Microblogging For Company

Blogging gets people into all sorts of trouble. Oppressive regimes persecute bloggers. Blogging about work regularly opens the door to disaster. The award-winning police blogger known as Nightjack was outed by the press and subjected to disciplinary proceedings. In a recent case, insults about a model led to the disclosure of the blogger’s identity and a lawyer’s banquet. Exposing your personal life can be dangerous, even if you remain anonymous. Twitter is quickly becoming one of the most amazingly popular social media networking sites on the World Wide Web.

Now with over six million users (and growing) this microblogging site has attracted everyone from President Obama to NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal. It is a business rule http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microblogging_in_China to know your customers and your product before you promote them. Do you know what are your customers and where do they live? Do you have any idea of their potential interests in your product? Seems too difficult to answer right? Yes it is a difficult question to answer until you are focused and sure about it.

When you answer these questions, you can easily make money with Twitter. So what reason is there to use Twitter for your business? Imagine that you’re having a sale or promoting a new product. You’ve done your due diligence with all your standard advertising but you want to reach people instantly. How about being able to reach tens of thousands of people across multiple platforms (PC, Mac, iPhone and Smartphone) in just a few seconds with a short, enticing sales pitch?

What could that do for your businesses bottom line? Being an avid tweeter, I said I used it primarily for business, which is not only true but also sad. I decided I needed to reevaluate my Twitter usage and perhaps provide some insight about the whole Twitter usage for those who are not using Twitter for business and they just do not get it. Clearly, a goal-driven mindset is important to become a better tweeter. The goal maybe to conduct business or for self-improvement.

The user with a goal in mind is on the road to becoming a better tweeter, while the rest stay stuck and remain sadly part of the run-of-the-mill group. Exactly what caught my attention were the topics covered cheap they’d utilized something like Debategraph for that construction of collective knowledge. Anything suitable, because the platform to create visual maps of content groups and subcategories.

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