Twitter Ask the Expert Call | Scott Gombar

By July 7, 2014Twitter

I was featured on the Small Business CT Ask The Expert Call on June 17th, 2014.  We discussed using Twitter as a tool to market your business.  Some of the questions asked included how to use hash-tags, how to target very specific demographics and twitter etiquette.  The call was uploaded to YouTube for your listening pleasure.  Feel free to chime in and if you need help with Twitter or any Social Media let me know!

Key Take Aways:

  • Twitter should not be used for sales pitches exclusively.  Use the 80:20 rule at the very least
  • Be conversational and courteous
  • Don’t over do the hash-tags, make them part of the conversation
  • Tips on including others and Twitter etiquette
  • Rules for following and direct messaging
  • How to have more than 140 characters, also discussed in this blog post
  • Properly setting up your profile

So have a listen and let me know what you think!

Download the mp3 of the Twitter Marketing Ask the Expert Call with Scott Gombar

Scott Gombar (122 Posts)

Scott Gombar has spent over 20 years in the technology world. At the turn of the millenium he was the owner of a company that promoted and managed local musicians & artists. He often found himself creating websites and online profiles for the artists to help promote them and their performances. After leaving the music industry he worked several years in different industries where he would contribute to those company’s web presence. He also coached many people on internet assets and related topics. For seven years Scott owned and ran TechsRUs; a technology support company. No matter how many times he tried to focus on the IT side of the business he was continually pulled to helping others with their websites and social media marketing. He also learned through trial and error how to market TechsRUs using the internet, and became quite good at it. Through all his attempts he gave TechsRUs the look and feel of a large corporate IT Support company while maintaining the mentality of a local small business.

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