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If you’ve ever dismissed “the Tweeter” as an unnecessary distraction that yields no measurable ROI, consider the following stats from Social Media Today:
Over the past few months, Twitter has added some new features to help stay current with the ever-changing social media landscape. While you can still count on a fast-paced sharing environment (and yes, you’re still limited to 140 characters per Tweet), the changes are showing that Twitter is willing to adapt to keep its users […]
In the first two installments of this series, we guided you through using LinkedIn and Facebook to grow and nurture your network as a loan originator (LO). Next we’ll talk about Twitter, and how you might tweet your way to closed deals in 140 characters or less.
In the first installment of this series, How to Create Engagement – Facebook for Financial Services, we discussed 6 ways to leverage Facebook to build relationships with your customers. Next we’ll tackle Twitter and unveil 10 tips to tweet safely and compliantly in 140 characters or less. That’s right – while Facebook lets users to […]
Setting Up Your Twitter Profile Twitter – 140 characters of sheer bliss! Don’t feel that way? Don’t stress. We’ve got the basics covered here for you – from setting up your profile to plotting your online presence – guiding you step-by-step through the process. Twitter is a micro-blogging site that started in 2006 as a San Francisco-based […]
Gremln’s “Social Media 101” is a series for social media beginners where we discuss the basics of social media marketing. Today, we define the tweetup. A tweetup is a social gathering of Twitter users that is organized mainly or exclusively through the social network. The name is a mash-up of “tweet” and “meetup,” or “meet-up.” […]
As of Monday, November 1st at 12:00 AM, the recurring tweets feature on TwAitter will be turned off permanently. Any recurring tweets already scheduled for the following week will continue to send until Monday, November 8th at 12:00 AM. At that time all recurring tweets will be automatically set to “paused” and the software that facilitates the sending of recurring messages will be turned off.