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Twitter Interaction

Date: September 30, 2013 Author: William Lawson Category: Social Media Comments: 0

Well A short post on Twitter from me today, just trying out the follower of the week leaderboard courtesy of Toby from Leaderboarded.com

So what's the point? You need to realise that sending tweets out and hoping they are read and retweeted is not what social media is all about, you need to tweet people up and retweet their content. Would you spend much time talking to someone at a drinks party or networking event when they were trying to sell you something and not actually asking you questions or listening to you?

Thought not! So why would you broadcast "salesy rubbish" content without any interaction?

This would seem like a waste of time right? Just why we have teamed up with leaderboarded to offer our clients the opportunity to have their own weekly follower of the week leaderboard like the one below, give us a shout if you are interested...

Rank Change Name
1 (2) Gary Takacs
@gary_takacs
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4 (2) Neal Schaffer
@nealschaffer
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4 (2) Player X
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4 (2) Player X
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4 (2) Player X
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4 (2) Player X
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William Lawson is the CEO of GetWise Marketing, bringing fresh ideas to dental marketing...

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