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Old 07-13-2015, 01:20 AM
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Default How to spread a tweet beyond your audience?

Iíd love some advice on tweeting people I donít know or follow with information about our companyís campaign.
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Old 07-13-2015, 04:17 AM
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I’d love some advice on tweeting people I don’t know or follow with information about our company’s campaign.
Do not start out by spamming people about your campaign. First and foremost, find out what’s going on in your industry (niche) and what your potential customers are interested in. You can use Twitter search to read current relevant conversations and jump in where you can "add value" to that conversation.

When people see that you are adding value to a conversation, and not just spamming them about your company's campaign, they will follow you. Continue to add value and continue to build relationships with your followers. Once you have followers that trust you, you can "slowly" begin to bring in information, or share a link, about your company's campaign.
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Old 07-13-2015, 01:40 PM
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You also need to use relevant hashtags. A hashtag goes like this on your tweet, for example:

Want to learn how to #makemoneyonline? PM me to learn more! #makemoneyonline #writing #money

See how I did that? You should also install ritetag to your browser because it will help you figure out the best hashtags for your tweet. Hope this helps!
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Old 07-14-2015, 02:18 AM
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Dear Jeffrey and cwilson26, thanks for your time and valuable comments.
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Old 07-14-2015, 05:28 PM
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Thanks for this, great info.
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Old 07-20-2015, 12:18 PM
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Do not start out by spamming people about your campaign. First and foremost, find out whatís going on in your industry (niche) and what your potential customers are interested in. You can use Twitter search to read current relevant conversations and jump in where you can "add value" to that conversation.

When people see that you are adding value to a conversation, and not just spamming them about your company's campaign, they will follow you. Continue to add value and continue to build relationships with your followers. Once you have followers that trust you, you can "slowly" begin to bring in information, or share a link, about your company's campaign.
Agree. You want to get familiar with the market first, and let your followers get to know you. Approaching them out of the blue may seem like spamming.
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That is very true. Search for the relative hashtag (#) for your niche, see what people are tweeting about, add your insight, retweet anything that will resonate with your audience, and follow them. Eventually this can lead to a conversation about your products or services.
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Old 08-08-2015, 10:07 AM
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try using hashtags, it will keep you on talking to everyone, but also you have to talk to your followers so they will not think youre a spammer.
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I'd also add, next to use of hashtags, know your CUSTOMER and where to find them. Follow complimentary businesses or people, and again, do not SPAM or end up losing out when you get blocked.
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Old 08-26-2015, 12:46 AM
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Well, the first thing would be to post valuable information. Don't be too over promotional. Sometimes, you can share something that's not about your company, maybe a joke or a saying. That actually interests certain people who would want to follow what you share. And then you follow people. Choose wisely when you follow. Choose those who share valuable information which you can also retweet to your followers. And then don't be selfish posting online your tweets, do retweet other posts. Aside from having more info to share, you'd also get more followers through that. People love following those who retweet posts, which give them the impression that you are open to sharing their posts as well.
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