Twitter is the coolest social media tool. Those who do not use it are perhaps living in the Stone Age! It started as a SMS service (Short Message Service), and now grown viral to become one of the most used communication platform for all walks of life. This 140-character micro-blogging platform was formed in 2006, now has over 500 million users. Its popularity can also be judged by that fact that despite a banned in China, Twitter users have grown to over 35 million earlier this year. Three large markets for Twitter are now China, India with over 33 million users and the US with around 30 million users.
These are three largest markets – Can anyone ignore this fact that large numbers of social communities are now using Twitter as a tool to share, communicate and market? Most influential politicians, journalists, opinion formers and celebrities tweet and engage communities in discussions.
Having said this, for new users Twitter is still quite vanilla flavored. They generally struggle in understanding how to use it and what to expect from this tool. Following are 10 Cool Twitter Tips for non active and new users;
How do you find your next big idea? Lack of response to this one of the key question that keeps potential entrepreneurs away from entering into entrepreneurial career – They need mentors!
Follow Mixergy, initiated and managed by Andrew Warnerwho interviews successful entrepreneurs, ask insightful questions about success factors as well as failures, challenges they faced and advice for the new generation of aspiring entrepreneurs
Mixergy is an interesting online resources for anyone who wants to learn from the professionals themselves; Andrew Warner also conducts live events with the same theme and offers online courses taught by experienced experts for the premium members of his website. These courses cover a wide variety of topics dealing with the planning, technical and social aspects of running a business.
This undoubtedly is the #SocialEra – ever increasing number of social media platforms are catering to unpredictable demands from social media users. With so many options to connect and communicate with communities and self-taught nature of social media, both social media users and companies that own social media platforms face numerous challenges.
In her interview with Forbes she talks about large number of people still following traditional way of doing business. Coming to work every day, sending emails etc. She argues that in the modern SocialEra, people should be thinking more creatively and working more innovatively.