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Top Ten Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Small Business Blog Using Twitter

April 9, 2010 by Blair Stover

Twitter is a social networking site that can be utilized to promote your personal or business blogs. This can be done quickly and easily and youll be surprised how much traffic you can drive to your site in no time at all. But for those who have no idea how to use Twitter, this powerful tool can be puzzling. However, with the right knowledge, this micro-blogging site can be used to direct traffic to your business website.

After setting up your Twitter account, the first thing to do is change your default logo. This is necessary so your business will have a face. Having a recognizable logo or brand on your page will allow people to know what business you’re in and the types of services you offer.  Use a logo that represents your style. Remember that you have to attract people and one of the easiest ways to do this is to have a nice logo.

Whether you like it not, many people will judge you by your logo or picture.  A good logo or picture can help build trustworthy relationships with prospective clients. People will trust you more if they know theyre dealing with someone professional. Your logo or picture should convey that message.

The next step is to create a meaningful message on your profile settings. Twitter allows you to describe yourself in 160 characters. Make the most of that short profile by describing who you are and your business. Be direct to the point and provide a link to your small business blog or website.

Sadly, a lot of small business owners forget to fill in their profiles properly. Worse, some even skip this step! Be someone people can trust.  Lastly, make sure you are updating your page with timely, interesting tweets.

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