How to Attract Clients via Twitter
Event on 2014-07-16 09:30:00
Are you wasting your time on Twitter?
Smart businesses know that they need to use Twitter to find new clients. Many businesses spend hours online trying to get lots of followers. Yet only a tiny proportion of those followers turn into clients. This workshop will share the secrets of attracting the right kind of followers: those interested in what you have to offer.
Stop wasting precious working hours. This workshop introduces you to proven tactics that will maximise your time on Twitter. It will show you what to say, and when to say it.
Designed for small and medium sized businesses, How to Attract Clients via Twitter covers the day-to-day basics as well as long-term strategy. Attendees will tweet during the morning, so bring your laptop, tablet device, or smartphone.
This half day training workshop will teach you a host of ways to attract clients via Twitter:
- How to create engaging tweets
- How to attract followers that buy
- Best/worst times to tweet
- Introduction to Content Marketing
- Power tips for Twitter users
- Twitter etiquette
- Attracting key influencers via Twitter
- How to come up with fresh ideas for your tweets
- Key Twitter mistakes to avoid
- Twitter time management
- How to make sure your tweets stand out
GUARANTEE: By the end of the workshop you'll have an Action Plan that you can use on Twitter right away.
This workshop is part of a series of training courses designed to meet the specific needs of small businesses and micro businesses. When referring to it online, please use the hashtag #smallbiztrain.
Led by Plymouth's best-known social media specialist, Ash Mashhadi, this highly interactive "hands on" session is custom-designed for small and medium sized businesses.
Who Should Attend?
- Anyone responsible for attracting clients to their business.
- Marketers looking for expert strategies to attract customers via Twitter.
- Anyone who wants to learn from an acknowledged Twitter expert.
- Businesses that have a tiny marketing budget.
There are a limited number of places available on this highly popular training workshop so you need to book now before it's too late.
Tea and coffee (and cakes!) provided. Ample parking is available at the venue (£2 for the whole day).
The Workshop is Led By:
Ash Mashhadi is Plymouth's most highly-regarded Social Media Specialist, and a popular and lively speaker. In a poll run by the Evening Herald this year, Ash was voted the most influential business social media user in Plymouth. He frequently trains small and medium-sized businesses to use social media to attract more clients. Ash is well known in Plymouth and is a leader in the local online b2b and b2c communities. Ash has appeared on BBC TV and Channel 5, as well as on BBC radio. He is often referred to as Plymouth's most connected business social media influencer.
Ash Mashhadi has been blogging for several years. He often guest blogs for websites around the world and has been a guest writer for a number of industry magazines.
This is what the Herald had to say about Ash Mashhadi:
"his tweets are not just popular, they have real influence."
Some Comments from Previous Workshops
"This workshop was perfect for enhancing my knowledge of social media" Gemma Selley, Viewhear Communications
"Helped me understand more about social media and the various platforms, plus reflect on where they may/may not fit into my business" Frances Marriott, Focus Oral Health CIC
"I loved the point: 'Become a resource and have a purpose'" Marc Rees, Lang & Co
"I thought I knew what I was doing on social media. Ash has taught me so much more" Andi Hill, Plymouth Rug Cleaning
"I found this very valuable because the focus was on strategy rather than mechanics" Peter Simmonds, Wikaniko
"Ash was a great inspiration to the group and we all learned something we can use in our business" Claire Troughton
"Very informative and relevant – as usual for Ash!" Steve Scott "Taught me to look at my business from the outside – how others see it. Very useful tips" Gabriella Battershill
"We felt we ought to be blogging – this convinced us. We would recommend anyone looking to use social media to go on this." Alan Jones, Whiz Kids
"I now have the tools and confidence to engage with our audiences online" Kate Foster, Plymouth Arts Centre
at City Business Park, Tamar Suite
Plymouth, United Kingdom