So you've signed up to Twitter, or maybe you've been using it for a while.
You have a handful of followers and you follow a bunch of people
How can you really make it work for you?
Why are you using Twitter?
Because you want to find potential clients?
Lets suppose you are an engineer and want to find more architects to work with, here's how you go about it...this works on the desktop site as it has more functionality, not the mobile site which is simplified.
Click on the search bar and type in #architects.
You then have an option to look at
So click on
More options on the far right...
...a drop down menu has various options, you want near you. This opens another screen where you can type in your location and a whole lot of other stuff to narrow your search. Start with location and see what you get.
Scroll through the results, pick on someone you like the look of and
You see, Twitter is a soft way of getting yourself noticed.
The key to the success of this strategy is what you post, your voice.
So what do you post?
REGULARLY...not once a week or month when you have something interesting to say.
Several times a day.
Not all at once, set yourself a shedule.
A tool like Buffer is great for this.
That way you aren't chained to Twitter.
You take a little time to work things out then leave the software to work in the background for you.
Now, watch your business grow.
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