Social Marketing With Twitter and TwitterFeed

Are you “twittering” your sites to let the world know about what you’re doing online? If not, you’re missing out on something big – that’s getting even bigger as far as social marketing and free traffic is concerned.

If you’re not familiar with Twitter, it’s what is known as a micro blogging system that lets you announce what you’re doing to your followers at any time you feel like announcing it. It’s a simple way for your “friends” to follow what you’re doing – and vice versa.

If you’re into any sort of niche marketing – either as an affiliate or promoting your own product – Twitter is a great way to spread the word about your niche web site. It allows you to connect with other people very easily – if people like what they read on your twitter page, they can “follow” you, which means they will be notified every time you update your Twitter page. Your followers are your subscribers.

An now there’s a new twitter tool called Twitterfeed.com. It lets you connect your blog (or blogs if you have several) direct to your twitter page. So every time you update your blog, an update is automatically posted to your twitter page, which is ultimately sent to the twitter pages of all your followers.

So the way it works it means you get extra leverage for your blog, by automatically having the content posted to yours and your followers twitter pages – social networking on autopilot.

If you don’t already have a Twitter account you can sign up at Twitter.com – and you can register for twitter feed at Twitterfeed.com.

It’s a great way to spread the word about your blogs/products, and is totally free.

3 thoughts on “Social Marketing With Twitter and TwitterFeed

  1. javalizard

    You should also check out http://twibler.com. It’s like twitterfeed but for your eBay items. It’ll automatically post your eBay items to your twitter account. It’s great for eBay marketers.

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