What is Twitter and Why Should I Care?

by on January 18, 2012

If you’ve heard of it but not tried it before, let me quickly fill you in.

Twitter’s a free service that allows its users to send and read messages known as “tweets”. A tweet has to be short – no more than 140 characters – and you can send them to people who choose to follow your updates.

Twitter’s known as a “social networking service” but we prefer to call it an “information network”.

If you have interesting info, people are going to want to subscribe to your updates and find out more.

“Imagine Firing Out a Tweet With An Affiliate Link To 102,000 Targeted People…

Within Seconds 23,000 People Read It And 11,000 People Click The Link…

Imagine Doing That Several Times A Day, Every Day…”

The most important thing to take on board is that Twitter is FREE and sending a Tweet is EASY And INSTANT.

So you can fire out a free message to thousands of people who can read it instantly.

For years, we’ve racked up costs on Google Adwords, Google Adsense and websites. We fell for that old saying: you’ve gotta spend money to make money.

It’s simply not true.

If you’ve used any of these methods, you’ve probably noticed that they’re getting more and more expensive.

Those marketers who continue to use them are frittering away their hard earned cash in seconds. It’s a dog-eat-dog environment, and it’s so saturated that it’s hard to make anything at all, anymore.

I’m sorry if you use these methods but you need to understand this: costs are high. The market is saturated. The only pockets you’re lining are those of the corporate fat cats.

With Twitter we’ve found ways to get HUGE volumes of 100% free and targeted traffic.

By “traffic”, I mean anyone who’s browsing the net. We then use that massive traffic for the purposes of promoting our products and services.


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