You can locate the entire course in the green bar below the header text in the tab reading “Twitter Instructional Videos” I am going to be uploading a series of instructional videos for twitter. They are great for the beginner through advanced user. They begin with basic information and become more comples as they proceed. […]
Do you want to use Twitter as an internet marketing tool? If so, congratulations. You are taking a step in the right direction. Once people realize that Twitter is more than just a way to stay in contact with friends and family, they start to see success. Depending on how you earn income, that success […]
Do you sell products online? Whether you run an online retail store or if you sell on eBay, internet marketing should be a component of your business plan. When you market your products, you increase your earnings potential. In terms of internet marketing, there are many successful approaches. These approaches include article directories, purchasing advertisements, […]
Twitter Marketing Dos and Don’ts Do you want to use Twitter as an internet marketing tool? If so, it is important to proceed with caution. Developing a brand on Twitter is important, but if you are not careful, that brand could come with a bad reputation. So, what are the biggest Twitter dos and don’ts? […]
Twitter Internet Marketing in 7 Easy Steps Although many internet users use Twitter as a social networking tool, it can also be used as an internet marketing tool. Regardless of what you want to market, whether it be a website, a blog, a product, or a service, you can do so with Twitter and in […]
Nielsen surveyed 200,000 users from June 2009 to June 2010 and found that the amount of time users spent on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social sites grew from 16 percent to 23 percent.
You’ve followed a few people and want to find out what they’ve tweeted. To read your twitter time line, simply log in, hit the home link at the top and scroll down. When you reach the bottom, click the “more” button to see earlier tweets. Repeat as often as you’d like.
You will be taken to a form where you will be asked to add a variety of information.
• Add your full name so people can find you by name.
• Include a user name. For business accounts this is usually a business’ name, domain name, or some variation. For the purpose of this how-to, we’ll use tools4teachers.
Twitter has long been considering e-commerce as one of its revenue models. On Tuesday it unveiled its first foray into selling products.