How effective is twitter marketing?
Because I am in my 30s, I am a dinosaur when it come to social network marketing. I heard lots kids today easily get many hits using twitter and lots of business are now using it. The company I am working for is now consider using twitter marketing, but because we are oldies in our 30s and 40s, we don't know too much about it and is looking to outsource this job to other companies. But just one question, how effective is using twitter as a marketing tool. Can anybody tell me?
twitter is very effective. Many people think the success of Donald Trump's election status is because of his huge Twitter following for instance. It does take some time to build it up. Another person who has effectively used Twitter marketing is Kim Kardashian. If you use Twitter well it is a very powerful free tool.
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