How Can You Harness the Power of Twitter to Drive Your Business?

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Twitter has had a mixed reception, but it is undeniably popular. Find out how small and medium sized businesses can use Twitter to their advantage through our workshops.

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Friendly, informative, well structured. I leave this evening's meeting with a more thorough understanding of the process of "twittering".

Many business owners are questioning the value of Twitter. Most of the hype concerning Twitter centres around the celebrity feeds and multi level marketing. What many entrepreneurs don’t fully appreciate is the power of Twitter to market their businesses locally, nationally or internationally.

IRUN Business Intelligence in Monmouth, South Wales are running a series of workshops to help local businesses harness the power of Twitter to connect with their customers and prospects. The workshop starts with the basics of setting up accounts, getting followers, finding out who to follow and what to say. The workshop covers many of the tools you can use to improve your Twitter experience and minimise the amount of time you spend each day on Twitter.

The workshop lasts for about two hours and is being held at a number of locations across South Wales. The cost is GBP49.95 and the workshops generally begin at 5.00 pm to allow you to get a full day’s work in first. Feedback from previous workshops has been 100% positive.

Contact IRUN Monmouth - Monmouth@irunsolutions.co.uk

About IRUN Monmouth

IRUN Monmouth works with businesses, clubs and charities who want to maximise the potential of the internet and delivers a real return on their website investment.

Identify your ideal customers, find those ready to buy now and get them to contact you…

IRUN Business Intelligence have developed The Marketing System for Hospitality aimed at driving business to hotels, pubs and clubs. This has met with considerable success and you can read about it in the Oxford Times here.

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