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To Tweet or Not to Tweet: Expert Tips about Using Social Media

Gary Vaynerchuk and other experts offer primers on using Twitter, Facebook, and other social media platforms.

By: Lisette Hilton | John H. Ostdick
Date: February 2010
Source: Success Magazine


The tools being trumpeted as paving the new road to riches—Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, blogging—depend on fundamentals common to most good business plans: People buy things from companies they like, trust, remember or that provide them with value. All this is happening in a new way as social media transforms how people make connections and do business. “We can be more intimate with our marketplace, customers and peers,” explains Mari Smith, president of the International Social Media Association. “Consumers are developing the expectation that companies are going to be more available and respond more quickly, that people are listening.”

But social media comprises just one piece of an overall marketing pie, say practitioners, who stress that it must be planned and executed well to be successful.

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