Contrary to popular belief, Twitter is not just about followers, re-tweets & replies. It’s also one of the most valuable lead generation platforms for the men deeply into sales.
However there is too much of competition & as always… you need to stand out from the crowd to be noticed. It’s a little tricky but certainly doable with a few minor changes to the way you tweet.
Let’s discuss about a few tips that may just make your twitter profile a heavy lead generating machine!
Be there at the Right Time
Being active on Twitter the entire day may not give you the best results. Plenty is just not the best option here.
That’s when you have the best chance to hit the bull’s eye.
Keep it Clean & Structured
It’s a proven fact that you need to keep those lead-generating tweets a little different than your normal ones.
It’s better to avoid too many #hashtags & mentions.
Did I say a bit of Humour!
Yes, everyone likes to have fun. Hence a bit of humour is never a bad idea for a lead-generating tweet.
Say no to Too Many #Hashtags
Contrary to popular belief, #hashtags are only helpful while expressing your views around a popular topic.
Don’t completely rely on Paid Tweets
Paid promotions do help, but solely relying on a paid campaign is not a wise idea. The key is always to keep a healthy mix of paid & organic tweets at regular intervals.
Look at the Numbers Carefully
Once you post a series of tweets, you should always keep a close eye on analytical factors like the likes, clicks, re-tweets, replies, engagement rates etc.
Follow Up, at Any Cost
The job is not done, once you generate a few prospects. This is just the beginning & probably the best time to create a lasting impression on the minds of the prospect.
Above all, keep your patience level up & keep working hard!
You may not see fruitful results in a few days. It just doesn’t happen like that. Stick to your path & give it all you have. Twitter will give you positive results for sure.
It has certainly worked for us & I have no reasons to believe it won’t work for you 🙂
How else have you used #Twitter ? Let’s have a discussion…