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Twitter Success Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Things to Do before Starting Marketing on Twitter
Chapter 2: Get Ready to Go Manual or Full Auto
Chapter 3: Twitter Marketing – Doing It Manually
Chapter 4: Manual Tweeting: Pros and Cons
Chapter 5: Finding the Right Niche Influence Leaders on Twitter
Chapter 6: Follow and Engage
Chapter 7: What Happens When You Reach High Engagement Levels?
Chapter 8: Optimizing Your Content
Chapter 9: Leverage the Power of Questions
Chapter 10: Twitter Marketing – Best Practices to Follow
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If you’re looking for a fairly automated way to build a brand online, you don’t have to look further than Twitter. In fact, for the longest time, a lot of marketers and marketing companies have long
considered Twitter as a great place for brand formation. If you’re looking for an online brand, Twitter is a great place to start. It’s easy to see why.
Twitter is so easy to use. You just need to post a tweet that is one hundred forty characters. You need to do it long enough. You have to pick the right hashtags. You have to pick the right content and, given enough focus and attention to detail, you will get it right. It’s just a matter of time.
Of course, this does not mean automatic success but, with everything else being equal, Twitter compared to other social media platforms, is definitely easier to master. Why?
First of all, it is very friendly to automation. That’s right. You can automate pretty much everything you do on Twitter. This is why a lot of people use it to make money from the Internet on autopilot.
They don’t have to babysit each tweet. They don’t have to sit around to figure out what’s going on. They can pretty much set a strategy, let software do it, let the process run for some time, double-check their work, make some adjustments here and there and then let it run.
Basically, they keep repeating this process until they get it right. Again, you can run things on autopilot. With that said, you shouldn’t expect much traffic if you just started on this platform. I hate to break it to you but, just like with anything else in life, you can’t start out at the top.
You can’t expect massive success without having put in the time. While the actual work involved in Twitter can be so well-managed that it almost feels like everything is automated, it still requires work.
I know this is going to discourage a lot of people because a lot of people are looking for get-rich-quick schemes. A lot of people are looking for some sort of one-size-fits-all, cookie-cutter instant-success formula.
Unfortunately, Twitter doesn’t work that way. It can deliver success pretty much on an automated basis, but you have to pay your dues to get there.
Everybody is different. Everybody’s situation is different. Everybody’s goals are different. This is why you need to put in the time.
The good news is if you are able to do that, you will be greatly rewarded by this platform because of certain key features of this system.
What is so great about this platform is that it has fairly easy mechanics. It really does. When people use Twitter for the first time, they just tweet away. They just think of things to say and in one hundred forty characters, they tweet away.
Sooner or later, they realize that they would reach a wider range of people if they use hashtags. Even later, they figure out that people who tweet about certain topics all the time are more likely to send them more visitors or more interested followers if they engage with them.
In other words, Twitter is one of those platforms that you just have to figure out in broad terms to lay out an initial strategy. Implement that strategy and then learn from your results.
Chapter 01 – Things to Do before Starting Marketing on Twitter
Before you even seriously think of starting on Twitter, do these first. If you set up a website, you should have been doing these already. Just in case you’re unclear on the concept or just in case you did things out of order, here are the things that you should do before you even think of marketing on Twitter.
Pick Your Niche
It’s really important to understand that if you want to be successful on the Internet, you must have a laser focus on how you’re going to make money. A lot of people are clueless regarding this.
In fact, a lot of them think that they just need to buy a system that somebody else has built and they will make money. What they’re really saying to themselves is that they’re too lazy to think through their online business.
That’s always a dangerous proposition because when you let another person do your thinking for you, you’re going to have to deal with the consequences. You have to understand that when people build systems for others, they’re usually trying to cut corners.
They’re trying to make the most amount of money with the least amount of effort. Do you think they have your best interest in mind with that attitude? Of course not.
This is why it’s a bad idea to let somebody else pick your business for you. You have to do it yourself. You have to know what you’re doing. You have to know who you’re going to be marketing to, what exactly you’re going to be pushing and how you’re actually going to be making money on the Internet.
You can’t just buy some sort of “business in a box” and expect everything to work out smoothly. That happy ending that you may have been dreaming of may be a very distant and even impossible dream. Why? You just didn’t step up. You have to do all of this yourself.
The most important is to pick a niche. A niche is a subject matter category or some sort of category for whatever collection of needs you are trying to address.
What kind of problems do the products you are promoting or the website you are building address? Pick that niche. Understand how that niche compares with other niches. Understand whether it fits your amount of resources and your expectations.
Build a Site
You can outsource this. You can create a site that addresses your niche. When you’re building a website, you’re not just putting up a nice-looking online destination. It must do
something. It must convert the traffic that you drive to that site into cold, hard cash.
Create a Mailing List
Next, you have to create a mailing list. This is crucial. Your mailing list is actually the payload of your website. Sure, you may be putting up affiliate ads on your website.
When people click these and they land on the sales or landing page, they may buy something. When they do that, you get a commission.
That’s nice and everything but if you really want to make money over the long term, create a mailing list. Why? Whatever credibility, respect or trust you create with your website, you maintain with your mailing list. When you have an update on your website, you just publish the link on your mailing list and invite people to click through, and you have yourself a nice burst of traffic.
I’ve got some bad news to share with you. The vast majority of people who visit your website will never come back again. That’s the harsh reality.
When you have a mailing list, you get to retain some of that traffic. You only need to set an update, and you get a nice little surge of traffic because people saw your e-mail and clicked on your link.
This enables you to retain some of the value of the hard work and time you put into branding and promoting your website.
