Not sure how Twitter could work for you?


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Not sure how Twitter could work for you?  Well here is a sample of it from this morning.

  •  I follow @MarketingVeep, she RT (re-tweeted) @GuyKawasaki 30 tweeting women entrepreneurs to follow http://om.ly/ckmd
  • I trust her, it sounded interesting…. click
  • I RT it as well – plus thanked her (and got a note back)
  • Read the article and clicked to see @entreprediva, started following her because I liked her stuff
  • AND RT her RT of something by @dave_carpenter “ Are you crystal clear on what you DID accomplish in 2009? It is important to your success in 2010: http://bit.ly/5Pnwes
  • Started following HIM and am participating in his #2010Plan program
  • Which I was a twit and posted “just joined @dave_carpenter in his #2010Plan check out daily steps for having a fantastic 2010 http://tiny.cc/GKql3” on twitter

 

Now to follow through – each user of Twitter has a different idea and expectation of post content as well as frequency. This is truly a personal choice – so I’m not going to tell you my frequency criteria… rather that I need to feel their posts add something to my knowledge base or add I might not have known at all.

 

So the question you need to answer is – if I’m going to tweet… who is my target market and what do THEY want to know? along with how often do they want to hear from me?

 

ps: this doesn’t happen for me every day 🙂

 

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