6 Cool Twitter interaction strategies For Beginners – Part 1

Untweeps: Untweeps is an application that allows you to unfollow “stale followers.” These are the folks who don’t tweet enough. It will list your followers who haven’t tweeted in the last 30 days and then you can unfollow them…who wants to follow a tweeter who doesn’t tweet? Not me. Once your blog is up and running, you start blogging or writing smart, useful and fun articles that show the breadth and depth of your expertise. Of course, you’d include links on your articles back to your website-and that’s how online surfers get to visit your domain.

If you are going to use a microblogging service, try getting as many followers as possible. Interacting with people and responding to comments on a microblogging service is much harder when compared to using social networking websites, mostly due to the number of updates that microblogging users get in their feeds. Post updates regularly and always look for new followers. When approached correctly, strategy becomes a long-term response to the changing environment.

This involves making a fundamental decision about how to match resources to the ever-changing environment. “Doing the right thing is far more important than doing things right.” Although I can’t remember who said this, it’s oh so true when it comes to branding strategies. Here are the cool things about it: So you get all the power of twitter but all your posts, replies, direct messages are place into their own group which makes things easier to manage.

You can add people into new groups. You can create your own search groups. Amidst all of this, few people have noticed that Citrix recently bought Cloud for between $200 and $250 million in a major move towards strengthening its hand in the http://idgknowledgehub.com/tag/brands/page/2/ cloud computing world. Noteworthy in this is that Cloud’s major investor was Menlo Park’s Redpoint Ventures who is on an impressive streak of late. In addition to their cashout of Cloud, Redpoint has also recently made successful exits recently with companies like Qihoo and Home Away, both of which went public and have a total market value of nearly $6 billion.

Let’s just say they’re having a pretty good year. The important thing to remember is that when doing a video, make sure you have a tripod to avoid the “shaky hand” effect. Also, make sure the lighting is good, preferably natural light. Be yourself and speak to the camera like you’re speaking with a patient. It will take you a few times to get comfortable, but when you do, you’ll be able to deliver value that will sit online 24/7 and generate traffic.

Using cool applications like Twitpic and Tweetube, users can share pictures, videos, and music files in Twitter. The better tweeter is not afraid to diversify his or her tweets to include these different media. Followers will appreciate the variety, and will definitely perk up at the pleasing distractions from the monotonous 140-character text.

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