I’m going to tell you about Quotes On Twitter : How To Generate Leads On Autopilot.
I talk about why it works for me in generating leads and growing my audience.
Basically put, quotes on Twitter works for retweets, and growing your audience.
When I started using Twitter in early February in 2007 it was a very clunky experience, it was awesome but it was clunky.
Back then it was adopted by the people that were neck-deep in Internet work. People like me, running Internet businesses, or working in digital marketing. It felt like the whole platform was run on a bedroom desktop computer. In fact, I think it was pretty much something similar to that. The “fail whale” joke was born, referencing the website down image of a whale.
We didn’t mind too much, it comes with early adoption of technologies somewhat.
Fast forward to 2016 and things are slick, the site is permanently on, grown massively and the communication has changed, the way it is used it entirely different.
I used to use Twitter for chatting with students, or asking for advice, shooting the breeze. It was all very non-promotional. I do still use Twitter for this but I also now use it differently, and to look to generate leads, which it does.
The problem is this.
It’s a time commitment, I mean it really really takes time, not only to think up content but also to post.
What I have found works well recently is using quotes and hashtags, and automated ones at that.
I have written before on this blog (years ago I might add), about how automation on twitter is a no go. However, I have changed my view on this and now it works very well. And to be honest if it does work well just do it.
Quotes On Twitter : How To Generate Leads On Autopilot
Well, we just love reading things that relate to us. If we stumble across a quote in our Twitter stream that resonates there is a good chance we will do one of two things:
- Like it – or heart it
- Retweet it
It doesn’t matter if we see 50 quotes, sooner or later one will absolutely resonate with a customer and we will be emotionally harmonised to act.
Use hashtags with your Twitter quotes
If you’re not tuned into hashtags on Twitter you should be.
Search activity on twitter is often conducted using hashtags. Include some appropriate hashtags with your quote tweets. Potential customers will find your content that are not following you.
This is attraction marketing, customers attracted and resonating with your quote. The quote does not have to be your words. Use quotes of well known inspiring leaders, it doesn’t matter, if you align with it, that’s OK.
Automate your twitter quotes
You have a lot of options when it comes to automated tweeting.
One of my current favorites is SocialJukebox which has a free option, which includes a hundred or more quotes ready to go.
Choose your platform and put Twitter to work on auto-pilot.
That’s it for now.
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