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Get Rich With Twitter : Harness the Power of the Twitterverse and Reach More Customers Than Ever Before (Paperback)

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Master today''s most powerful marketing toolfor instant customer engagement!

Today''s customers have no patience for a long-winded marketing pitch. What they wantis useful and engaging information--in 140 characters or less. The most successfulcampaigns these days are short, sweet, and right to the point.

"Get Rich with Twitter" reveals the secrets of using the most popular and fastest-growingmicroblogging tool to reach customers more effectively than ever before--at a fraction ofthe cost to you. Learn how to: Establish a solid foothold in the TwitterverseBuild a following of loyal, active customersCraft engaging and effective messages (tweets)Monitor all Twitter activity concerning your businessDevelop a sure-fire viral marketing campaign

You don''t need to do a big song and dance to get customers interested in your product.Simply give them a tweet. They''ll hear you loud and clear.


Publisher McGraw-Hill
Mfg Part# 9780071638449
SKU 211534168
Format Paperback
ISBN10 007163844X
Release Date 4/1/2010
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0245
Publisher McGraw-Hill
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