Twitter Hashtags Can Help Draw Traffic towards Your Business Website

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Using Twitter hashtags can draw a lot of traffic to your website

If you have been using Twitter for popularizing your business, then you must have noticed hash (#) tags being attached to certain keywords in a number of posts. Apart from allowing these keywords to be properly crawled by search engines, proper usage of hashtags can also draw targeted traffic towards your business website, thereby allowing you to potentially find new customers/ clients.

Sounds fascinating, doesn’t it? In fact, it is even easier than it sounds. Simply add some hashtags related to your business anywhere within the messages you post on Twitter, and you can see that your posts are being indexed for high speed searching, and are also appearing on Google real time search a lot more than ever before.

Need to know more before you can think of using this tactic in your social media marketing campaigns? Check out this link.

Joe Soto

Joe Soto

Joe Soto is the CEO of One Social Media. A leading expert in social media marketing, Joe has over 16 years of experience in all aspects of sales, marketing, online lead generation, and Internet marketing.

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Twitter: The most misunderstood social media tool for small businesses

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Even though 25 to 30 million people registered for Twitter between late 2009 and early 2010 (and company projections estimate 1 billion users by 2013), Twitter remains one of the most misunderstood social media tool for small business owners.
Avoiding Twitter could cost you money if you don’t take advantage of it.  Too bold of a statement?
Think about it, at some point there was  a time that the idea of the internet seemed very foreign to you. There was even a time when the idea suggesting every home could have a personal computer seemed impossible. But now the business community at large can’t imagine being able to conduct business without the internet or a computer.
With that said, admittedly Twitter may not be right for every business, but there is a way it can work for most.
One of the misperceptions is Twitter is only useful if you have a national or worldwide product or service. The fact is, local businesses can connect to local followers on Twitter and build a local following.

Here are some quick Twitter tips and resources for you:

Click here for an article on 16 Twitter Tips for Small Businesses
Click here to see a video on how NYC street vendors are using Twitter
Here is a video that explains “Twitter in Plain English:”

Joe Soto

Joe Soto

Joe Soto is the CEO of One Social Media. A leading expert in social media marketing, Joe has over 16 years of experience in all aspects of sales, marketing, online lead generation, and Internet marketing.

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