5 Minute Twitter Strategy for Small Business
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Twitter takes a lot of time! How can we find time to do Twitter marketing, so that it is effective and focus on running a successful business?
The Mission Control 5 Minute Twitter Strategy takes the small business owner's time and need for ROI into account. We know that you and your staff most likely do not have the time it takes to manage a Twitter account effectively. Our 5 Minute Twitter Strategy course is what you need to produce a productive and winning strategy.
Twitter requires attention. Twitter requires engagement. Twitter requires time.
In this course, we will show you the platforms you need to simplify it all!
A good Twitter strategy is 80% sharing and 20% promotion. We will show you how to data mine for those 80% sharing Tweets and how to automate them.
We have removed the painstaking tasks and replaced them with simplified methods that make managing your Twitter marketing easier and more effective.
If you have never taken a course, had a Twitter strategy, or are looking for a more effective method... STOP LOOKING.
This method has helped our clients achieve:
Our clients are not celebrities. They are small business owners and entrepreneurs.
This course puts all the work upfront, so that when you finish you are on your way to a successful 5 Minute Strategy.
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|Section 1: Start Here|
Other Items You Will Need!
|Section 2: Framework for Strategy|
Framework for SuccessPreview
Need to learn how to sign up for a Twitter account?
|Section 3: Schedule|
Create the Schedule
|Section 4: Automation|
|Section 5: Putting it into Action|
(Reference Framework for Strategy video)
Tweet Types Notebook
Tweet Sources Notebook
Tweet Hashtags Notebook
Tweet Inspiration Notebook
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Growing up on Florida’s space coast, during the height of NASA’s space shuttle program, Colby dreamed of becoming an Astronaut. When he found out that the best path to the program was through the Air Force, he moved to California and became a part of the new frontier, the Internet.
A diverse expert in digital technologies and methods, for nearly 20 years, Colby worked at the forefront of joining the relationship between traditional media and new media (web-based media). He helped reshaped strategies for Fortune 500 companies like Sprint, Gatorade, Pepsi, FOX TV Studios, MTV, and Toyota.
Colby developed film, television, and new media content for several Hollywood Studios and Production Companies. He worked on films with Joel Silver, Paul Thomas Anderson, Adam Sandler, Sam Raimi, and Stan Lee. His digital projects have included partnerships with the UN Millennium Project, Sony Pictures International, and National Geographic.
In 2009, he left entertainment behind to help small business owners join the new frontier, the web. Colby’s clients included: artisans, authors, high-end automotive repair, interior designers, service companies, speakers, and locally driven brick-and-mortar stores.
Over the last several years, he walked small business owners, entrepreneurs, and marketers through the evolving landscape of digital media and digital marketing. Colby tested several courses on udemy and earned recognition for his efforts.
From all of us here at udemy, thank you for being such an amazing instructor! We’ve been continually impressed by your expertise and inspired by your passion for teaching the world.
– Love, the udemy Instructor Team
He is making a piece of his childhood dream a reality, by piloting, Market Style Media's Mission Control, a coaching platform for small business owners at all stages of growth and knowledge. Delivered in easily consumable bites.
He studied Entrepreneurship and Marketing through the MIT Sloan School of Management OCW Project.