Twitter For Business

We are passionate about helping SME’s achieve their social media goals and demonstrating how using a social network like Twitter correctly can be instrumental for business growth and development, so last night our Director Clare hosted a ‘Twitter For Business’ Workshop in Bournemouth with Get Set For Growth and Natwest.

Whether you’re social media savvy or need a helping hand, this workshop aimed to give participants everything they really needed to know about mastering Twitter to grow their business and help them create an unmissable Twitter presence direct to their target audience.

Here’s some of what we covered…

  • What Twitter is and why YOUR business should be using it
  • How to create a Twitter account and profile set up tips – how to create a killer bio!
  • The Twitter “lingo” – knowing your retweets and @ from your #
  • How to build a following for your business on Twitter
  • What should my business be tweeting?? (we get asked that all the time)

South Coast Social Director Clare Groombridge and Lucy Kitcher from Natwest.

With hundreds of millions of users and over 500 million Tweets being sent each day, Twitter offers a great opportunity for businesses to reach a global audience of new and existing customers and it was great to see so many enthusiastic small businesses realising the potential that Twitter could bring to their brand.

No matter what type of business you are — from a large retailer to a freelance designer; from a B2B software provider to a mobile app company, you can use Twitter to build meaningful connections with a relevant and engaged audience. These connections can lead to actions across a network of loyal customers for your business!

Would you like a FREE copy of our Twitter Tips for Business? Simply email info@southcoastsocial.com with ‘FREE TIPS PLEASE’ in the subject line and we’ll get a copy over to you ASAP!

Find out more about Get Set For Growth HERE.

 

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