Tips on Growing your business.
Rachel Foster on B2C posts a great article about the seven keys to a successful retweet. The main point holds that the purpose of retweeting is to build your audience with a secondary purpose being served to interact with the relevant community. Foster’s post outlines both an introduction to retweets and the best (advanced) structure for a retweet here.
In addition to structure, the best retweets will be when cross pollinating across industries/topics.
Be multidisciplinary. If your followers/audience is predominately drawn from one particular industry, for example,
a) expand your audience to those outside of the industry (otherwise, your work will generally […]
The primary goal of Twitter (as it relates to most brands, websites, and products) is to increase reach.
Reach of your twitter account
Reach of your blog/website
1. Build community
2. Increase authority
Remembering that reach is the ultimate goal will help as you tweet each and every time.
As such, these five tools will help to meet that goal.
Hashtags (#). Hashtags indicate a topic. When someone is searching for a topic on twitter, they often use a hashtag to find it. “#twitter” means that the tweet is about “twitter”. . .The word “twitter” without a hashtag may mean that the post is […]
Menu: Why T.G.C.?
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5 Reasons to Let T.G.C. lead your Growth.
The most important reason to consider T.G.C. is because Growth can begin immediately.
T.G.C. looks at dozens of Growth Points in your company, from Search Engine Optimization, Employee Strengths, Management Structure, Current Advertising, Current “Buzz” about your company, The Genetic Code of the company, and much more. We overlay your Growth Points on top of a working model of companies in your industry and provide feedback of 3 – 10 growth areas in the first 10 days.
The second reason for letting us lead is the depth of our […]
We all need help with Time Management. Time waits for no one.
We can all learn from books like “4 Hour Work Week” by Tim Ferriss and “Today Matters” by Dr. John Maxwell. These may be the 2 greatest books I’ve ever read on the subject.
I recently came across an article in inc.com that asked 15 “highly productive” c.e.o.’s to define EXACTLY how they go about their day. They provided great input on how they get so much done on the same precious 24 hours that we all have. Each of their techniques were COMPLETELY different in how they went about […]