Have you mastered Facebook yet fear Twitter? Does Twitter seem like a never-ending stream of unrelated thoughts passing you by at incredible speed? Are you uncertain about how to add your content into the fray without seeming like a spammer?
Come on now, let’s give that fear a good old smack down!
It’s time to break out of your cocoon and emerge as a beautiful social media butterfly! Even better, you can use the amazing content you have created in relevant ways to win customers and influence on Twitter. It’s not hard to get going if you follow the five-step program for social media content marketing success outlined in this article on Maximize Social Business.
The article shows you how to promote your content in such a way that you don’t come off as spammy or self-centered. It includes suggestions for tools as well as free ways you can adjust your social media strategy to create momentum, traffic, respect, and customers.
Are you ready to win on Twitter?
Ready? Steady. GO! Check out the complete article written by Glance Vice President of Marketing Holly Chessman and published on Maximize Social Business: How to Win Customers and Gain Influence through Content Marketing on Twitter.
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Glance helps enterprise organizations create the ultimate customer experience with smart, omni-channel visual engagement solutions based around integrated cobrowse, screen share, and one-way agent video. We are one of the world’s simplest, most reliable and secure platforms that enable companies to see, show and share anything online, creating a frictionless path to great experiences in sales, support and customer service. The result is improved customer satisfaction and loyalty, increased revenue growth and operational savings. From financial services and healthcare to retail and travel and leisure, even the most advanced technology and SaaS organizations – we transform the customer experience for today’s business. Learn More »