Is Twitter Really a Highly Effective Business Tool? Twitter Experts Chris Voss & Jay Aaron Tackle the Tough Questions Live

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Twitter is the hottest Internet topic today. Is it just a waste of time, or is it a highly effective business tool that can help your business learn more about your industry or community, find prospects, better serve existing clients and customers, and increase your profits? Discover the answer on a live and recorded teleseminar from Social Media expert Chris Voss and business strategist Jay Aaron.

Social Media Expert Chris Voss and business strategist Jay Aaron host a live teleseminar on October 14, 2009 that dives into the thick of the latest online phenomenon: Twitter.

They invite the public to attend, and participate by asking questions about how to use Twitter as a highly effective tool to increase the profits in your online or offline business here: http://AskTwitter.net There is no cost to participate.

"Twitter is certainly a "hot" topic today. Whether it's Ashton Kutcher using it to raise money or regular citizens "Tweeting" about breaking political news or weather-related disasters around the globe, Twitter has fast become one of the most talked-about phenomena around the water cooler and dinner table, and in the news," says business strategist Jay Aaron

Much of the talk is about Twitter being just a waste of time. But is it?

Chris Voss (with more than 80,0000 Twitter "followers") is "the Twitter and Social Media Expert that other experts call for help." He's CEO of Strategix One Consulting, providing consulting services for business, sales, motivation, training, start-ups and Social Media. Chris is also a highly sought-after speaker and the host of "The Chris Voss Show."

Called a "Visionary Strategist" by colleagues and clients, Jay Aaron created the "Success Mastery" (TM) System and served for more than 30 years as a consultant and coach to entrepreneurs, small businesses and non-profit organizations. He recently created "Twitter Central dot NET," an inter-connected network of Twitter-related Web sites, along with several training and support programs for helping businesses use Twitter successfully.

Together, Chris Voss and Jay Aaron will answer listeners' most burning questions about Twitter and how to use it to increase their bottom line during a live teleseminar conference call on Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at 6:00 PM Pacific / 9:00 PM Eastern. Free registration is at http://AskTwitter.net - where anyone can also submit questions in advance of the call.

The majority of Twitter users answer the "Twitter Question" ("What are you doing?") quite literally, resulting in a spew of 140-or-fewer-character messages that reveal details of their mundane lives such as what they just had for lunch or what movie they are about to go and see. This gives the impression that Twitter is just an obnoxious mob scene with no intrinsic value at all. But is Twitter really just a colossal waste of time? Or is there much more to it?

For the savvy business person, these millions of Tweets are a treasure trove of information that can be culled to learn about current "hot" topics, research trends, find out what obstacles people are experiencing for which they are looking for help, learn more about your own geographic community, and much more.

Businesses are also using Twitter to expand and improve the quality and speed of their customer service. If you're a business owner, or manager and you're not on Twitter, you might be surprised at what your customers are saying about you! Businesses can also engage new prospects, locate potential joint venture and marketing partners, and even "spy" on and learn from their competitors.

It's easy to get started learning to use Twitter as a highly effective tool in harmony with an existing online or offline business purpose and vision, resulting in increased profits.

Looking for more? Then be sure to join the discussion by asking your questions at http://AskTwitter.net and then join Twitter experts and business consultants Chris Voss and Jay Aaron for their upcoming live Q&A session on Wednesday October 14, 2009 at 6:00 PM Pacific / 9:00 Eastern.

Even if you are unable to attend the live call, feel free to go over and ask your question and get registered anyway, because all registrants will be given access to the audio recording after the call.

About "TwitterCentral dot Net": Twitter Central dot NET (located at http://TwitterCentral.net) is the "hub for all things Twitter on the 'Net." The network includes "Ask Twitter dot NET" (featuring twice-monthly live Q&A TeleSessions with Twitter and business strategy experts at http://AskTwitter.net) and the "Twitter Business Strategies" training and support program. TwitterCentral.net and its associated programs and Web sites are a project of Visionary Enterprises, Inc., and are not affiliated with, sponsored, or endorsed by Twitter, Inc., the people who bring you the amazing Twitter service.

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