Twitter can be a great tool for marketing as it’s free, quick and you can do it yourself. Alongside the day to day drip-feed of entertaining content, it can also be used as a powerful B2B (or in some cases B2C) marketing tool. Here’s my tips on using #hours.
A few basics to start…
- Tweets are public. You don’t have to be following someone to see what they tweet, unless you have your security settings locked down.
- @ in front of someone’s name anywhere in a tweet addresses a tweet directly to them. The world can still see it, but they will get a notification that you’ve said it to them (the same as tagging someone on Facebook).