10 Quick Tips for Generating Leads From Twitter

first_imgStarting slow can be the smartest way to develop your @twitter lead gen programs #twitter25— Rebecca Ferrell (@rferrell01) June 26, 2014 If you use an image, don’t put it right after your lead gen link – your link won’t stand out #Twitter25— Caitlin Shanly (@CaitShanly) June 26, 2014 2) Treat lead-gen tweets differently. Topics: 3) Keep hashtags to a minimum in lead-gen tweets. Awesome tweets for lead gen: Short, clear CTA, one link, and interesting copy. Do NOT use hashtags, mentions, multiple links. #Twitter25— Kelvin (KC) Claveria (@kcclaveria) June 26, 2014 Look at engagement rates, clicks, cost per engagement to measure success of tweets #Twitter25— Caitlin Shanly (@CaitShanly) June 26, 2014 Twitter isn’t just for getting followers, retweets, and replies — it’s also a valuable marketing channel for generating qualified leads. But when you’re trying to generate leads on Twitter, your tweets have to be a little different than normal. With a few tweaks, your tweets can be transformed into lead generation machines — you just have to know what those little tweaks are.Recently, Twitter’s Anne Mercogliano and HubSpot’s Kipp Bodnar teamed up to share their top tips for generating leads on Twitter in just 25 minutes a day. (You can click here to access the recording now.) In case you missed it or don’t have time to watch the recording, below are the top ten tips they recommended for getting leads from Twitter.1) Allocate time each day to your Twitter tasks. Want to share these tips? Here’s a ready-made tweet:Click to tweet: 10 Quick Tips for Getting Leads from Twitter – http://bit.ly/1qRsdrI by @DianaUrban at @HubSpot #TwitterTip #twitter25 5) Space out the link and image in lead-gen tweets. You don’t have to be on twitter #24hours a day to be successful. Find your “hot spot” times and determine your largest reach #twitter25— Chris (@live_tweetin) June 26, 2014 Originally published Jun 30, 2014 10:00:00 AM, updated July 28 2017 7) When creating Twitter ads, segment your audience. Target your audience on Twitter with content relevant to: – Keywords they’re using – Interests – Geography – Gender #twitter25— Diana Urban (@DianaUrban) June 26, 2014 8) Measure the performance of each lead-gen tweet. It’s good to have a balance of organic & paid tweets. Evaluate your goals. Use paid to supplement your organic reach. #Twitter25— HubSpot (@HubSpot) June 26, 2014 Hashtags are great for accessing conversations surrounding a specific topic, but may distract someone from clicking on a link. #Twitter25— HubSpot (@HubSpot) June 26, 2014 #socialmedia | Lead gen tweets do not have to be boring! Spice up your tweet copy with adjectives, questions, and variety. #Twitter25— TriCelerate (@TriCelerate) June 26, 2014 Don’t forget #inboundmarketing and following up with your leads! This will LEAD to huge success! #twitter25— Joel Szymanski (@wildtrek) June 26, 2014 10) Follow up with the leads you generate quickly. 9) Don’t burn through cash too quickly. 4) Don’t assume that lead-gen tweets need to be boring. 6) Supplement your organic reach with paid tweets. Twitter Marketing Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlacklast_img

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