Twitter Is Good For Businesses

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on October 27, 2009
Posted Under: Twitter

You know that Twitter is good for business, when both Google, and Bing, begin to index Tweets in the search engine results.twitter2

Although we’re not sure how they are going to accomplish it; last week, both Google and Bing, made their announcements to that effect.

If you need to be convinced that Twitter is good for business, just go to some of the “big boys” websites to confirm my opinion.

Twitter has been steadily growing in importance, attracting more and more followers every day.

Since so many consumers are now using social media sites like Twitter, more and more savvy internet marketers have noticed that online merchants, are also testing the waters, and experimenting with Twitter.

To date, most merchants still do not seem to be paying much attention to Twitter, or to the other social media sites; however, with Google and Bing’s  announcement, things are about to change!

If you’re not currently on a social website like Twitter, your competition may already be out gunning you.

You should consider using Twitter to promote your brand, increase your visibility, and maximize your earnings.

twitterIt’s obvious that Twitter is good for business, when e commerce merchants like Amazon, Sears, and Walmart, start using accounts dedicated to Twitter.

This should tell you something.

Some merchants like Amazon, use multiple accounts to manage different sectors of their business, while others like Sears, use only one interactive account.

If you decide to experiment with Twitter, it’s important for you to explain to your customers, exactly how you operate.

You should clarify how many accounts you have; and what type of information you provide on each account.

This clears up any confusion your followers might have, and gives them up to date information on your products, or services.

Keep your customers happy, and give them Tweets with the information they are looking for.

Twitter is good for business;  take advantage of it, and use it wisely!

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