Even if you already use Twitter in a business setting, youâ€™ll find some useful thinking in the tips offered by Chris.
- Build an account and immediately start using Twitter Search to listen for your name, your competitorâ€™s names, words that relate to your space. (Listening always comes first.)
- Ask questions. Twitter is GREAT for getting opinions.
- Donâ€™t toot your own horn too much. [â€¦] Or, if you do, try to balance it out by promoting the heck out of others, too.
- If you tweet all day while your coworkers are busy, youâ€™re going to hear about it. If youâ€™re representing clients and billing hours, and tweeting all the time, you might hear about it.
- Commenting on othersâ€™ tweets, and retweeting what others have posted is a great way to build community.
Just a handful from the 50. The list also includes negatives about Twitter you might get and some positives you can counter with.
50 Ideas on Using Twitter for Business. Very useful.