Twitter is an excellent way to make money, and making money on Twitter requires using Twitter memes to its full potential. Why? Because there are millions of people using Twitter and you can use memes to increase your Twitter exposure in a highly effective way.
So how do you make money on Twitter? Well, the best way is to use Twitter’s search engine to find potential customers. You can also make money with your Twitter account by using Twitter’s built-in advertising platform. And that brings us to our next point…
The real secret to making money on Twitter is to think outside the box – no matter what your business is, you can often find a way to build a list of customers without paying for it, without spending any money on advertising or without having to go out and find customers. Here’s how:
Use Twitter as an affiliate marketing tool. Although this is not a “make money” strategy, it does work for most businesses. Create an account, build a list of customers, send them a free report that gives them all the information they need to start a home business. You can also create a blog where you tell people what it’s like to own a home-based business, and you can send them a newsletter about the latest “make money on Twitter” methods.
Email lists. Email lists are another great way to quickly build a list of customers, because you can reach the email address of the individual subscriber directly, which will let you quickly reach people who have expressed an interest in your product. They’re also great if you’re not currently selling anything – you can simply find someone who needs a service and tell them about it.
Newsletter subscriptions. If you write good content that is interesting to your readers, they’re going to be interested in your company’s products and services. Sothis strategy can really help you build a list quickly.
Build your own website. Although this one is difficult, if you build a blog (and most people enjoy reading blogs these days), you can easily get started with it. Or you can create your own site where you put your personal stuff, as well as information about your products and services. This is a good way to “impress” potential customers who already know about your products and also gives you the chance to get to know your potential customers better and expand your customer base as well.
Blogroll, also known as “prospecting”. By making a list of the types of blogs/websites that people go to when they search for keywords, you can literally send them a list of the hottest, most interesting articles on the net, which will make them read your posts and hopefully become customers.
Articles. Write articles about your industry, your product, your company and anything else you can think of that has to do with your industry. The more you write about your industry, the more people will be interested in your products and services, and it will create an interest in your company to the general public.
Use social media networks. Many social networking sites allow you to add a button that links back to your main site, so you can begin to connect directly with your potential customers, and provide them with useful information about your products and services.
Combine all of these strategies, and you’ll find that you’ll be able to tap into all of the potential customers that are looking for the kind of information that you can offer, and that you can then help them to get – whether they’re interested in your products or not. And these people can become customers for life!
Making money on Twitter does not require you to spend a dime – but it does require you to develop your persona and your voice. Do not spend your time doing things that just aren’t working – remember that the purpose of Twitter is to connect with other people, so you need to let people know what it is that you do.