Twitter is a social media platform with over 126 million users. Since tweets are limited to 280 characters, the frequency of tweets is greater, meaning that your business has to fight harder to stay relevant.
Like any other marketing tool, Twitter should be used by people trained in social media marketing. Your brand can suffer irreparable damage from a misguided or badly-timed tweet.
Twitter Ads: Promoted Tweets
Promoted tweets are paid advertisements that Twitter places in front of your target audience based on their interests or location. Each ad supports a single tweet, and you can customize the audience of each individual ad. There are three different types of ads on Twitter: Promoted Tweets, Promoted Accounts, and Promoted Trends. They will be clearly marked with a “Promoted” icon. You can interact with most promoted content just like organic content.
How does Twitter decide who to put ads in front of?
If you follow, like, or retweet content on Twitter, including promoted content, Twitter will put ads in front of you based on those behaviors.
- Show you ads relating to accounts you like or follow, mention in a tweet, search for, view or otherwise interact with
- Use your IP address to determine your location and show you advertisements for local businesses
The Twitter Numbers Don’t Lie
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Hiring Ceemi Agency has been the best decision we've ever made."
Andrea Alfaro | Paralegal, Advanced Paralegal Services
"When it comes to sales approach, negotiation skills, and overall ability to understand a business and what is needed to increase revenue, Michael knows his stuff. From a consulting point of view, his strong sense of business will help directly and indirectly impact the bottom line numbers."
Eddie Sardinha | Owner, Lev Group