To create a mailing list, you have to offer a premium. It’s some sort of freebie. It’s some sort of incentive for people to join your mailing list. Of course, you make this case on your squeeze page. You advertise the value of the freebie you’re giving on a page called a squeeze page. This is where people enter their e-mail addresses to subscribe to your mailing list.
Please understand that there is a big danger here. This is a warning. Don’t go overboard in promoting the freebie because if you do that, people will sign up for the free booklet, the free course or the free book.
They couldn’t care less about the updates your mailing list will send them. In fact, if you push the freebie too hard, they might even think that the updates you send are some form of spam because you caught them by surprise. Do you see how this works?
There has to be a healthy balance between getting people pumped up to join your mailing list because they’re getting something for doing it, but also letting them know that they are getting a better value by being on your list just because you will be sending them information that would enable them to solve all sorts of problems in their lives that are related to your niche. Do you see how this works? Do you see the balance?
Create an e-Book or Report or Some Sort of High-Value Giveaway
When you create a mailing list, there has to be some sort of incentive for people to sign up to your list. I wish it were as
easy as saying that your website is so awesome that your visitors owe it to themselves to sign up to your list.
I’m telling you if that is your strategy, you’re probably going to get very few list members. Why? People need a push. They may be impressed by your website, they may like what you’re doing but this may not be enough to get them off the fence.
To many people, entering an e-mail address into a field is a lot of effort. You have to give them some sort of valuable incentive for them to sign up for your list.
Generally, I would use some of my most popular blog posts, or I would come up with a distilled version or a cheat sheet version. Usually, this works. Other times I would use some sort of massive compilation of resources that are an answer to people’s problems.
Whatever the case may be the value of the incentive must be obvious. They don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to figure out the value of what you’re giving away.
Again, to reiterate the value must not be so big and steal so much of the spotlight that people forget that they’re signing up for mailing list. It must share equal billing with the list. You have to promote the freebie in such a way that it is still clear to the person registering to your mailing list that they are signing up for a mailing list.
Find Top-Notch Content in Your Niche
Once you’ve set up a website and a mailing list, the next step on your journey to marketing your website and mailing list on Twitter is content. It’s easy to
get tempted and think that you’re some sort of niche genius. You get all excited about a hot idea or a hot blog post topic, so you write a blog article. You put in the time, effort and energy to do that, but what happens?
Nine times out of ten, that content doesn’t work. For whatever reason, people do not seek it out. You don’t get traffic with it. You are not alone when this happens. The idea of “build it and they will come” is a dead end.
Thankfully, there’s a shortcut. Focus on content in your niche that already works. Look at the social media accounts of influential people or companies in your niche. Look at the content they’re sharing. Pay attention to how many social signals they get. Do they get a lot of retweets, likes, favorites? Do they get shared a lot on Facebook? Using this objective social signal information, select their best content and reverse-engineer it.
Reverse Engineering Top-Shelf Niche Content
Now that you have a clear understanding of what’s hot and what’s not in your niche, the next step is to reverse engineer your competitor’s best content.
How do you do this? First of all, you just focus on their topic. If they’re talking about a certain personality in your niche, then talk about that person because obviously the fact that they’re getting all this attention from your niche audience means people are truly interested in that personality.
However, don’t stop there. Come up with something new. Maybe interview that person directly or maybe take some sort of controversial angle. Maybe you can give more complete information. Whatever the case may be come up with content that is obviously superior. This is what’s going to make your tweets more popular. This is what will speed your branding efforts up.
I’m sorry but if you’re just going to offer the same content that everybody in your niche is already offering, there’s really no reason the people you’re reaching out to should follow you. Think about it, if they think that you’re giving them the same stuff as other sites, why go to you? They can easily have gone to those other sites.
Draw their attention based on familiar themes. Keep their attention by doing something a bit different. It doesn’t have to be much. You don’t have to be a hero. You don’t have to go overboard, but it has to be different enough.
Unfortunately, this is one of those things that you will have to figure out firsthand. You would have to do it through trial and error. You have to learn through trial and error.
Set Up Consistent Social Media Accounts
Now that you have followed the steps above, you can now start setting up your social media accounts. For starters,
you should focus on YouTube, Google
Plus, Facebook Groups, Facebook Pages, Twitter and maybe Pinterest. Start with these. Later on, you can branch out to other social media platforms like Quora, Instagram and others.
Your social media accounts must be consistent with each other. Your headers must have the same design. Your biography and other text must have similar elements. The key here is to project consistency. Consistency indicates professionalism. You’re not just some random person working out of your mom’s garage putting up one random website after the other.
It can also help you solidify your brand. If you make a good impression on Facebook Groups and people click through to your Twitter account and they see similar messaging, they can see that you are consistent, constant and offer different types of content. This would help them become more comfortable with your brand. This would help them view your brand as more credible.
Commit to Specialized
Content on Your Social
Here’s the big danger with having many social media accounts. It’s very easy to see that a lot of
companies put up a presence on many different platforms. That’s great and everything because you have many ways of getting new traffic. The problem is they post the same content across the board.
This is a problem. When people approach your brand on Twitter, they’re looking for content that is slightly different from the content they would expect on Facebook Groups, your Facebook Fan Page and definitely your YouTube Channel.
You have to be aware of these different expectations and give them what they’re looking for. Oftentimes, this is as simple as the form of content you offer. Obviously, when you’re on YouTube, it would suck if you just offer blank videos of somebody reading your articles.
That’s not going to work. At least bother to use slide shows with the article. Preferably, you should have some sort of video spokesperson who speaks directly to the people during the video.
Each platform’s content must maximize the format requirements of that specific platform.
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