Many people think Twitter as just a huge place to hangout. Thought that was my first impression as well. People came and left as they liked. They contributed their thoughts, shared whatever they were up to and were gone.
When I thought that way, I never imagined that Twitter could be a fantastic platform to market products, services and information. Think of how a billboard would look at a cocktail party. Or
people holding up attention catching signs that promoted something. These activities would look and feel absolutely out of place in that venue. But when you think about it, marketing happens all the time at such social events. And in those moments, organic marketing is taking place.
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