The dust has settled after the announcements from Google, Bing, Twitter and Facebook last week. But the excitement hasn’t worn off.
I am seeing a lot of analysis from SEO Firms as people try to sort out how this will play out. The advice I gave in that very first email is pretty much what other people are coming up with. To recap:
1. Get tweeting now, so you can start to build some history before the deal kicks in.
2. Tweet often and use keywords well (but never spam or bombard people with keyword stuffed text)
3. Include links in your tweets
4. Don’t feed your tweets and Facebook status messages to each other anymore, go unique on each.
The first point above is the most important – if you aren’t on Twitter you need to be
. If you are already on Twitter, make sure you know what you are doing and make sure you are tweeting effectively.
I am happy to tell you that my Twitter training program has launched. It is a series of 5 videos and a Guide to walk you through everything you need to know to succeed on Twitter.
Take a look at the details now…
Now get tweeting!
Director of Marketing
“Thank you for the program. There was good advice about the ratio of followers and how many people you might be following. The part I really liked was the video on TweetScan to find new followers, and finding leaders in the area or niche.” – James Mahoney, Kitchen and Bathroom Designs