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Is Twitter Part Of Your Social Media Mix?

Canon TwitterCan I pinpoint a single direct sale to Twitter? NO! Do I still find value in Twitter? Yes!

The tweet above from Canon USA Imaging is just one of several times that I have been able to get in front of brands like Canon. Even if I cannot pinpoint a single sale to Twitter, I firmly believe that tweets from big brands along with likes and retweets cannot be harming my social media presence.

Twitter can be a little frustrating if you are not familiar with the platform. However, I've personally found it far better to reach big brands than Facebook.

Whether you have 50, 500, 5,000 or 50,000+ followers on Twitter, it's about the quality of connections and interactions that matter not the fact that you have a big following and nothing else is happening. It's true that numbers may solve some problems because you'll have a broader audience. However, is the audience that follows you an active, captive audience or a bunch of fake or dormant accounts?

Although I do like Twitter, if I were knew to Twitter, I wouldn't make it my top priority when it comes to social media. But if you have the time to stay active on Twitter, I think it should be in your social media mix provided that you are already solid in other areas like a complete LinkedIn profile, regular updates on LinkedIn and regularly active on Facebook because I believe both of those to be better than Twitter for the average user.

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Here's a long read on LinkedIn about Twitter from a friend of mine who is also an Award Winning Author: Check Out What Jay Izso Has To Say!

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David Williams

About The Author: David Williams is a professional still photographer and videographer focusing on corporate and commercial work. His love for still photography began in 1982 while still in High School. David started making money at photography in 1982. David and his wife Brenda started working together in photography in 1988 when they met and were married in 1989. Brenda is the photo editor for the business. David and Brenda have two daughters in their 20's. Please be sure to get a quote for services if needed: our goal is to respond as promptly as possible. You may also call David direct at 919.628.2902. You may share this content using the larger social icons above this bio section. You may find David on various social platforms by clicking the smaller icons to the left of this paragraph under David's headshot. Please visit our home page as well.

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