Twitter Advertising 101: A Beginner’s Guide to the New Twitter Ads Program
We all KNEW it was coming. At last, Twitter, one of the hottest social media sites, has started to allow advertising within their network.
If you are a small business owner who wants to get the jump on the competition and learn how to use this new ad network to gain more followers and promote your top tweets, this fully-illustrated guide will teach you how to get started quickly and easily.
If you are a marketer who wants to master the new ad network, this step-by-step guide will show you how to begin. You will also learn how to integrate it into your existing online marketing and social media campaigns and what key elements can help you create highly converting Twitter ads to drive traffic, build brand and create customer loyalty.
Social media is here to stay and Twitter is one of the top ten websites on the Internet. Social media marketing is booming. Twitter ads are now another way to make the most of social media to find more customers interested in all you and your business have to offer. Download this guide now to learn how to get started with Twitter ads to drive traffic, gain more followers, go viral and build your brand to take your business to the next level.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WHAT’S IN THIS GUIDE
CHAPTER 1: GETTING STARTED
CHAPTER 2: READING YOUR REPORTS AND TRACKING YOUR PROGRESS
CHAPTER 3: TWITTER ADS BEST PRACTICES
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Thomas Michaels has worked in the technology departments of some of the world’s leading Fortune 500 corporations. His main interests are how to make cutting-edge technology accessible to small businesses and how to stay ahead of the curve with the ever-increasing speed of change in the ecommerce, mobile and social media worlds. He is a frequent contributor to InsiderSecretsCorp.com on key topics related to technology, business and finance. He is fascinated with Google’s many products and his mission is to keep an eye on their latest trends.
Martin Warner has been marketing online for about five years for several top health and finance companies. He is especially interested in the social networks, particularly Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, and how small businesses can make the most of these growing media giants to increase their revenues and save time and effort marketing effectively. He is a frequent contributor to InsiderSecretsCorp.com and in his spare time, he also loves to keep an eye on the latest mobile marketing trends.