If you're on Twitter for business, you need to actually be doing business on Twitter. You need to be reaching customers, growing your brand and selling. But few people and businesses know how to use Twitter properly as a sales tool.
That's why we created Twitter Tune-up - a complete online guide to selling on Twitter.
Over seven clearly explained modules, you'll learn everything you need to turn Twitter into a powerful sales tool for your business - from completing your profile, planning your strategy and building your following, to writing tweets, using hashtags properly and automating your activity.
We even have an entire module devoted to selling on Twitter that teaches you the difference between overt and covert selling, how to find readymade buyers, how to use influencers to sell, and how to write sales tweets.
If you're serious about using Twitter for your business, there is no better course.
Twitter Tune-up is an online, self-paced course. As soon as you sign up you have access to all seven modules. You learn through a mix of exercises, videos, and printable worksheets, and if you have a question or get stuck, we're on hand to help. You also have lifelong access to the content, so you can refer back to it whenever you need.
In Twitter Tune-up we teach you the system we developed and use today. It's grown our following to over 40,000, given us over 170,000 hits to our website, got us national media coverage and helped us sell places on our courses. And we still only spend half an hour a day on Twitter.
The businesses who have used Twitter Tune-up have also quickly seen impressive results from using our system.
Each lesson is jam-packed with great ideas on how to improve
The change to our Twitter followers and feed is amazing
I achieved coverage on a national TV evening news programme
I am VERY happy with those numbers
We increased our followers by 60% in two weeks
Twitter Tune up has already been of great use
Very useful, especially for a complete Twitter Virgin like me!
The course completely refined my view of Twitter
Many startups, freelancers and small businesses assume that the only way to get great results from Twitter is to pay for a professional social media manager to run your account. And while they certainly can help you achieve the results you want, they come at a price.
In the UK, social media plans with a qualified social media manager start at £299 a month. That’s £3,588 a year. Every year.
If you're not yet in a position to invest that much in social media, you need to learn how to get proper results from Twitter yourself. And the cheapest and quickest way to do that is to use Twitter Tune-up.
And not only will we save you £3,588 a year, but we'll stop you wasting valuable time and opportunities by getting Twitter wrong. In just a few hours you'll understand exactly how you should be using Twitter to find customers and sell. And you'll be using it with confidence, spending as little as half an hour a day on it - leaving you free to focus on running your business.
- Welcome to Twitter Tune-up!
- How Twitter Tune-up works
- Printable: Your course checklist
- How to choose the right username
- How to choose the right profile picture and header
- How to write your profile copy and choose the right settings
- Video class: A quick look at some good Twitter profiles
- Work out why you're on Twitter - how it can benefit your business
- Set your Twitter goal
- Identify who you need to connect with on Twitter
- Video class: How to research your competition
- How to work out your follow strategy
- How to find the right accounts to follow and engage with using Followerwonk
- Why you need an unfollow strategy too
- How to unfollow people on Twitter using Crowdfire
- How to work out your engagement strategy
- Video class: A quick trick to find your ideal followers
- Video class: How to handle complaints and troublemakers on Twitter
- Why you never want to start an argument on Twitter!
- How to write tweets that will boost your engagement
- What should you tweet - and how often?
- Who, what and when should you retweet?
- What time of day should you tweet?