Definitely not used to long conversations in text. Spoken text is fine if you are 13 years old, as an adult professional is not good for the promotion of your business, are you going to seem silly, and not deliver your messages in a way efficient. Council 3: share and share alike if you have some good news related to your business or your personal life copia stop all the world love the one good news.! Do not share links to your site, your blog, your local news service, or anything else other than the interests of your followers, this is a great way to get the talks to continue without problems. But I warn you that show the links, your followers they feel less inclined to click and will not make Tweets in the same link over and over again, people quickly get bored and can get angry. Get retweet the links from your friends, they'll also be thankful, and also your followers will do so if the link is interesting and relevant. But here is something to be done ensures you click on the link and read the content before sharing it with your followers, or you you may end up sharing a page that is irrelevant or offensive, or which contradicts your common position on the subject. Council 4: be part of the community not treat Twitter as your personal Billboard. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Michael Chabon. It is not that, twitter is a community of million strong members, and the community as a whole is not very tolerant of users who consistently publish advertising.
Trying to follow you to the 80-20 rule when using Twitter for business: no more than 20% of your Tweets should advertise or promote your product, and at least 80% should be not - promote. If you can get the ratio of up to 90-10 or 95-5, better still. Listen to what people say, and join Twitter in a network of conversations, so it is a good practice to listen and respond to those talks that interest you, do not stay in the middle of the room with a megaphone, yelling'm fabulous! I am selling player is 20% off this week! Once again if you would not do in a business event, don't do it on Twitter. Get retweet for requests from your friends for help (for example, charitable organizations and requests for sponsorship appeals), and if you they introduce friends who are new to Twitter and could do some fans. Council 5: Beware of the language do not use offensive language to represent your company on Twitter, even mild swearing and cursing in public not is also professional. Use Twitter to respond to customer questions and solve their problems, by all means, many organizations use Twitter as a tool to the customer in a very effective manner. But never, never use a tone of bad education or impatient with a client. On Twitter, what you say is seen, so leave your followers with the best impression of your brand on everything as possible time Internet has a very long memory. Finally, it comes to enjoy when you use Twitter.