I am not a social media expert, but I do participate in the social media scene. I have a Facebook fan page, a Twitter account, and a LinkedIn account. I try to update each of these accounts regularly as I feel it is important, but some days I fail miserably on this. So imagine my surprise when my Twitter account scored an 86 on the website grader by Hubspot!
I had thought I was failing miserably, but how wrong I was. It seems that content is just as important on Twitter as it is in your website. You see, I don’t tweet 20 tweets at a time. I tweet what I consider to be relevant to the real estate industry, or items that I find useful or interesting. There are so many people on Twitter, just tweeting for the sake of tweets.
Just so you know, I don’t follow those people. I Unfollow those people. I want the content I am viewing to be as informative as the content I tweet about myself.
What is your Twitter strategy? Do you have one? Share your Twitter success story here!
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