Schedule Gary to Speak to Your Team

by Gary Loper on July 23, 2017

This past year I have been on a mission of collaboration, and part
of that plan is to reach as many people as I can to share the power in becoming Master of Your Twitterverse.  

To help you with your success in mastering the Twitterverse,
I welcome an invitation to your conference, speaking engagements, organizations, networking or meet up groups, and chamber events, or schedule me on your radio show.

Learn:

  • How to build your confidence and ease in the‘Twitterverse’.
  • My many strategies and tactics to becoming effective and successful.
  • How to engage, target your audience and attract potential customers to your offerings.
  • My specific guidelines that will dramatically drive customers to your website and shift your business to a level of success.

My presentation is developed for small businesses, speakers, coaches, healing arts practitioners, and MLMers, all of which are well aware that a large targeted and engaged audience is invaluable to the growth of their business.  With many of the changes on Facebook, they have made it difficult at best to access the community you assembled unless you pay.

Twitter has no limits and no filters, and when worked correctly can become a stream of endless prospects and raving fans.

There are several other motivational topics I can share with your team to help them all become even better and accomplish more in their lives and business.  Take a look at my menu of presentations.

Grab a spot on my calendar to schedule a time to chat about the possibilities and details.

 

 

Welcome Back! Here is Part 2, Keys 8 – 14.

Acknowledge the Source

Gary Loper's Keys for List  8. Acknowledge the Source ~ When you find a Tweet you would like to reuse many times, be sure to include the source of the Tweet – especially if it is someone else’s original thought.  It’s not necessary to continually give credit for a RT of someone else’s quote, but the source always should be mentioned. I’ve seen several people take my #JustForToday #Affirmation messages, and repost them without giving credit.

a. It is violation of Twitter’s Terms of Service
b. Completely misrepresenting yourself to your audience, and
c. Twitter Karma will be coming for you.

Gary Loper's Keys for ListFollowing back is not an obligation 9. Follow People Back ~
It is very important to check daily for new followers to your account.  There used to be apps that allowed us to automatically follow everyone who followed us.  No More (sad face).  My follow rule is very simple.  I follow everyone who follows me – until they give me a reason not to follow them anymore.  Following back is not an obligation.  It is completely your choice, but remember that everyone is the Gate-Keeper for everyone they know.  I have been surprised by people who I thought would never be a good person to engage with on Twitter. One person I am thinking about became a great RT-er of mine for a long time, and the tone of their messages changed with the positive influence of my messages.  Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover.

Gary Loper's Keys for List 10. Introduce Yourself to New Tweople ~ Please do not take this as a suggestion to set up an auto DM with a Welcome message that includes your pitch – yuck!  But, rather respond with an invitation to genuinely reach out with sincere appreciation for the follow and perhaps an offer to help them.

Gary Loper's Keys for List 11. Reach Out ~ Make it a goal to reach out and create a new conversation with three new people every day.  Take an interest in what they are doing, compliment them on their website, let them know you left a comment on their blog, share something that you may have in common after looking at their profile or site.

Gary Loper's Keys for List  The use of hashtags is growing and becoming an incredible way to find conversations about specific topics12. Hashtags ~ The use of #hashtags is growing and has become an incredible way to find conversations about specific topics.  Almost any term is already being tagged.
Go to the Twitter Search box and enter for example: #Leadership.  All the recent tweets containing that hashtag will be shown.  Scan the list for messages that resonate with you and make a comment, or RT to begin a possible conversation with someone who already has a common interest with you.

Gary Loper's Keys for List  13. Chats ~ Twitter Chats are mini communities that meet regularly to have a group conversation usually surrounding a theme of the day with several questions spaced out over an hour.  You can answer each question to join the chat.  Be sure to include the hashtag of the group, so others in that conversation will see your answers.

Gary Loper's Keys for List  14. Seek Out Your Mentors & Influencers ~
Twitter has been around for a while now and there are probably already several thought leaders in every niche imaginable.  Again, searching in Twitter will help you locate those people who already have an audience of people you share your interests, or may eventually be interested in what services you have to offer.  Engaging & RT-ing these leaders and the most active people in those conversations will help establish you as someone to take notice of – provided you’ve applied the other Keys in establishing your Twitter presence.

Learn How to Master the Twitterverse … INVEST in a Twitter Strategy Session! Find out more here.

Read Part 1 in this series.

 

 

 

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