The School of Internet Marketing Releases Twitter for Non-Techies: How to Attract Customers with Twitter in Minutes a Day

Book co-authored by James Martell and Stephanie Lichtenstein teaches business owners how to increase revenue using twitter.

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Twitter is much more than just a social media avenue, it’s a way for a small business owner to build relationships, attract customers and increase sales.

Vancouver, British Columbia (PRWEB) July 05, 2013

Twitter has become an invaluable source for information. According to jobstock.com, there are 500 million Twitter users and 340 million tweets per day. Twitter is much more than just a social media avenue, it’s a way for a small business owner to build relationships, attract customers and increase sales. Unfortunately, many small business owners have no idea how to use Twitter and do not even have a Twitter account for their business.

The School of Internet Marketing has released Twitter for Non-Techies: How to Attract Customers with Twitter in Minutes a Day. The book is co-authored by James Martell, VP of Business Development at The School of Internet Marketing and Stephanie Lichtenstein, instructor at The School of Internet Marketing. The book, which includes a one-hour companion audio, provides invaluable lessons for attracting prospects and customers for businesses of all sizes. Readers receive an education on how to:

  • Set-up a Twitter Account
  • Create a Better Twitter Name
  • Organize a Publishing Schedule
  • Get More Retweets
  • Automate Tweets
  • Attract Loyal Followers
  • Delegate Staff to Do the Work
  • Optimize Bio to Gain More Followers
  • Use Hashtags to Increase Exposure
  • Build Corporate Brand
  • Craft More Compelling Tweets
  • And much more!

"Twitter is one of the top ten most visited websites on the Internet," said James Martell, VP of Business Development at The School of Internet Marketing. "Business owners can reach a multitude of potential customers with Twitter. According to Twitter, 70% of engagement with a brand’s tweets are re-tweets, 22% of engagement of a brand's tweets are replies and 92% of engagement with a brand’s tweets are link clicks. Everything a small business owner needs in order to find success with Twitter is right in this book. Get a Twitter 'degree' without breaking the bank paying high tuition."

Twitter for Non-Techies: How to Attract Customers with Twitter in Minutes a Day is available on Amazon: http://amzn.com/0991690540.

Paperback - $9.95
Kindle - $2.45

About James Martell

James Martell is a self-taught Internet pioneer who discovered the lucrative world of the Internet in 1999. He is a sought after speaker at industry events and is a leading expert in affiliate marketing, SEO and outsourcing. James is the VP of Business Development and a lead instructor at The School of Internet Marketing. Visit http://www.theschoolofinternetmarketing.com/james-martell/ for more information.

About Stephanie Lichtenstein

Stephanie Lichtenstein is President and Founder of Micro Media Marketing and has worked with Internet Retailer Top 500 and Fortune 500 companies and is a public speaker at national conferences such as Affiliate Summit, Affiliate Marketing Days and PubCon.She loves teaching others about social media because of the ways it can help their business grow. Stephanie is also a social media instructor at The School of Internet Marketing. Visit http://www.theschoolofinternetmarketing.com/instructors/stephanie-lichtenstein/ for more information.

About The School of Internet Marketing

The School of Internet Marketing allows business owners to take control of their web presence in order to develop new leads and customers. The School works to empower business owners with the understanding that a little education can go a long way. It offers a variety of 100% web-based courses for small business owners wanting to learn how to market their business online for just $47 per month. Visit http://www.theschoolofinternetmarketing.com for more information.

Contacts:
James Martell, VP Business Development
Clearbrook Web Services, Inc./ The School of Internet Marketing
Phone: (604) 535-6352
Email: james(at)theschoolofinternetmarketing(dot)com


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