got two new flowerpots on my office windowsill with geranium cuttings in them, and each day I have a look to see if there are any new shoots or leaves. I really want these geraniums to survive, so I care for them tenderly and talk to them each day – well, ok, you don’t have to talk to your plants if you don’t want to 🙂

Treat current customers like gold - they'll love it! (image)

Treat current customers like gold Tip 003

Treat current customers like gold and really MEAN it

These days everyone is pretty much overwhelmed by hype, pretence and blather – do you treat current customers like gold? If not, it’s time to look at how you do treat them – and see if there’s room for improvement.

Twitter Tip 002 - Use numbers when naming PDFs for better open rates (image)

Twitter Tip 002

Twitter Tip 002 – use numbers when naming PDFs

My Twitter Tip 002 is to recommend that you use numbers when naming PDFs, white papters, case studies, reports etc, by simply create a heading/title of interest, for example: “7 Great Ways To Distribute Press Releases“. Statistics show that you will have a better “open rate” if you do, meaning more folks will open your email or download your document etc.

Biz Marketing Tip 001 - sign up for Google Alerts (image)

Biz Marketing Twitter Tip 001

Twitter Tip 001 – do this before everything else

One of the very first things you need to do for your business is to create GOOGLE ALERTS.

These are clever little ‘marketing robots’ who search the internet high and low to see if you’re mentioned anywhere.