Social media advertising ‘Like’ or ‘Dislike’?

By Maxine Brown
In Blog
Apr 9th, 2013
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socialmediaTo anyone in the know with Twitter – how do you do it?!!

I wouldn’t consider myself a luddite, Facebook – I get, you post a pic/ statement, it gets liked, shared or mentioned, result! Your business and AMAZING talent is shared with the world! You can see the people that have liked or commented on it thus have the opportunity to connect with potential new customers answer any questions etc.
Twitter – totally over my head!
Other than asking to re-Tweet how do you advertise on there? Also how to you monitor the amount of re-Tweets for example if you we’re entering the ‘Tweeters’ into a prize draw?

Any advice on how to advertise successfully on Twitter or any social media site would be gratefully received (ok ok, yes I’m #OutOfTouch) 🙂

7 Responses to “Social media advertising ‘Like’ or ‘Dislike’?”

  1. Tanya Hyde says:

    Twitter i admit is just so much hard work! Took me 4 weeks to get my head round it. Not keen on it though, Facebook is much easier. As for advertising, you need followers to tweet to. A giveaway is always the best way to get followers. For example- ‘Re-tweet this to be in with a chance to win a free spray tan.’ That way it gets tweeted in there news feed and then there friends can see it, follow you and BAM! New followers and potential customers 🙂

  2. Sittingbourne Tanning says:

    I don’t currently have a twitter account and was considering it…. But not sure if it will work as I’m not a twitter fan…. Time will tell : )

    • Ann Utter says:

      You have nothing to loose if you do set up a Twitter account. I see it as another way of getting more customers. Friends of mine don’t use both social media sites, it’s either one or the other. But they are both free to use so you won’t be loosing out on money.

  3. Rachel Wise says:

    My Point exactly, if its free and doesn’t take up much of my time I have nothing to lose. It is a lot different to Facebook and tricky to get used to but good to get word out fast on promotions and offers.
    I also love seeing my customers add photos after they have been glammed 🙂
    Talent will sell itself on Twitter and Facebook!

  4. Tanya Hyde says:

    Yeah, you can only get more clients from it.

  5. michelle spray tan says:

    I am in the process of starting my twitter and Facebook up. I got asked to do it from clients as I can post specials and get more clients that way. Looking forward to it and will report back

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