6 Twitter Tips
The Power of the Conversational Tweet
You have a choice to have either open or closed tweets. My tweets are open and therefore public. This allows total transparency to messages. Anyone can jump in to join the conversation. It means I need to be responsible and authentic about what I share. I take this very seriously. I share my opinions (respectfully), quotes and status. The value of being transparent is that it attracts others who share your perspectives and allows an opportunity to open a door.
What is intriguing with this example is that we were both multi-tasking. Listening to the webcast and listening/reading our tweets. Listening is such an important part of communication. By listening and observing, you will find others who not only share your thinking, but you will also find your audience. This was certainly the case with this incidence- we both enjoyed this particular webcast and Lacey was part of my audience in December when I presented.
Listening leads to an opportunity to engage in conversation. It helps to connect the dots.
Engagement leads to opportunities to share each others experience and thereby driving a more meaningful conversation. As shared in my previous post (S is for Social in Social in Social Media), sharing is key part of being social.
5. Relationship Building
Experiential exchange is a valuable act towards relationship building
6. Bridging Conversations
With the high utilization of Twitter, it is a great vehicle for connecting conversations from one platform to another- keeping conversations alive. It also highlights the importance of being consistent with your message and what you stand for across all your social platforms or sites. Now I finish where I began….. this demonstrates the importance of not only being consistent with your information and brand but also the need to be transparent with your information and brand.
Now there are some conversations you really don’t have to tweet- in fact this one in particular is best done using traditional means! The act of taking with your vocal cords.
Share this post to continue the conversation! I hear Twitter works well.
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