There are so many ways to use Twitter that I’m surprised that more brands are not thinking for out of the box ideas to engage with your audience.
So today I’m just going to show you some great Twitter marketing tips than can enhance how your brand is telling stories on this platform.
The main things you should remember are:
– Try Poll tweets
– Use Moments for longer discussions and events
– Set up Twitter Cards for your site
– Add stickers to images and emoji to your tweets
– Create Lists for highly engaging accounts
– Use TweetDeck to interact with other accounts
– Check your analytics
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