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Twitter for Business


Twitter for Business

Millions of people use Twitter on a daily basis to share ideas and views with others. Users are now looking to Twitter to reach out to businesses and connect with local operations or large international brands.

Building business connections through Twitter can add real value to your business brand

Some of the ways Twitter is used for business

Connect - with others in the same industry
Access - what is being said about your market, organisation, products or brand
Get - market ideas- identify potential new ideas for business and product development
Extended research - enhance and extend your business expert reputation in your industry
Promotion - promote new products and services directly to a target audience
Help desk- use Twitter as a help desk and customer support platform


At Omacon we can set your business up with a Twitter account and provide detailed consultancy services on how your organisation can best use Twitter

We also provide graphic background design ideas and development from

Twitter campaign management* is available from 150/mth
*Remember that Twitter has the same potential drawbacks as Facebook in that it requires constant management to deflect and resolve negative feedback and minimise destructive campaigns from competitors

Identify a list of relevant groups for your business

Develop regular relevant Tweet content from reliable sources

Twitter is a social networking and microblogging service that allows you to send short text messages 140 characters in length, called "tweets", to your friends, or "followers."

The short format of the tweet is a defining characteristic of the service, allowing informal collaboration and quick information sharing that provides relief from rising email and IM fatigue. Twittering is also a less gated method of communication: you can share information with people that you wouldn't normally exchange email or IM messages with, opening up your circle of contacts to an ever-growing community of like-minded people.

Your tweets are displayed on your profile page, on the home page of each of your followers, and in the Twitter public timeline (unless you disable this in your account settings.)

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